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Freed killers go after big bucks

Seven killers, who were freed last year after being unlawfully detained, are going after the State, seeking millions of dollars in compensation for being kept behind bars without justification.

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Ramesh: ‘Life’ for child molesters not new

Former Attorney General Ramesh Maharaj says government is engaged in a public relations exercise by trying to fool the population that the Children's Bill was for the first time imposing life in jail for persons who sexually abuse children.

Granny rescued from Belmont fire

A family of 11 is now homeless after a fire gutted their house at Percy Street in Belmont, yesterday.

Gang warfare takes another life

Gang warfare continued on Monday night when a 21-year-old man was shot dead at Angelina Terrace in Morvant

Blue Waters sues Trini Posse boss

The popular Trini Posse group is now facing a legal battle in the Port-of-Spain High Court. Blue Waters Products Limited has sued Quintessa Limited and its director, Dr Nigel Camacho, for breach of contract and the refund of US $200,000, among other things.

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Watch out for higher interest rates, says analyst

General manager of Caribbean Money Market Brokers Securities and Asset Management Limited (CMMB), Brent Salvary, said yesterday that the Central Bank of T&T’s recent attempt to absorb excess liquidity in the local economy will not neutralise the effects of government spending.

The way to teach

Many teachers argue each year about a salary increase and perhaps, rightfully so, however, when it comes to teaching, it shouldn’t always be about how much money you make, but rather how many lives you affect.

T&T beaten in thriller

England maintained their winning run in the Stanford Series, beating T&T by one run in the final warm-up.

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Indian trade fair boom

…as local merchants feel the pinch

Indian goods have never been more popular.

Plenty Peppa at La Ibiza

One of the newest clubs in Port-of-Spain opened its doors on Tragarete Road, Woodbrook, on October 7, to spread the gospel of positive vibrations. Held at Casa la Ibiza, the production Peppa.

Sancho is back

Former national footballer Brent Sancho made his official return to local football last Thursday, but not in the capacity for which he’s known and loved—as a member of the Soca Warriors.

 

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