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Crime & Court

Wife waits for answers…and a body

For 21 years they shared the same bed as man and wife. But since Wednesday’s deadly explosion aboard the oil tanker MV Tradewind Sunrise off Gaspar Grande Island, Joan Alexander-Carrillo has been trying to come to terms with the realisation that she will never see her husband again...

Charges after girl’s autopsy

Police are awaiting the results of an autopsy before proceeding to lay charges for the murder of 14-year-old Stacy Gibbs...

14 cops to probe murders from Chag to Toco

There are only 14 homicide detectives in the Police Service to investigate and solve the staggering 165 murders for the year so far...

Farmers declare war on thieves

Hit by a spate of praedial larceny, Aranguez farmers are now using deadly pitbulls and rottweilers to guard their food crops at night...

Other News

Uncertain fate for 275

Imran Khan, chief executive officer of KC Confectionery Ltd, said every attempt would be made to keep operations going since the main plant of the factory was not affected by Friday night’s fire...

Enterprise students highlight problems

Fed up with the social ills plaguing their community, students of Enterprise Government Primary marched through their neighbourhood on Friday to highlight the problems...

Grads told: Choose well for success

Academic qualifications are not the only tool in the world of work, chairman/CEO of Ansa McAl Ltd, Anthony Norman Sabga has said...

Report: New airline too expensive

Sunday Guardian today continues its report on the Cabinet-appointed Lok Jack Task Force into the future of national airline BWIA, with a look at the team’s case for establishing a new airline...

 

 

 

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