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Policemen keep watch outside the Arouca Police Station yesterday evening, after Hindu Credit Union boss Harry Harnarine was arrested for leading an illegal march at the Piarco International Airport. Hundreds of supporters flocked to the station after Harnarine, who had earlier led them from San Fernando during a motorcade, as demonstrators continued their call for action on crime.

News

March illegal–cops

Hundreds of angry supporters transformed Five Rivers junction into a sea of rebellious activity last night, after they surrounded Arouca Police Station calling for the release of Hindu Credit Union president Harry Harnarine...

Pinto Road parlour owner gunned down

Relatives and friends of Carlos King are calling for swift justice, after the youngster was slain on Saturday night, metres from his home on River Road, Arima...

Released kidnap victim goes to church with mom

Relatives of released kidnap victim Dominic Kalloo breathed a sigh of relief yesterday morning, after the traumatised 19-year-old mustered the strength to attend church with his mother...

Waitress, 21, raped in South

Police are searching for a PH driver who allegedly raped a waitress in a cane field off La Romain early Friday morning...

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Two schools tie in EMA competition

Cap-de-Ville Government Primary and Curepe Presbyterian tied for first place in the EMA Hands-on Primary School Environmental competition...

Not milk!

For six-year-old Cassie Joseph drinking milk today could turn out to be fatal in years to come. Cassie, who has osteopetrosis—a bone disease that causes extra growth—has to stay away from foods that are high in calcium...

Lara blames fielding for NatWest loss

West Indies captain Brian Lara has blamed lapses in the field for their heavy defeat in Saturday’s NatWest final against New Zealand at Lord’s..

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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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