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About 20 decommissioned traffic lights from one of the country’s busiest intersections, near Grand Bazaar, have been recycled to create a Christmas-tree “sculpture” near the Churchill-Roosevelt and Uriah Butler highways.

The Ministry of Education yesterday released the full list of scholarship winners in the 2014 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (Cape).

Keon Gloster, the State’s main witness in the Vindra Naipaul-Coolman murder trial, was allegedly beaten by police before he agreed to assist in their investigation. 

Police have released the 25-year-old woman arrested for the death of New Grant father Satnarine Ramphal as the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions ruled there was not enough evidence to charge her with murder.

Clifton Youk See was an 83-year-old father of 36 children and grandfather of close to 40. He lived a full energetic life up to his death on Monday night, his children recalled. He was knocked down on the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway, near Macoya.

Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union (OWTU) president general Ancel Roget says that Petrotrin could have possibly exposed the country to the Ebola virus as no medical officer screened the crew aboard the Overseas Yellowstone crude oil tanker on Monday.

The public health sector has run short of the tetanus vaccine.

A source said yesterday that a batch of the vaccine was found to be defective last month and was sent back to the supplier for replacement. 

Lawyers representing president Anthony Carmona have sent a pre-action protocol letter to comedienne Rachel Price over comments she has been making about the President’s wife, Reema.

CNC3 reported last night the letter was sent on Monday to Price, who is also a talk show host.

Although seemingly bedridden and too weak to move, leader of the Highway Re-Route Movement (HRM) Dr Wayne Kublalsingh remains resolute that he will not back out of a second hunger strike which began over a month ago. 

Following is the complete list of proposed 2014 scholarship recipients in the Caribbean Advance Proficiency Education (CAPE).
 

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