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Authorities look for...

Cocaine in goat belly

The drug smuggling trade has taken a new dimension as a goat and a pig— believed to be smuggled into the country from Venezuela—were being tested to determine if they were fed cocaine pellets.

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Two more murders push toll to 533

The homicide figure has climbed to 533 as the country recorded two more murders.

Irate Chag vendors want selling space

...blame non-nationals for crime spree

Angry street vendors marched to the offices of Chaguanas Mayor Surujrattan Rambachan yesterday, demanding that they get a place to peddle their goods for the Christmas season.

Bharath expected home for Christmas

UNC MP Vasant Bharath successfully underwent angiography and angioplasty procedures on the arteries of his heart yesterday, UNC MP Dr Tim Gopeesingh confirmed.

AG urges full support for CCJ

Attorney General Bridgid Annisette-George says the global financial crisis heightens the need for Caribbean countries to support the full implementation of the Caribbean Court of Justice.

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Fed cuts key rate to near zero

In its latest effort to try and stimulate the US economy, the US central bank, the Federal Reserve, yesterday cut its key interest rate to a range of between zero per cent and 0.25 per cent, and said it expects to keep rates near that unprecedented low level for some time to come.

A very special Christmas

The students of Cedar Grove School, in Palmiste, recently held their Christmas concert at Naparima Bowl, San Fernando on December 10.

Injury cripples Black Caps

NAPIER—Already rocked by the loss of all-rounder Jacob Oram, New Zealand has been hit by two new injury worries ahead of the decisive final Test against West Indies starting here Friday.

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Credit Union scare

After HCU crash, proposed new laws spread dread among unions

Even as Kairi Consultants Ltd, in a study done for Tecu Credit Union, pointed to the “liquidity and insolvency crisis” of the Hindu Credit Union (HCU),

Celebrity Christmas

It’s all about the love for Fireball

Christmas. My favourite time of the year. It’s a time for giving and togetherness.

Never a dull moment in T&T football

The past two weeks have been seemingly bitter for the followers of footballers in this country, mainly because the national team’s failure to qualify for the Gold Cup tournament next year.

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