Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall is still confident the Welsh team can avoid relegation from the Premier League.
- Blues confirm departure of former NRL star
- 'I feel like I'm leaving as a better player'
Benji Marshall's release from his Super Rugby contract with the Blues has been confirmed. Marshall this week said he would seek a job back in the NRL after the rugby league convert found he was, in his own words, an average rugby union player.
A joint statement from New Zealand Rugby and the Blues said Marshall and coach Sir John Kirwan had "frank and honest" discussions following Friday's 39-20 loss to the Hurricanes. Continue reading...
BBC Sport counts down 100 of the greatest World Cup moments, as the 2014 tournament in Brazil draws nearer.
OPPOSITION Spokesman on Finance and Planning Audley Shaw yesterday urged the Government to “cut fat” from the bureaucracy and withdraw its proposed financial transaction tax.
In the hope the death of her 21-year-old son, Nicholas Noel, would not be in vain, Debra Riley has donated his two kidneys to be able to save those in desperate need of them.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child Development Raziah Ahmed yesterday condemned the posting of a video on Facebook, showing a woman beating her daughter with a belt after the 12-year-old girl posted “indecent” pictures of herself on the site.
The report of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) into the New Flying Squad Investigative Unit was not a confidential document. And nothing in it had implications for the national security of Trinidad and Tobago, nor would its disclosure have caused “major convulsions”.
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan is calling on the Integrity Commission to investigate the leaking of the report of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) into the New Flying Squad Investigative Unit.
A 14-year-old girl was among five persons detained by police, following a high-speed chase in Princes Town yesterday.
A stop-work order was served on the owners of a San Fernando business yesterday to immediately cease excavation work near San Fernando Hill.
Marabella residents are calling for the immediate removal of mounds of sand, dirt and gravel being stockpiled near their homes.
OPPOSITION spokesman on finance and planning, Audley Shaw, yesterday presented what he described as the Jamaica Labour Party’s (JLP) ‘prescription for growth’, as he responded to last week's opening budget debate presentation from Finance Minister Dr Peter Phillips.
GLORIA Terrelonge could not conceal her grief yesterday as divers searched the Hellshire Beach in St Catherine for the body of her 19- year-old son, Raheem Terrelonge, who reportedly drowned while attempting to save a child who had got into difficulties at the crowded beach Easter Monday.
TWENTY-FOUR swimmers will leave the island for Orlando tomorrow to participate in a three-day swim meet, the 2014 Highlander Long Course Invitational.
NATIONAL junior badminton sensation Samuel Ricketts expressed satisfaction with his gold and silver medal performances at the recently concluded Suriname Easter tournament.
DROMILY FC rolled into the national championships of the LIME Street Football Challenge after they collected $100,000 and the title of Trelawny Parish champions at Falmouth Pier on Sunday.
MAY PEN, Clarendon — Another uphill task awaits Treadlight when they journey to St Elizabeth today to face Black Stars in Zone B of the South Central Confederation Super Eight play-off.
TEAM Jamaica's Donovan 'Police' Campbell, the grandfather of Jamaican boxing at 45 years old, and the winner of the Wray & Nephew Contender Boxing series in 2012, returns to the ring for the fourth season and 2014 edition against Anthony Osbourne at the Chinese Benevolent Association Auditorium tonight.