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Jamaat-al-Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr has lost his malicious prosecution lawsuit against the State arising out of a murder charge in 2010 which was eventually dropped.
I read the Facebook post on Natasha Navas on the prompting of my girlfriend out in Barbados who sounded so distressed.
The T&T Coast Guard has launched an investigation into what caused one of its vessels to sink off while docked in Tobago on Tuesday.
On Thursday, November 9, at just 24 years, Ayana Shallima Garcia, the youngest in her class, Ayana graduated with her Master of Arts in Carnival Studies Degree.
Police recovered four illegal firearms and a quantity of ammunition during anti-crime exercises in San Juan, Claxton Bay and Point Fortin between last Friday and Saturday.
An Arouca man died at the Arima District Hospital yesterday afternoon, after he was shot near his Windy Hill, Arouca home.
QED (Quite Exquisitely Done) is hosting its third instalment of the annual Christmas charity concert, One Night In December (ONID) on December 16, at 4 pm.
CHRISTCHURCH—An upbeat West Indies touched down yesterday to continue preparation for their two-Test series against the hosts, bowling off next month.
A 31-year-old security guard, who admitted to stealing a bag of money from her employer, has been sentenced to nine months in prison.
National cricketer Mark Deyal is making great strides off the field of play, having recently graduated with a Degree in Sports Management from the University of T&T (UTT).
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