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A 38-year-old soldier was killed in a mid-afternoon motorcycle crash on the Priority Bus Route (PBR), Laventille, yesterday. According to reports, around 2 pm Cpl Emerson Keane, of Chaguanas, was r
A credit union courier was killed by bandits in a daring daylight robbery at Shaw Park, Tobago, a killing which has left the island reeling. Sylvert Edwards, 64, of Carnbee, Tobago, was killed by t
Clutching her four children and expecting another, Paula Kings said a tearful goodbye to her husband, Time, a Nigerian, as he surrendered himself to the Immigration Division on Henry Street, Port-o
Laventille residents are up in arms again, claiming police brutality after a soldier was shot while on patrol in the area yesterday. The residents claimed a detachment of Defence Force and police p
Prisons officers are threatening to shut down operations at the country’s penal institutions in protest over Government’s failure to implement additional security measures, promised after the murde
Secretary of Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) Gary Aboud and former national award winner Wayne Henry reappeared in court yesterday in relation to three charges which occurred as a result of
Scores of young men from Laventille were detained after a soldier was shot while on patrol in the area.
Minutes after making his second appearance in court on Monday, triple murder accused Azmon Alexander was brutally attacked by a group of fellow prisoners at the Arima Magistrates Court. During the
Government’s cost-cutting measures should include removing the Prime Minister’s picture from various items, including billboards, mugs, pictures, cards and vouchers.
Soca superstar Kees Dieffenthaller escaped harm when he and two friends were robbed on Ariapita Avenue, Woodbrook, after a performance at Aria Lounge early Saturday. According to details of a polic
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