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Police are hunting for a man who shot Dennison Rodney ten times after the two began arguing after an accident in Diego Martin yesterday. Unfortunately, the cops may be stumped in their attempt to s
Police patrols have been beefed up in Bacolet, Tobago, following the double murder of a German couple last weekend.
An argument between two drivers is suspected to have triggered the country's latest murder.
Falling oil prices put the Government in a difficult situation, economist Dr Ronald Ramkissoon said yesterday. Commenting on the decision by OPEC not to reduce output, he said: "An oil economy must
Former PNM leader Patrick Manning has written to Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley asking why he is being hauled before the party’s national executive for disciplinary action. In a letter to Rowley
Many top local cricketers have found themselves on different teams for the upcoming US Open T20 cricket tournament which offers a first prize of US$100,000.
In a wheelchair, hunger striker Dr Wayne Kublalsingh appeared before a Siparia Magistrate on Friday morning.
With the oil price plummeting to US$77 a barrel yesterday, Finance and the Economy Minister Larry Howai is expected to make a statement on the matter in Parliament this afternoon. This was revealed
Petrotrin workers have given their representative union, the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union (OWTU), instructions to institute legal strike action against the state-owned oil company.
Bidders for the heavily-contested Curepe interchange project may get a second chance at the multi-million-dollar roadway construction as the National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) is n
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