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Attorney General Anand Ramlogan will ask the acting Commissioner of Police to continue investigations into the case of a private nursing home patient who had 20 cocaine pellets removed from his stomach, despite the recent revelation that no charges can be laid against the doctor who failed to report the incident to police, or against anyone else involved...

Rosemarie Gomes, manager of Unlimited Travel and Krystal Tours, does not agree that passengers should be penalised for cancelling their reservations on the Tobago airbrige.

A government minister has thrown his support behind Gary Aboud’s plea to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to mediate with the Highway Re-route Movement (HRM). Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Dookeran, in a phone interview yesterday, said he would support any call to mediate in the matter as

Former Australian Olympic sprinter Nova Peris, now a senator, said yesterday the story of her alleged affair with former T&T Olympic sprinter Ato Boldon in 2010 was part of a plot by someone seeking to embarrass her family and extort money from her.

A three-man commission of enquiry, headed by retired Justice Mustapha Ibrahim, into the PNM administration’s Las Alturas project will determine if there are grounds for criminal or civil action concerning the dead-ended $40 million project, says Attorney General Anand Ramlogan. At yesterday’s wee

One woman was shot dead and another found with her throat slit and a plastic bag over her head in separate incidents on Wednesday. The body of Florentine Arneaud, 62, from St Vincent and the Grenadines, was found at her Valencia home. Relatives had earlier gone to her home shortly after 8 pm, fou

A 34-year-old police officer was killed instantly in a road accident in Chaguanas yesterday which left another man seriously injured. Special Reserve police constable Daniel Ramsaroop of Hendrickson Street, Tunapuna, suffered severe head injuries after a Suzuki Jimny, driven by Vijay Ramcharan, c

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The day after the acting Police Commissioner said no charges would be brought against the doctor or patient involved in the removal of cocaine pellets from a man’s stomach last year, the pressure group, Fixin’ T&T, is calling for the legal advice given to the police to be reviewed. Acting CoP

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UNC deputy leader Dr Roodal Moonilal has challenged PNM leader Dr Keith Rowley to say who paid for his overseas trips this year, claiming there were 15 trips and he has information on that. He made the call yesterday after PNM general secretary Ashton Ford said the UNC must be asked when it was h

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