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Over $200,000 in cash went up in flames yesterday as fire destroyed a bar in Chase Village, Chaguanas.
Two employees narrowly escaped injury after bolting from the building.
A 44-year-old maxi taxi driver from Cunupia was murdered in an apparent botched robbery sometime on Saturday night.
Southern Division police now believe nine-year-old Seon Paul was executed and not hit by a stray bullet as they initially believed.
A video of malnourished stray dogs being euthanised at the San Fernando pound through lethal injections, has prompted San Fernando Mayor Kazim Hosein to close the pound temporally.
A Claxton Bay security officer accused of kidnapping, raping, robbing and attempting to murder a 16-year-old girl has been granted $85,000 bail.
“My son was not a drug dealer.”
These were the words of Safiya Williams yesterday as she spoke out about the death of her nine-year-old son, Cyon Paul.
It’s quite worrying. What is it? This lack of interest in the local scene that so many of us feel. Maybe it’s the mid-year blues, maybe it’s post Zika tiredness?
More crude oil has spilled into the already polluted Gulf of Paria after a Petrotrin discharge line from an oil to shore pump of Trinmar’s Platform 17 developed a leak.
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