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Another student of the Mason Hall Secondary School has gone missing, the second student from the school in a week. 

T&T Olympic medallist Ato Boldon has denied an Australian media report which alleges he had an affair with one of that country's former top athletes four years ago, saying it was nothing but a fabrication.

San Fernando Magistrate Margaret Alert sentenced a man to two months’ imprisonment for indecent exposure yesterday, saying it was “a bit disturbing” that that was the maximum penalty. She made the comment as she sentenced Marabella resident Felix McMillan, who exposed himself while travelling in

President Anthony Carmona has been asked to intervene in the dispute involving the Highway Re-route Movement (HRM) and the controversial Debe to Mon Desir portion of the Solomon Hochoy Highway. Several members of the Project 40 movement, a group that supports the HRM, delivered letters to Carmona

A Caricom meeting to discuss the Ebola issue has been tentatively set for next month. This is according to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, who called for such a meeting to also discuss the ChikV epidemic in the region.

US-based e-mail service provider Google has requested more time to comply with a subpoena from a California court to provide the e-mail records of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and Attorney General Anand Ramlogan to the Integrity Commission. A CNC 3 News report said last night this has be

Head of the Homicide Bureau ACP Wayne Dick, whose request for government to buy-out his vacation leave for over $500,000 was rescinded by the Cabinet, proceeded on extended vacation leave last Friday. Contacted on the development yesterday acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams said that

Global Medical Response of T&T (GMRTT) has acquired the country’s first isolation chamber. GMRTT’s CEO, Paul Anderson, showed the new equipment to the T&T Guardian yesterday as he declared the company was ready to handle an Ebola case right now, if necessary. Three additional chambers are

A local man who was said to be fighting with the militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis) in Syria, is now back home and fearful that his family is in danger. Ashmead Mohammed last night told CNC3 news he has no connections with Isis and has never even been to Syria, noting his passp

Government is looking at imposing a penalty on defaulting passengers on the Tobago airbridge who cancel their tickets. This measure was proposed by a delegation of Tobago House of Assembly officials, led by Chief Secretary Orville London, during yesterday’s meeting with a central Government team.

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