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Dad killed in crash

Denzil Edwards met death yesterday, one week before his daughter’s christening, when his car crashed into the barriers of the Solomon Hochoy Highway and flipped four times.

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4.3 earthquake shakes T&T

An earthquake measuring 4.3 on the Richter Scale was felt at 8.55 am yesterday morning in parts of north, south, central and east Trinidad.

Imbert: $30m to fix Diego Martin River

Even as he praised the Highways Division of his ministry for plugging a gaping hole of about 200 cubic metres on the Diego Martin Highway within 36 hours, Works and Transport Minister Colm Imbert said yesterday that about $30 million.

Hundreds trapped as hillside caves into road

Heavy rains brought a deluge of mud and slush into properties at Lachoos Road, Penal, on Saturday night, after a hillside, which was being excavated, caved in, blocking the entire roadway.

Landslides block roads in North

Motorists are being advised against using the Lady Young and Saddle Roads and parts of the North Coast Road which are being cleared of landslide debris, in the wake of recent heavy rains.

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NFFA says give mega farms to small farmers

Research and education officer of the National Foodcrop Farmers’ Association, Norris Deonarine, says small farmers do not have security of tenure over the lands.

Ring de bell for Christmas

She stands in the shade of Mode Alive, munching popcorn. With a wide smile, she introduces herself as Sister D, adding, “The D is for Duntin.” Dressed in a white hat, white blouse, grey skirt, black shoes and stockings.

Windies stumble

Fast bowler Fidel Edwards grabbed his first seven-wicket haul in Tests to foil New Zealand’s advance but West Indies were wobbling at the close of a topsy-turvy third day of the decisive second Test at McLean Park yesterday.

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Energy’s volatile future

It’s a reality check the Government didn’t want to admit: from last year’s brimming coffers of energy wealth to this year’s declining revenues.

 

Mixty Motions of Ralph MacDonald

Percussionist Ralph MacDonald is visual and sometimes quietly intense, but always expressive. His CD is a compendium of unique island and conventional percussive rhythms.

 

 

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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