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Tobago police have held two men in connection with the murder of 65-year-old Sylbert Edwards, who was killed in what police say was a robbery gone bad. The men, who reportedly made off with $100,00
Dr Wayne Kublalsingh may end his hunger strike within a week. Speaking with the Guardian at his Arouca home on Christmas Day, Kublalsingh said he was uncertain about continuing his hunger strike in
Two weeks after URP worker Robert “Peter” Navarro told relatives he was going to meet a friend at San Fernando Hill, his decomposing corpse was found hanging in a tree near the bottom of the hill.
The recent robbery of a soca superstar on Ariapita Avenue cast a shadow on one of West Trinidad’s most popular liming spots.
The Joint Consultative Council (JCC), which had intervened in Kublalsingh’s first hunger strike in an attempt to end it, is distancing itself from the second. JCC president Afra Raymond made it cle
There has been an increase in gun crimes in Tobago. So says Police Inspector Earl Arthur, who was speaking at a news conference at the Scarborough police station Wednesday. “So far we would have re
KINGSTOWN—St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves Wednesday called on the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to reverse its decision to axe three senior players, including for
Born just one minute after midnight, Emmanuella Durham, named after a great-grandfather also born on Christmas, became 2014’s first Christmas baby. “She is like a little celebrity,” said mother Dur
Samantha Gattsek’s family has never made a big deal out of holiday celebrations.
But this year, she feels especially disconnected from the seasonal cheer surrounding her.
AG Chem Plant Limited, a newly-formed Jamaican company and a subsidiary of Caribbean Chemicals and Agencies Limited (CCA), recently signed an agreement to acquire the Agriculture Chemical Plant div
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