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Another bomb blast in PoS

Businessmen jumpy

San Juan on red alert after threats

Businesspeople are more on edge over a second explosion in Port-of-Spain yesterday, since this follows a series of bomb threats which were issued in San Juan last week...

Garbage contractors lapsing says Lakhan

Acting Port-of-Spain mayor Rishi Lakhan yesterday commended the police on extra surveillance and bomb sweeps in the capital since last month’s explosion...


Ramnath rallies ‘troops,’ as UNC MPs on warpath

Mass mobilisation is taking place in UNC constituencies, with nightly meetings about the controversy of St Joseph MP Gerald Yetming’s bid to have St Augustine colleague Winston Dookeran obtain leadership of the party, Couva South MP Kelvin Ramnath has said...

Crime & Court

Laventille mom finds son’s body

Janice Hamilton has found the body of her son, Kendell, at the Forensic Science Centre, St James...

Hillman coming to answer charges

American businessman Eduardo Hillman has agreed to come to Trinidad to answer charges of corruption...

Group racks up $15m legal bill

FFOS on fund raising drive

Environmental group Fishermen and Friends of the Sea is now on a fund-raising drive to cover a $12-$15 million legal bill for the case it recently lost at the Privy Council against energy giant bpTT’s natural gas pipeline at Guayaguayare...

Murder suspect released

Director of Public Prosecutions Geoffrey Henderson has ordered that the suspect held in the murder of Hayden Joseph be released...

Autopsy report: Pregnant mom died from seizure

Police have ruled out foul play in the death of Point Fortin mother Elizabeth Christopher. Christopher, 44, of Francis Lane, Warden Road, was found dead on the floor of her home at around 9 am on Tuesday by her common-law husband...

Other News

Joseph keeps low profile

National Security Minister Martin Joseph maintained a low profile as investigations into yesterday’s second explosion in Port-of-Spain were conducted...

Fumes send Petrotrin workers home again

Union gets a safety promise

One day after Petrotrin workers marched to protest safety conditions, more workers from the laboratory department had to be evacuated on Tuesday, as toxic fumes engulfed the area....



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