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Some $.5 billion in crude oil and the survival of T&T’s economy are behind Petrotrin’s determination to berth a tanker coming from Ebola-stricken west Africa, even though it is now in a standoff with employees who are refusing to do it. Petrotrin president Khalid Hassanali confirmed the situation yesterday, telling the T&T Guardian: “I know there...

A cheese paste sandwich and a cup of hot chocolate was the first meal hunger-striker Ravi Maharaj was given after he decided to end his five-day protest action against environmentalist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh yesterday. His decision to end the strike came two days after he collapsed outside the Offi

Three policemen have been granted bail, totalling $300,000, on allegations of armed robbery, kidnapping, assault and drug possession. PC Ainsley Gay of the Southern Division Task Force and Special Reserve Policemen (SRP) Avinash Hajarie, 25, and Jeremy Tenia, 27, of the Princes Town Praedial Larc

A meeting will be held next Wednesday involving the authorities and all Carnival stakeholders to discuss whether Carnival should be cancelled because of the Ebola threat and a recommendation will later be made to Cabinet. This was conveyed to reporters yesterday by Brig Anthony Phillips-Spencer,

Whether Carnival 2015 is cancelled or not depends on the exponential rise in Ebola over the next month says Health Minister Fuad Khan. He was speaking at a forum on Carnival 2015 and Ebola at the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Sciences (SALISES), University of the West Indies,

The Customs and Excise Division of the Ministry of Finance has acquired a Multi-Mode Threat Detector machine to improve its ability to detect contraband items, including narcotics and explosives, which are smuggled into the country.

My name is Eric Julien and I met my Bajan wife on the Internet.

A quantity of cocaine and marijuana have been recovered after police and coast guard intercepted a pirogue at La Tinta Bay, Chacachacare Island on Friday.

KINGSTON—The Portia Simpson Miller-led administration has been threatened with a lawsuit after Gerald Perreira, a Guyanese Muslim leader, was barred from entering the country to attend the 19th anniversary celebration of the Million-Man March. Perreira said while on his way to Ja

President's Medal winner Soleil Baldeosingh says she is more than ready to give back to her country and the world once she completes her studies. The 18-year-old, who graduated from the St Augustine Girls’ High School (SAGHS) last week was humble as she spoke to the Guardian last week.

The body of a 23-year-old man who went missing after venturing out to fish on rocks at L’Anse Fourmi, Tobago, on Saturday was recovered yesterday. The discovery was made by Coast Guard officers shortly after 1.30 pm on Sunday off waters of Bloody Bay. Lawrence Kerr went missing on Saturday after