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Up to late yesterday, the country’s most wanted man Azmon “Pappi” Alexander continued to elude police.  Senior Sup David Abraham of the Northern Division told the Sunday Guardian that Alexander remained a fugitive. “There are no new updates on Azmon so far.

A day after Petrotrin beefed up security following an internet threat, saboteurs have struck at a Petrotrin installation in Grand Ravine, Palo Seco, unscrewing a plug from an oil tank. However, Petrotrin was able to avert a catastrophe as only five barrels of oil leaked into the environment befor

A German couple has been hacked to death in Tobago.

Junior Minister in the Ministry of Works Stacy Roopnarine has broken her silence on the allegations of interference she levelled at her boss, Works and Infrastructure Minister Dr Surujrattan Rambachan in the allocation of contracts for the Curepe Interchange project. Speaking for the first time s

I recall that when the Industrial Court was being conceived there was a specific objective to minimise, and in some cases, prohibit appeals from its judgments in order to prevent money being spent by wealthy employers to tie up unions and workers in expensive litigation and thereby frustrate the

CrimeWatch host Ian Alleyne visited the family and friends of 40-year-old murder victim  Alicia Sydney. Sydney, of Basse Terre Village, Moruga, was chopped to death by the man she was living with.

Government will bear the cost of spectacles for primary school students with refracted lens problems up to a maximum of $1,500 in a Vision Screening initiative, Health Minister Fuad Khan said on Thursday. He was speaking at the post-Cabinet press conference at the Office of the Prime Minister, St

The sound of cuatros, maracas and box bass may be missing this holiday season as the National Parang Association yesterday announced that all parang shows had been suspended. This is because of a delay in the distribution of funds to the association by the Ministry of Arts. Shows will remain susp

Former Port-of-Spain mayor Louis Lee Sing says Woodbrook residents will never see residential real estate in the area again, and their neighbours who had sold to bars had done them a disservice, as had the city corporation before his tenure. He said there should have been stipulations that Woodbr

The National Insurance Property Development Co Ltd (Nipdec) is seeking to construct carparks in Arima, San Fernando and Chaguanas. Its income at the end of the fiscal year in June was $59.9 million, Nipdec chairman Hamlyn Jailal told a joint select committee (JSC) yesterday. 

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