DAY OF PAIN
Posted: Thursday, December 5, 2013
Nelson Mandela dead at 95
Nelson Mandela, the revered South African anti-apartheid icon who spent 27 years in prison, led his country to democracy and became its first black president, died Thursday at home. He was 95.
DAY OF PAIN
Keyana's mom at funeral: She was my bundle of joy
REST IN PEACE KEYANA
Diego Martin man, 21, shot dead outside workplace
A DIEGO MARTIN man who was employed at Peake Trading Ltd in Cocorite was gunned down yesterday morning just as he was about to enter his workplace.
Camille: My baggage same as Govt's
PNM leadership up to party, says Rowley on Pennelope's firing
$27b in fuel subsidy over last decade
Energy Minister Kevin Ramnarine, speaking on a motion to confirm the Excise Duty (Compressed Natural Gas) Order, 2013.
PM to respect Mahabir-Wyatt's 'task force' recommendations
Law can't prevent evil in the bedroom, says Rowley
...not of the view the law would have been able to save Keyana Cumberbatch.
Rowley on Penny's dismissal: It wasn't because she posed a threat to me
She is also lady vice-chairman of the party. Rowley said the speculation regarding her dismissal were "interesting reading, interesting thought but not the whole story." If there was one thing he had done as leader of the party, he said, it was to "open up the party to give members full control of its leadership and prevent incumbents from dominating the internal election process."
King's Wharf boardwalk unsafe
Don't be puppets of political drama
PM Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday cautioned former Caroni (1975) Ltd workers to beware of persons who use them as puppets in a political drama.
Majestic giraffes arrive
The Emperor Valley Zoo in Port-of-Spain has two new stars
Police maintain 'immediate' search made for Keyana
...DPP to determine what charge to be laid against suspect
Witness denies fabricating charges against Akile Simon
THE main witness in a case against former journalist Akile Simon has denied fabricating the arms and ammunition charges against him as payback for several articles the ex-crime reporter had written prior to his arrest.
No gag order on Calder Hart
Judge: 'Guardian' report inaccurate...
Fishermen found by Venezuelans
TWO Trini fishermen who sent out a distress call to the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard on Tuesday that their pirogue, named Catalina was drifting towards Venezuela
Latest: Murder suspect rushed to Mt Hope Hospital
Yesterday was the second time the suspect had to be rushed to hospital suffering from the same condition.
Military court martial dissolved, to be re-convened at later date
A military court-martial in which five members of the Trinidad and Tobago Regiment yesterday appeared, was dissolved
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