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Businessman snatched

Businessman Naail Ali had taken every precaution to guard against kidnappers, by restricting his party life and securing his home and business place...

Teacher charged with fondling schoolgirls

Primary school teacher Albert Dookie appeared in the Chaguanas Magistrates’ Court yesterday, charged with indecently assaulting four female pupils at the Tabaquite Presbyterian Primary School...

No neurosurgeon at Sando hospital; patients in danger

An accident victim is among six patients requiring neurosurgery at the San Fernando General Hospital, whose lives are at risk...

Afrocentric Anglican priest dies at 62

Afrocentric Anglican priest Cannon Clive Richard Leslie Griffith, who was censured for his unorthodox method of prayer, has died at the age of 62...

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Fuel subsidy trebbles to $6 billion

As Govt shields motorists, citizens from surging oil prices

Government's fuel subsidy should spike to $6 billion by the end of the fiscal year...

ISPS premieres

Disney High School Musical

Following in the footsteps of Grease and The Sound of Music, comes the modern day musical of the 21st century—Disney’s High School Musical...

Carew says Bravo must bat at No7

Former selector believes WI does not have right balance

FORMER West Indies opening batsman and selector Joey Carew believes that the West Indies cricket team does not have the right balance and hence the results are not what they would expect...

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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...

A glorious time for Signal Hill choir

Glorious, the Signal Hill Alumni Choir (SHAC) 2008 presentation carded for June 22, at the Vanguard Hotel (formerly Hilton Tobago), will be held under the distinguished patronage of the Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly Orville London...

Our path to

WORLD CUP SOUTH AFRICA

The taste of World Cup Germany 2006 is still very much on our lips and this magnificent experience has brought to the people of this country, a spirit of patriotism, a desire to reach further, and most importantly, an image which our young people can catapult into a driving gear for a better sporting life...

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Extended forecast Hi/Lo (°C) Precip. %
Wednesday
Jun 11
Scattered T-Storms Tonights Low: 24° 40%
Thursday
Jun 12
Scattered T-Storms High: 32° Low: 24° 60%
Friday
Jun 13
T-Showers High: 32° Low: 24° 60%
Saturday
Jun 14
Isolated T-Storms High: 33° Low: 24° 30%
Sunday
Jun 15
Isolated T-Storms High: 33° Low: 24° 30%
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