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What started off as an expedition at sea for members of the media investigating the recent fish kill at Mosquito Creek, yesterday morning, turned into a mission to rescue a drowning man from the...
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi yesterday clarified statements that the $12 billion in uncollected Value Added Tax (VAT) which he spoke about was taken out of context by the media.
Secretary of Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FSOS) Gary Aboud is...
Perceptions of reality and identity are the unifying themes behind the upcoming 2 Isles exhibition at the Y Art Gallery, Woodbrook.
“…pass him in the Café wey Delia working, and a stop…”—King Solomon–Samuel Ryan
Members of the Defence Force have been encouraged to relax their stance when interacting with members of the public.
The recent comments on Radio Jaagriti by Mr Satnarayan Maharaj to the effect that the late prime minister Patrick Manning was a racist drew the ire of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.
Desperadoes’ musical tribute to the late prime minister Patrick Manning did not start at the appointed 8 pm time on Friday; however, it was well worth the wait for steelpan lovers.
“What goes around comes around.”
This was the view of one of the many victims of Selwyn “Robocop” Alexis’ crimes.
The Dr Keith Rowley-led administration will press ahead with its domestic tourism agenda despite efforts by some leading industry stakeholders to scupper the initiative.
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