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Murder, mayhem in Bartica

Bartica, the administrative centre for Region Seven in Guyana, was a virtual ghost town yesterday, as residents stayed behind locked doors, after a night of murder and mayhem, reminiscent of the Lusignan massacre two weeks ago...


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Infant among four shot in Maloney

A 13-month-old baby girl, who was shot when gunmen opened fire outside Building 16 in Maloney on Sunday, is warded in the Intensive Care Unit at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex...

Five-year-old girl perishes in fire

A KEROSENE lamp may be the source of the fire which claimed the life of a five-year-old girl on Sunday night...

Traffic woes in T&T

Imbert: Car-pooling can help ease stress

As traffic congestion continues to worsen, Works and Transport Minister Colm Imbert is advising commuters to start car-pooling...

20 illegal Guyanese held in Point Fortin

Following Sunday’s massacre in Guyana—in which 12 people were killed—20 Guyanese living illegally in Trinidad have been arrested...



No rise in chicken prices—Nutrimix

Vice president of the Nutrimix Group of Companies Ronnie Mohammed, yesterday assured consumers that Nutrimix has no intention of increasing its chicken prices at this time or in the near future...

Master distiller

...tells it all

With the abundance of rhymes and ditties dedicated to the topic of rum or rum-drinking; from Kitchener’s internationally renowned Drink Ah Rum to the more recent Bring It by Chutney singer Hunter; it is hard to believe that this liquor—popular in the Caribbean—has been suffering internationally as “the poor cousin of the spirits family,” habitually overlooked in favour of more celebrated brands such as Scotch whisky and cognac...

South Africa outplays Windies at Youth WC

KUALA LUMPUR–South Africa used Riley Roussouw’s unbeaten half century and a strong all-round performance to beat West Indies by three wickets in their crucial first-round Under-19 Cricket World Cup match yesterday...

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Turning things around at Pt Lisas port

The Government has given no precise timetable on its plans for the construction of a mega port east of Port-of-Spain...

Celebration time with Phase II

Petrotrin Phase II Pan Groove got the impetus to win this year’s Panorama title when the panel of adjudicators placed the band second to Neal and Massy Trinidad All Stars at the “semis,” according to Errol Skerritt manager of the band...

African cup of nations at a glance

ACCRA, Ghana — Egypt won its sixth African Cup of Nations title, and second in a row, by beating Cameroon 1-0 Sunday in the final...

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Feb 19
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