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Justice Malcolm Holdip has ruled that he does not have the jurisdiction to reopen the case of a man accused of murdering a Chaguanas businessman, even though last month he discharged another man accused of the crime. During a hearing in the Port-of-Spain High Court last month, Holdip granted a pe

Eight houses in the Naparima constituency are on the verge of collapse after recent heavy rains caused land erosion in several villages. During a tour of Cipero Road, Borde Narve, Naparima

Three men have appeared in court charged with theft and damage to a Dutch boat moored off the Hyatt Hotel, Port-of-Spain. Scevron Moses, 21, Joel Baptiste, 19, and Sheldon Paul, 19, were n

Minister of Tourism Stephen Cadiz said he was very pleased with the progress the Zoological Society (ZSTT) was making in upgrading the Emperor Valley Zoo in Port-of-Spain. “I think the Zoo

My name is Stephanson Ottley and I’m raising money to offset airfare and travelling expenses for the President’s Award Scheme. When you go away, you experience different cultures and gain a lot of benefits but it’s a lot of money.

An operator of PCS Nitrogen suffered a horrific death yesterday when the car he was driving struck a metal barrier on the highway slicing his body into two parts. Police said pieces of And

A Laventille teenager has been held by police following a $2.5 million armed robbery at a jewelry store in downtown Port-of-Spain on Saturday afternoon. The 18-year-old suspect was arreste

Nadine Warner, left, Juliet Stewart, Lois Smith and Delicia Isaac rival supporters of the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) and the PNM embrace in Scarborough on Friday. Both parties held meetings during the day ahead of today’s THA election. PHOTO CLAYTON CLARKE

A security guard remains warded under police guard at the San Fernando General Hospital after shooting off his penis in Rio Claro, yesterday. Police said around 8 am they received a call f

As Tobagonians take to the poll today, incumbent Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Orville London is considering his legal options after he said a Web site was created without his permission or knowledge.