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A woman bearing a banner that reads “UN intervention needed for crime solution. We live in fear” takes part in the anti-crime rally at Freeport Convention Centre in central T&T yesterday.
Photo: Adrian Boodan

News

Anti-crime activists to seek help from UN

Thousands of people turned up at an anti-crime rally in Chaguanas yesterday, to put their names on a petition seeking United Nations intervention to help fight crime in T&T...

Cops targeting us

Members of a Princes Town family who were arrested twice in connection with the kidnapping of 10-year-old Vijay Persad have denied any involvement with the incident...

Police suspect robbery as minister's son shot

Police suspect robbery is the motive behind the shooting of Patrick James, son of Eulalie James, Junior Minister of Community Development...

Cuban envoy, doctor robbed

A Diplomatic lime was disrupted on Friday, when three bandits struck at the home of Cuban Ambassador Felix Raul Rojas in Westmoorings...

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Radio licences null and void

Telecommunications licences granted under the Wireless Telegraphy Ordinance after June 30th are null and void, industry observers said on Friday...

Revel! It’s swimsuit season

Swimsuits are a hit this July/August holiday season as many people make their way to the beaches or have fun lounging or dipping into pools...

Thailand tricks Soca Warriors 3-2

T&T’s national footballers turned a bright start into a heartbreaking finish in Bangkok yesterday when they turned a 2-0 lead into a 2-3 defeat against Thailand at the Supachalasai Stadium...

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Telecom clock ticking

Being almost last out of the starting blocks may not be such a bad thing in the race for telecom liberalisation...

Tommy Joseph in concert—finally

All roads lead to Jean Pierre Complex, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain tomorrow night, on show is Tommy Joseph, considered by many as the funniest man in the Caribbean...

Trini Revellers is the winner of the George Bailey Large Band award. Check out more photos from Carnival 2004...

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