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Police yesterday arrested a 20-year-old man after he stormed into the Scarborough RC School armed with a knife and sexually assaulted a nine-year-old student.

According to police, around 1.30 pm the man walked into the unguarded compound and grabbed the child. 

The surviving two sisters of the Brasso Seco family who were abducted on the night of October 26 were discharged from the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, yesterday, four days after they were rescued from their abductors by police. The T&T Guardian visited the Hibiscus Ward ye

Game on!

That’s the assurance now being given by the captain of the Soca Warriors, Kenwynne Jones.

Residents in the flood-ravaged village of Mafeking spent the better part of their day yesterday cleaning up and throwing out flood-soaked furniture and appliances. Some of them washed and scrubbed their walls and floors themselves, while others were assisted by CEPEP crews. But even as they washe

Relatives of the country’s most wanted man, Azmon “Pappi” Alexander, are urging him to surrender to police before he is killed. Alexander, 28, is wanted in connection with the disappearance and death of two members of a Brasso Seco family and murder of the family’s neighbour.

Opposition Leader Keith Rowley is intensifying a campaign of misinformation by deliberately misrepresenting issues surrounding the President’s housing, Communications Minister Vasant Bharath says. Bharath yesterday condemned statements by Rowley, who has accused the Government of “deception’” ove

The Las Alturas Commission of Enquiry is expected to start sitting by month-end or early December, says Attorney General Anand Ramlogan. Government announced the formation of the commission two weeks ago. Commissioners have not yet been sworn in. 

Plans are on stream to build an interchange at the insection of the Western Main Road and the Diego Martin Highway to alleviate traffic woes in west Trinidad. Director of Highways Roger Ganesh said so yesterday as the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure had to reverse its decision to close off t

PNM leader Keith Rowley has misinterpreted the Constitution and made incorrect, irresponsible statements on the general election process, Attorney General Anand Ramlogan said yesterday. 

Businessman Alfred Galy applied to the Port-of-Spain City Corporation yesterday for a demolition notice for the former Greyfriars church on Frederick Street. 

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