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Shocked by T&TEC wire...
‘Prayer pulled me through’

Burn victim Adlina Diaz said she did not stop praying while 230 volts of electricity were running through her body.

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Twenty-five minutes before help arrived

Venezuelan national Adlina Diaz, 61, was walking near TSTT’s Henry Street office in downtown Port-of-Spain about 11.30 am yesterday, when a live T&TEC wire sparked, broke, fell and snaked itself around her. She escaped being electrocuted.

Mom of murdered guard: They planned to kill my son

Hours before learning about the tragic death of her son, Davis Noel, Joyce Henry had a premonition.

Murder toll climbs to 346

The murder toll climbed to 346 yesterday after four men were killed in separate incidents on Monday afternoon.

Top Cop goes after illegal guns

Amidst a spiralling murder rate, the Police Service is moving swiflty to deal with the proliferation of guns in the country, says acting Police Commissioner James Philbert.

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‘Fraud and forgery’

in construction sector, claims UWI engineering alum

President of the University of the West Indies (UWI) Engineering Alumni, Clyde Phillip, said yesterday that the construction industry is awash with unqualified and non-certified persons

Bravo forges ahead

His eyes are on the prize. His mind is focused. His body is fit. Dwayne Bravo has taken the cricketing world by storm.

Quow qualifies for today’s 400m final

As he sat on the one available chair, before the third and last qualifying heat in the men’s 400 metres, he did not look as threatening as the other athletes around.

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Fishing’s bleak future

South and Central fishermen fear their way of life may soon be gone forever

At six am on Monday the Claxton Bay fishing depot was almost deserted.

Can we stave off a slowdown?

One of the interesting things about globalisation...

Pan emancipation

Maybe this may sound like whimsical thinking, but my report for the first half of 2008, shows a phenomenal rise in pan activity.

Only God could have stopped Bolt

The Beijing Olympic Games is into its final week.

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Extended forecast Hi/Lo (°C) Precip. %
Wednesday
Aug 20
T-Storms Early Tonights Low: 24° 60%
Thursday
Aug 21
Scattered T-Storms High: 31° Low: 25° 60%
Friday
Aug 22
Scattered T-Storms High: 31° Low: 24° 60%
Saturday
Aug 23
Scattered T-Storms High: 32° Low: 24° 30%
Sunday
Aug 24
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