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The Caribbean’s largest fossil fuel producing nation is unfazed by the falling price of oil. Energy Minister Kevin Ramnarine yesterday said analysis submitted to Cabinet on Thursday shows that gas is offsetting the loss of oil revenue. He said Finance Minister Larry Howai, who was not at Cabinet,

Crime Watch host Ian Alleyne shocked many viewers this week when he aired disturbing footage of a father and his three-year-old daughter being robbed at gunpoint by bandits as they were about to enter their home. The incident took place at St Vincent Street, Tunapuna, on October 22.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Glen Hackett says the police will most likely need to commission a forensic audit of the scrapped LifeSport programme in order to help them conclude their investigation in a timely manner. He made the comment during the weekly media briefing at the Police Adm

Housing Development Corporation (HDC) chair Jearlean John says a ground-floor apartment will be available on Monday for a couple now camping in a tent in the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain. Former national boxer Wendell Joseph, 68, and his wife Erica, 56—who is wheelchair-bound and has seve

The Highway Re-route Movement (HRM) will have to wait until next year for the trial of its lawsuit challenging the controversial Debe to Mon Desir segment of the Point Fortin Highway. High Court judge James Aboud was due to rule yesterday on a pre-trial application from State attorneys, who are s

Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke yesterday called for Health Minister Fuad Khan to step down, amid complaints that staff at Piarco Airport were given defective gloves to deal with people potentially infected with the Ebola virus. Duke claimed port health workers had also no

T&T Publishers and Broadcasters Association (TTPBA) president Daren Lee Sing has called on the group known as Citizens 4D Highway to properly unmask themselves in order to meet advertising standards. In a telephone interview yesterday Lee Sing said the TTPBA would host a meeting with stakehol

What a woman, said Neil Giuseppi, summing up the late Hazel Ward-Redman, a teacher, television producer, presenter extraordinaire, educator, guide, mentor, patriot and wife. Ward-Redman, who died on October 27 at 79, was cremated at  Belgrove’s Funeral Home after a mass at the St Paul’s Anglican

Relatives of Irma Rampersad, who along with her grandchild and two of her daughters have not been seen since Sunday, are fearing the worst, as they believe their loved ones have been abducted.

A love triangle is believed to be the reason behind the murder of a 33-year-old father of four near his home in Eastern Settlement, Sangre Grande, on Thursday. His grieving father is now begging witnesses to come forward, saying the country’s citizens must help the police fight crime. 

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