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Police return to Diego Martin....

Ten more quizzed in Vindra search

POLICE have quizzed more than 80 people in their continuing search for kidnapped business executive Vindra Naipaul-Coolman...

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DHANRAJ SINGH FRAUD INQUIRY

‘Star’ witness a no-show

THE “star” witness in the Dhanraj Singh preliminary inquiry has again failed to show up in court...

Vindra kidnapping fraud charges

Accused wants back $$ seized by police

An attorney representing a 32-year-old woman accused of defrauding the husband of missing kidnap victim Vindra Naipaul-Coolman of thousands of dollars, complained that items seized from his client had not been returned to her...

Manning gets preliminary report...

Monteil probe continues

Prime Minister Patrick Manning says he has received a preliminary report following an investigation into Home Mortgage Bank (HMB) chairman Andre Monteil’s acquisition of HMB shares...

Akon apologises to Danah

AMERICAN rapper Akon has offered an apology to Danah Alleyne almost a month after causing the Chaguanas teenager international embarrassment over a raunchy dance onstage at a Port-of-Spain nightclub...

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Govt recovers $10 million from Piarco fraudsters

Attorney General John Jeremie has said that by tomorrow Government will have recovered TT$10,892,610 from US businessmen who pleaded guilty to fraud in the Piarco Airport project...

Come ... for family fun

THE ultimate outdoor movie experience is here and it’s expected to change the face of outdoor movie entertainment...

Findlay eyes results

BRIDGETOWN—West Indies manager Mike Findlay is focussed on his mission to England with the team, despite facing criticism that he is too old to manage the side...

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Fighting High Food Prices

The Government’s plan to combat high food prices through the bulk buying of food is intended only as an emergency intervention, the chief executive officer of the National Agricultural Marketing and Development Company (Namdevco) has said...

 

Defence forces host-top class kaiso show

The safest place to be last Wednesday night was at De Nu Pub when they hosted Sting Promotions Law and Order Kaiso show, featuring calypsonians who also protect, serve, and defend the nation...

 

Sarwan’s challenge

...on a strange tour

The expectations are high, especially with both President of the West Indies Cricket Board, Ken Gordon, and Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Annansen, suggesting that the entire West Indies team, from Ramnaresh Sarwan downwards, would be operating under new rules of engagement...

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