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Three Fyzabad murders in a week
Posted: Saturday, August 2, 2014

Three Fyzabad murders in a week
Pepper Village heats up

Fyzabad police investigate two murders


I'm up to the challenge —Griffith
Newly-appointed Sport Minister Dr Rupert Griffith says he is ready and raring to go.

Marabella residents spend night on road
Oil spill aftermath

...No conspiracy, says Petrotrin chief
PETROTRIN'S president Khalid Hassanali said the information about tank MP6 given to the public by the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union (OWTU) was correct.

42 tanks high-risk
Roget after latest oil spill:

Patrons disappointed as Sizzla show cancelled
MANY people showed up for the Reggae By The Park concert featuring two popular Jamaican artistes at Guaracara Park, Pointe-a-Pierre, on Thursday, only to find out the show was cancelled.

Heavy rains leave Debe under water
New highway to blame, says Kublalsingh

Parade participants sing and dance through city streets
Wearing gorgeous Emancipation garb, about 25,000 celebrants and 80 communities paraded through the streets of Port of Spain yesterday.

PM notably absent again as Emancipation Day march fills city streets

Kambon: Reparations at the forefront
President of the Emancipation Support Committee Khafra Kambon has said the message for Emancipation celebrations 2014 is reparations, and Caribbean governments would need assistance from everyone.

Muslims march against violence in Middle East

Malala tells her story
Showing one person can in fact make a difference, Pakistani freedom fighter and activist Malala Yousafzai proved despite the challenging odds, her work, message and voice would not be silenced.

Nobel nominee calls out world leaders on Gaza

Double celebration in Tobago
Rains fail to dim Heritage Festival, Emancipation

Dominica PM: Go home, prepare for Bertha
Govt partially shuts down island as tropical storm bears down

TS Bertha no threat to TT
Trinidad and Tobago has no immediate cause for panic with Tropical Storm Bertha wreaking her way across the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.

LIAT cancels flights in region
... as the airline's operations continue to be impacted by the passage of Tropical Storm Bertha.

PM visits family of highway crash victims
A spiderman towel, a cap and his favourite toy are among the things which will be placed in the casket of 13-year-old Nyron Ramcharan today at his Rochard Road, Penal home.

Ghanaian loses bid to stay in T&T
...Immigration officials given 2 month deportation deadline

Truck driver guilty of raping US relative 10 times

Pensioner killed after death threats
DESPITE several reports made to the police about his life being threatened, pensioner Cosmos Hypolite was murdered after an altercation with a 31-year-old man.

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