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Javelin bronze for T&T
Posted: Sunday, August 21, 2016

Javelin bronze for T&T
Defending 2012 London Olympic Games javelin champion Keshorn Walcott failed to repeat his feat and had to settle for the bronze medal during the men's finals at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,

...Kamla showers praise on 'undisputed champion'

Boy, 9, gunned down going for food
A nine-year-old boy was caught in a crossfire between drug dealers and shot dead near his home in La Romaine, on Friday.

Girl dies in blaze: mom in hospital
A six-year-old girl died in a fire at her Laventille home while her mother who attempted to rescue her remained at the Port of Spain General Hospital's Intensive Care Unit in critical condition last night.

Ex-convict shot dead near home

Rambharat promises salaries for reforestation workers

Kamla: T&T will return to outhouse days
POLITICAL leader of the United National Congress Kamla Persad-Bissessar says the ruling People's National Movement (PNM) will soon implement the Property Tax Act which will be based on the number of bathrooms and windows built in a house.

PM: Republic holiday national day of prayer
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has declared September 24 (Republic Day) a national day of prayer.

...Republic prayer day again

Tourism Secretary wants 'all hands on deck'
Tobago's 2015-2016 cruise ship season, which closed in May, was one of the best in the island's history, bringing ashore roughly 106,000 people.

Millions needed to repair Napa defects
Two years after it was closed due to structural flaws, the National Academy for Performing Arts (Napa) remains closed and is not likely to reopen anytime soon.

The high cost of 'free' education
A single parent, Charles, who has a son entering Form Two in Fatima College, has to spend $3,959.44 on the book list alone. He needs additional money for school uniforms, shoes, book bags and other necessities to equip his son for the school term.

ATM users beware
AUTOMATED Teller Machine (ATM) users beware. Fraud squad officers have noted an increase in ATM fraud both locally and internationally.

Terror expert warns: Isis has foothold in T&T

Police foil another South kidnapping
Officers of the Southern Division, for the second time in one week, managed to successfully foil another kidnapping, this time of three men in Princes Town.

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