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Judge: $1 user fee at City Gate illegal

$51m for maxi drivers

High Court judge Mustapha Ibrahim dealt the Government a serious blow yesterday when he ordered that it repay to 2,000 maxi operators, the $1 user fee which the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) had illegally collected from them over the past seven years...

 

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Labour Day lime ends in tragedy...

Three killed in crash

Kevin Cedeno had not slept for two nights...

UNC-A activist not daunted by shooting

‘Post soldiers, cops at all hot spots’

Radio presenter Andy Williams, whose wife was shot yesterday at the couple’s home in Bagatelle, Diego Martin, maintains he fully supports the joint police and army presence in Richplain and Diego Martin...

Politician’s wife shot in Diego

SOON after UNC activist Andy Williams went on CNC3 yesterday morning, saying he was glad for the presence of soldiers in Diego Martin, his wife was shot by a man outside their Bagatelle home...

Ex-lawman gunned down

Former policeman John Nicholls went across to his neighbour’s house to get water early yesterday morning...

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Food prices drive inflation up again

The inflation rate rose to ten per cent last month, according to a statement issued yesterday by the Central Bank...

Campbell sentenced for air rage

LONDON, England Supermodel Naomi Campbell has been sentenced to 200 hours of community service after pleading guilty to assaulting two police officers following an “air rage” incident at London’s Heathrow Airport...

Marshall’s fireworks earn West Indies win

BRIDGETOWN—Opener Xavier Marshall blasted a boundary-studded 36 off 15 balls and led West Indies to a convincing seven-wicket win over Australia in a historic one-off Twenty20 international in Barbados yesterday...

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Can labour unite?

Steve Rogers, 36, (not his real name) has been a checker at a government ministry for 17 years...

Tears flow as queen feels cheated

Felicia Dos Santo, 22, placing fifth in the eighth annual Miss Labour Day Queen Pageant, feels that she was cheated out of winning the title...

Defeat against Bermuda,

Major pain

Yes! I saw and felt the pain of defeat on Sunday night when we lost the opening match against Bermuda. Like most Trinis, the pain of defeat tends to have this eternally dreadful memory of failure...

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Partly Cloudy Tonights Low: 25° 20%
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