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Wanted Jamaat man nabbed in Guyana

Local police are waiting for their counterparts in Guyana to make their next move after a wanted Trinidadian man was arrested in that country on suspicion of stealing high-powered rifles from the Guyana Defence Force, police sources said yesterday....

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Schoolboys face wounding charges

Two teenage boys from the Barataria Junior Secondary School were due to be charged last night with either attempted murder or wounding with intent following an incident on Wednesday in which 15-year-old Kareem Smith was wounded...

Husband killer to serve four years

“Totally unacceptable.” This is how San Fernando judge Anthony Carmona described the actions of convicted husband killer Cecelia Brown-Bedeau yesterday prior to sentencing her to serve four years’ hard labour...

Protest turns ugly

What was supposed to be a peaceful protest by students of the University of the West Indies ended in chaos yesterday as a mob of students forced down the office gate of campus principal Dr Bhoendradatt Tewarie...

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Judge rules in TSTT’s favour

No immediate price change is expected for mobile customers as market competitors TSTT and Irish-owned Digicel return to the negotiating table later this month to resolve a dispute over interconnection rates...

Ten years of pop

Ten years is a landmark by any standard. For local rock giants jointpop, it’s one they almost didn’t get to, and one they plan to celebrate in a big way...

India denies 2011 World Cup bribe

Inderjit Bindra, a prominent member of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, has refuted allegations that the Asian territories brokered an agreement with the West Indies in order to secure the rights to host the 2011 Cricket World Cup...

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T&T to benefit from Alutrint

Between US$500 and US$700 million is expected to be invested in the Alutrint project at the Union and Tamana industrial estates, officials of the majority state-owned aluminium smelter project said last week...

Kaiso Cyar Dead lives on at Mas Camp

Wednesday night action at the Mas Camp Pub continues to build intensity following this week’s show featuring Singing Sandra, Brigo, Organiser, Ninja and King Austin...

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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