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The body of a 23-year-old man who went missing after venturing out to fish on rocks at L’Anse Fourmi, Tobago, on Saturday was recovered yesterday. The discovery was made by Coast Guard officers shortly after 1.30 pm on Sunday off waters of Bloody Bay. Lawrence Kerr went missing on Saturday after

A woman was killed instantly as she bent over to pick up her handbag along the Solomon Hochoy Highway. Marisa Rambharose, 42, was crossing the northbound lane of the highway to get to her Springvalle, Claxton Bay, home around 8.30 pm on Saturday.

Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) leader David Abdulah is calling for the media to launch an investigation into the financiers of the recent spate of pro-highway ads. Abdulah was speaking at a press conference held by members of the Highway Reroute Movement (HRM) at the Oilfields Workers’ Trade U

Government moved, yesterday, to save the life of pro-highway hunger striker Ravi Maharaj who collapsed outside the Office the Prime Minister, St Clair, yesterday after five days without food or water. Maharaj was taken to the Port-of-Spain General Hospital for treatment. In a statement issued sho

India can learn how to celebrate Divali from T&T, as evidenced by the majestic presentations at Divali Nagar, says Indian High Commissioner Shri Gauri Shankar Gupta. In his address at Divali Nagar on Friday night, Gupta said, “The people of India can emulate you with your presentations of sin

Ultimate Group, parent company of mas bands Tribe and Bliss, on Friday won the inaugural Emerging Entrepreneur Award at the T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce tenth Annual Champions of Business Dinner and Awards Ceremony held at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad, Dock Road, Port-of-Spain.

As part of the UK Magna Carta 800th Anniversary Committee's activities in promoting the understanding of Magna Carta in the Commonwealth Caribbean, renowned Trinidadian philatelist and numismatist Albert Sydney has drafted several stamp designs for Caribbean governments to consider. 

National Security Minister Gary Griffith says they have seen “a direct link between criminal activity and illegal immigrants.” Griffith linked the illegal immigrants to illegal drugs and the growing gang activities in T&T. A release from Griffith’s ministry on Tuesday stated there are 110,000

The Banwari archeological site is not yet a world heritage site and its potential to become one is in jeopardy with “unchecked and undermanaged development initiatives.” Speaking from Paris where she is attending the meeting of the biannual Unesco executive board, heritage educator Dr Kris Ramper

T&T is still not ready for an Ebola outbreak.

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