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Storm leaves 13 dead
Posted: Thursday, December 26, 2013

Storm leaves 13 dead
STORM strength torrential rainfall associated with a trough system over the Windward Islands on Christmas Eve wrecked havoc and resulted in at least 13 deaths - eight in St Vincent and five in neighbouring St Lucia

Christmas Disaster
... 18 Dead in 3 Islands

Deaths in C'bean: T&T spared brunt of wet weather
TRINIDAD and Tobago was spared the damaging winds and rain which wreaked havoc on other Caribbean islands between Christmas Eve and yesterday

Ryan returns home
Christmas miracle in Sea Lots

New leak in Moruga
ANOTHER oil spill was discovered yesterday, this time in Moruga, adding to five others last week along the south-western coast of Trinidad.

IMAGES OF THE OIL SPILL DISASTER show devastation along the La Brea coastline

Aboud calls for Petrotrin shutdown
A call to shut down the operations of Petrotrin and investigate its board has come from Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS)

MSJ: Spill caused by 'failure in management'

The challenges of fighting crime
CRIME maintained its position in 2013 as arguably the number one problem facing Trinidad and Tobago.

Howai: T&T credit rating holds steady
Minister of Finance and the Economy Larry Howai yesterday confirmed that Standard & Poor's (S&P) has affirmed its A/A-1 long and short-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings on Trinidad and Tobago.

Chequebook diplomacy
The leaders of eight Caribbean nations toasted a new friend - Xi Jinping, China's president - at a private luncheon this summer in Port of Spain, the capital of Trinidad and Tobago.

Mediation centre, gym for homeless

TT's virtual police
THE Ministry of National Security will soon be launching a new crime fighting initiative similar to the "555" and "800-TIPS" programme

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