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Anand Ramlogan
Dana Seetahal
Dennis Pantin
Dr Hamid Ghany
Ira Mathur
Lennox Grant
Martin George
Peter Quentrall-Thomas

Simon Lee

The killings continue...

Two more murders—in Sangre Grande and Couva—between Friday night and yesterday morning, have pushed the toll for the week to 15, and the rate for the year to 224...


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Ramesh: Fire Minister Joseph!

Opposition chief whip Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj says Prime Minister Patrick Manning’s first order of business, in the spate of rising crime, is to fire Minister of National Security Martin Joseph...

Murders during the past week

Bernadette Juanita Jacob, 43, stabbed to death in Diego Martin by her common-law husband, Kenneth St Clair...

‘Support for foreign CoP not guaranteed’

If a foreigner is selected for the post of Commissioner of Police (CoP), the Police Social and Welfare Association cannot guarantee the support of its members, says a disgruntled Emrol Bruce, head of the association...

Hazel confident crime will fade

Local Government Minister Hazel Manning is confident the country’s spiralling crime rate will come to an end at some point...


T&T crime turns back Liat

The seemingly unstoppable crime rate in Trinidad is causing serious grief to regional airline Liat...

URP Sports Day incident-free

STAFFERS of Ministry of Works and Transport Unemployment Relief Programme (URP) held their annual Sports and Family Day on May 31, at the Eddie Hart Recreation Grounds in Tacarigua...

Soca Warriors, Reggae Boyz draw 1-1

A last minute penalty by second-half substitue Luton Shelton secured a 1-1 draw for the Reggae Boyz of Jamaica against host T&T at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya, yesterday...

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Pirates outlawed

New law, stiffer fines have them running scared

The four wooden racks leaning against the wall of a building on Prince Street, Port-of-Spain, displaying pirated DVDs, is a sight so common that it could just as well have been on the main street of any city or sizeable town in the country...

Positive vibes at Coliseum

Trinbagonians, but particularly Tobagonians, have a new rising star...


England’s victory

a great lesson

It was certainly a commemorative moment which celebrated the hundredth anniversary of Football in the twin Island State...

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