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An autopsy performed on the body of first-time mom Keisha Ayers has revealed had 13 gallstones in her bladder which caused an infection. It also revealed she developed blood clots.
The red motorcycle believed to be the getaway vehicle used by the men who murdered central businessman Mark Mohammed was found abandoned in St Augustine yesterday afternoon.
Less than 24 hours after a patient launched a missile at a nurse at the Maternity Department of the Port-of-Spain General Hospital and then attempted to physically injure her, nurses at the institu
The Integrity Commission wrote to former Finance Minister Karen Nunez-Tesheira in November 2011 admitting it made an error in submitting a report to the DPP alleging that she committed an offence u
Despite fluctuating oil and gas prices, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar promises there will not no cutback of jobs and development programmes if the People’s Partnership is re-elected into Go
Concerned by the various incidents of violence against health care workers, president of the Public Services Association (PSA), Watson Duke, has warned that they will be closely monitoring the sit
After a week long delay, two Labrador dogs and three pups have been brought into T&T from Germany to assist blind people.
More than 15 million people across the Caribbean will benefit from a strategic broadcast rights deal agreed and signed between Cable and Wireless Communications and CANOC Broadcasting Inc to televi
I am re-reading some of G K Chesterton’s Father Brown mysteries. His writings bring back childish memories and emotions about the English.
There were far too few people at the Buena Onda Caribbean Latin Jazz concert hosted by UTT last Wednesday.
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