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Cash-strapped Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is now saddled with a $5 billion debt.
Kids In Need of Direction (Kind) utilised its Digicel Foundation EPIC grant of $33,750 to equip its computer lab with seven desktop computers and a multimedia projector which will assist with its...
The inability of police to locate a teenager, who witnessed his father’s murder when he was nine-years-old, has allowed the alleged killer to walk free.
Two more well-backed ‘beauts’ yesterday, INUK, 9/5 and LITTLE BOY BLUE, 5/4.
More problems on the inter-island cargo ferry the Cabo Star as a damaged electrical switch which controls the engine forced the cancellation of the sailing from Tobago on Wednesday night leaving...
San Fernando ‘A’ was crowned National Interclub knockout champions this past weekend as the curtains came down on ten months of competition.
Having spent $50 million annually to dialyze 1,167 patients at private hospitals, Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh is now planning to scrap this arrangement and place additional dialysis...
Hours after being denied bail by a magistrate on a charge of unlawfully killing a baby, Dr Ronald Budhooram was able to secure $250,000 approval bail through a High Court judge yesterday.
In 2011 the PP government introduced the Anti-Gang Bill 2011 in Parliament. Because the Bill infringed rights, a constitutional majority was needed to enact it.
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