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Mourners taunt policewoman as... Slain pastor laid to rest

A mourner attending the funeral service of Pastor Brian Pierre had to be restrained yesterday as he threatened to approach the front row where a policewoman—a “close friend” of the late pastor—was sitting.

Health Minister hints at possibility of Decanting centre for Sando hospital

In an effort to ease the overcrowding crisis at the San Fernando General Hospital, a temporary decanting centre might be set up in the hospital’s car park by the end of the year.

Parliament resumes with Govt before committee

Parliament resumes tomorrow with at least 33 questions down for Oral Answer.

Accused lawyer cries malicious prosecution

Attorney Leon Gookool says his rights are being “violated flagrantly.”

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Yachties fuel impasse resolved

Cruisers to pay international price for diesel

An impasse over the sale of subsidised diesel fuel which has kept hundreds of yachties stranded in T&T over the past two weeks, was resolved yesterday with local authorities arranging to sell the yachties fuel at international (unsubsidised) prices which would be more than six times what they previously paid.

Life as a tattooist

“I think most artists, like me, tend to be forgetful,” Terry, the tattooist, admits.

Joe Public through to group stage

....Richardson breaches New England Revs defence

FOXBOROUGH — Guyanese Gregory Richardson delivered a polished three-goal performance that pushed T&T’s Joe Public to a stunning 4-0 win over the New England Revolution in their Concacaf Champions League match Tuesday night.

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Yachties caught in Fuel clampdown

Customs Dept moves against illegal sale of subsidised diesel

A group of operators of locally-registered vessels have been taking advantage of ...

Patrons gather for the love of music

Despite inclement weather, music lovers gathered at Christ Church, Cascade to hear For The Love Of Music, an intimate soiree with the Port-of-Spain Arts Piano Trio: Alan Cooper (piano) Pierre Leiba (violin) and Christon Grant (cello).

Journey to South Africa continues

Now that the euphoria of the Beijing Olympics has subsided, the eyes of the sports fans will be focused once more on the path of the Soca Warriors towards the target of reaching the World Cup Finals in South Africa.

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