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Now that Ebola has struck closer to home, with the latest case being reported in New York City (NYC), T&T citizens living there now fear for their lives.

The case has caused alarm among Trinidadians living in Manhattan, some a few blocks away from the Harlem apartment of the patient, Dr Craig Spencer.

Ebola is spread by direct contact...

Community Development Minister Winston Peters says elder-care professionals are needed more than ever as the ageing population increases.

Having spent a week in hospital, Anthony Williams was discharged on Wednesday and returned to his home at Nepaul Street, St James, on Thursday. 

A Point Fortin mason who beat his girlfriend on the face with a concrete block so that no other man would want her was put on a two-year bond on Wednesday and ordered to pay $20,000 in compensation.

A Point Fortin truck driver who raped an American teenager ten times in a year has been sentenced to a total of 29 years in prison.

Justice Hayden St Clair-Douglas sentenced the man, who was found guilty in the San Fernando High Court in July, on Wednesday.

A foreign-used car parts dealership in San Fernando was destroyed by a fire on Thursday (Divali) night.

An article reporting that there is a Nigerian Ebola patient in T&T, which is currently circulating on social media sites is a fake.

CEO at the T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce Catherine Kumar says too many people walk through the doors of businesses, degree in hand, expecting success and was unwilling to work a long day. 

Health Minister Fuad Khan yesterday said the leader of the Highway Re-route Movement Dr Wayne Kublalsingh was between a “rock and a hard place” and was trying to get sympathy from an “already critical” public.

If comedienne Rachel Price didn’t get the pre-action protocol letter sent by the President’s attorneys, a second letter will be sent, sources said yesterday.

Price didn’t answer cell calls yesterday about whether she had received the letter which was sent by attorneys on October 17. 

Chairman of the Siparia Regional Corporation Leo Doodnath says residents who were affected by the Divali day floods in Fyzabad and Siparia must share some of the responsibility for the floods.