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Police officers and curious onlookers mill around at Morvant Junction yesterday, while awaiting the DMO and an ambulance to collect the body of Elijah Brown, who was killed by a gunman. A Traffic Branch officer, Cpl Lester Alfred (left), was also shot during the incident and remained at hospital up to last night. Read more...

Manning was right

Sir Ellis backs PM’s CJ probe


Tobago Champs in Concert cancelled


Bravo injured, out team



CJ controversy

Clarke: PM well within his rights

Prime Minister Patrick Manning acted within his rights to investigate alleged misconduct by Chief Justice Satnarine Sharma according to the Constitution, former President Sir Ellis Clarke said yesterday...

Shots ring out at Morvant Junction

Shooter kills man, injures traffic cop

Pedestrians scampered for safety at Morvant Junction yesterday, after gunshots rang out in the area, leaving one man dead and a policeman injured...

Bakr trial resumes today

The trial against Jamaat al Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr on charges of conspiracy to murder had an early adjournment again yesterday, after the court was told that Justice Mark Mohammed was “feeling a bit under the weather.”

No ransom demand yet for Biche businessman

Family, friends launch manhunt

Cocoa and coffee planters started searching the forests yesterday, hoping to find kidnapped Biche businessman Azzizool Baksh...

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MOU signed for new ammonia plant

On signing a Memorandum of Understanding for the construction of a five-plant US$550 million ammonia and urea ammonia nitrate (UAN) project with La Brea Nitrogen Ltd on Tuesday, Minister of Energy Eric Williams subtly warned...

Mandela gives thanks - New video wakes up sleepy Blanchisseuse

The quiet, tranquil Sunday morning atmosphere of Blanchisseuse was broken on February 20, as over 100 white-clad people danced and sang to....

Smasher contracts for 15 young WI players

Smasher Sports UK will sponsor 15 West Indian cricketers for the next year, providing them with a retainer, along with an appearance fee when they play international cricket...

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These women are IT

Gail McCarthy still gets raised eyebrows when she walks into a meeting. It not because the 31-year-old is stunning or the fact that she stands at five feet, eight inches...


Legacy says thanks

Following their first Carnival with their new band Legacy, bandleaders “Big Mike” Antoine and Juliet de la Bastide said in a press release they were “elated with the response of masqueraders and to have copped third place in the Large Band of the Year competition.”

With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekend’s major fetes...

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