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Woman hit by soldier’s bullet:

Pay me for my pain

A 21-year-old woman who was accidentally shot in her right leg by a member of the T&T Defence Force is threatening legal action if she’s not properly compensated for her injuries and suffering...

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Container racket bust at Pt Lisas Port

Officers of the Anti-Corruption Investigation Bureau (ACIB) believe they have uncovered a major racket involving the stealing of containers from the Pt Lisas Port, following the arrest of several Plipdeco employees...

US urged to extradite Venezuelan terrorist

A CALL has been made to the United States to extradite a Venezuelan-born terrorist to Venezuela for the bombing of a Cubana aircraft 31 years ago...

OWTU head mulls election ‘campaign’

PRESIDENT General of the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union (OWTU) Errol Mc Leod has warned that he may mount a political platform in the upcoming general election...

Tobago’s newest millionaire

A Tobago man, in his mid-60s is the country’s latest Lotto Plus millionaire...


BP chief quits in gay scandal

Lord Browne of Madingley stepped down as chief executive officer of BP Plc yesterday three months earlier than planned...

Triumph over trials

WPC Suad Sefontes has what almost every woman dreams of having—a family, her own house, a car and a permanent job...

Aanensen supports Sarwan

BRIDGETOWN—West Indies Cricket Board’s chief executive, Bruce Aanensen says Ramnaresh Sarwan’s on-the-field leadership, knowledge of the game and team influence were the factors behind the 26-year old’s elevation to West Indies captain...

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Trinis grab for Tobago land

More Trinidadians are buying up land in Tobago than foreigners, say real estate agents and a valuer...

Offshore prisoners put on brilliant kaiso show

The Offshore Calypso Tent struck land last Wednesday at De Nu Pub in Woodbrook when inmates from Carrera Island Prison performed kaiso for a curious audience...

Australia v Sri Lanka, World Cup final, Barbados

'Big Daddies' toy with the world

There will be enough of it about so let us get it out of the way as quickly as possible...

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