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A firefighter tries to keep embers from reigniting in a burning house in Laventille yesterday.

Below: Jerod Hinkson cuddles Bilquis Poitou, a two-year-old girl he rescued from the house. The fire left 20 people homeless.

Photos: David Wears

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Cops step up patrols in Laventille

Hunt for arson, murder suspects

Police patrols have been beefed up in the East Dry River area, following a murder and arson attacks on two houses...

Third man held in Diego killing

A third suspect has been held for the murder of Stellan Davis. The 23-year-old Diego Martin man was held on Wednesday night by officers acting on a tip-off...

Another fire; 20 homeless

Twenty people are now homeless following a fire which destroyed their home at Trou Macaque, Laventille, yesterday morning...

Ex-convict stabbed to death

Gunmen kidnapped an ex-convict on Wednesday and took him to a deserted road in Princes Town, where they gouged out his left eye with an ice pick and stabbed him to death...

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BHP: Angostura oil early in 2005

BHP Billiton will not meet its December deadline for start up of oil production from its Angostura field...

Satirical comic strip draws black looks

“Racist, distasteful cartoon” was the subject line of an e-mail circulated in the week after Christmas...

Scott and Bovell retain TTOC titles

It came as no surprise to those gathered in the ballroom of the Cascadia Hotel in St Ann’s on Wednesday night for the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee’s (TTOC) annual awards function, when swimmer George Bovell III and hammer thrower Candice Scott were again named the “Male and Female Athletes of the Year”, respectively...

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Trini gets US$1.2m to lobby US

Government has awarded an annual contract of $7.5 million (US$1.2 million) to a Washington-based firm to lobby the Bush administration on Trinidad and Tobago’s behalf...

 

Sprang and cast leave small crowd in stitches

It was laughs galore on Monday night when Sprangalang Enterprises presented the Caribbean Masters of Comedy at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s...

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

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