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Son finds WPC mom lying in pool of blood

Seven-year-old Brandon Dhanessar woke up yesterday and found his mother’s corpse lying in a pool of blood on the kitchen floor.

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Radio 94.1 FM: Suspensions not because of PM

Vice President of Operations at 94.1 FM O’Brian Haynes says the radio station did not suspend a newscaster and an announcer because Prime Minister Patrick Manning lodged a complaint.

Tobago teacher on drugs charges granted bail

A Tobago teacher appeared before Scarborough Magistrate Annette Mc Kenzie yesterday, charged with the possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.

Uproar at P Town Senior Comp

Pandemonium broke out in Princes Town Senior Comprehensive School yesterday, when teachers were forced to hide in the principal’s office to escape a barrage of bottles, stones and pieces of wood.

No bail for teen charged with attempted murder

An Arouca teenager charged with the attempted murder of a policeman was refused bail yesterday by an Arima magistrate.


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Chamber, SATT deny responsibility for high food prices

The T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce said yesterday it was “highly unrealistic” to expect an immediate lowering of local food prices because of the fall of global food prices.

Sweet pan alive in Aripo hills

The hills are alive with the sound of music—the hills of the Heights of Aripo, that is.

Joe Public fires coach Griffith

Former Barbados coach, Keith Griffith, is no longer head coach of Joe Public senior football team.

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T&T and the global financial crisis

TTMA head: Govt spending plans may be unsustainable

President of the T&T Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA), Karen De Montbrun, has warned that T&T could face an unsustainable national budget because of government’s spending plans for next year.

Sweet soca, rapso rain at Freedom concert

Sweet soca, rapso and a bit of reggae drenched all who attend the United Nations Concert for Human Rights and Justice entitled Freedom Rain at the Tsunami Beach Club in Chaguaramas last Saturday.

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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