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Crown Point, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Weather :: 28C Mostly clear

mostly clearMostly clear 28°C

Humidity:
74%
Wind Speed:
24 KMH
Wind Direction:
E (090°)
Barometer:
1015 mb
Dewpoint:
23°C
Heat Index:
31°C
Wind Chill:
28°C
Visibility:
11 km
Crown Point, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Weather :: 27C Partly cloudy

partly cloudyPartly cloudy 27°C

Humidity:
74%
Wind Speed:
23 KMH
Wind Direction:
ESE (110°)
Barometer:
1014 mb
Dewpoint:
22°C
Heat Index:
29°C
Wind Chill:
27°C
Visibility:
11 km
Crown Point, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Weather :: 26C Mostly cloudy

mostly cloudyMostly cloudy 26°C

Humidity:
78%
Wind Speed:
21 KMH
Wind Direction:
E (100°)
Barometer:
1014 mb
Dewpoint:
22°C
Heat Index:
27°C
Wind Chill:
26°C
Visibility:
11 km
Bocas Lit Fest continues to blossom
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Marina Salandy-Brown, right, at the launch of the 2014 Bocas Lit Fest. She is with Danielle Delon, director, NGC Children’s Bocas Lit Fest, left, Gregory Camejo, group executive, corporate services, One Caribbean Media Ltd; Cassandra Patrovani Sylvester, vice-president, Human and Corporate Relations, National Gas Company of T&T (NGC); and Marguerite Anne Moore, director, Heritage Library, NALIS. PHOTO: ANDRE ALEXANDER

When the NGC Bocas Literary Festival started four years ago, the small team of organisers, led by founder Marina Salandy-Brown, knew that they “only had one bite of

From the streets to Hip Hop Royality
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Janelle Abraham

It’s mid-morning on Easter Sunday.

Hackshaw, Williams continue form at ITF tennis
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

The number one ranked boys Under-14 doubles pair of national player Scott Hackshaw and Antiguan Cordell Williams Junior, easily advanced to the semifinals yesterday at the Eddie Taylor Public Court

Tight battle in BG U-19 cricket final
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

The BG Under-19 Interzone final between South and East was hanging on a knife’s edge at the end of day one yesterday at the National Cricket Centre, Couva, after Justin Samkaran and Jeremy Solozano

NEW POLICE PLAN
TOBAGO police say they are prepared to deal with the influx of visitors expected in the island this week, even as they work on new security strategies to better serve the island in the midst of a staff shortage. Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) for the Tobago Division, Brain Headley, says that the latest introduction of Special Reserve Police (SRP) officers in December has helped but he adds, “We still have a shortage on the island. We are hoping there would be an additional, new crop, of SRPs that would be recruited and trained.”
Munroe aims to stop Merry Boys’ streak
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Munroe Road Cricket Club will aim to put an end to the Merry Boys win streak today, when action in round five of the T&T Cricket Board Premier Division T20 competition bowls off. Merry Boys hav

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