Murder-suicide rocks Trincity
Posted: Monday, August 29, 2016
Murder-suicide rocks Trincity
The worst fears of Rosemarie Blackburn's two adult children were realised yesterday when they heard a single gunshot in their home and within seconds discovered their mother dead lying on the bathroom floor of their Trincity home.
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Mark Loquan appointed new NGC president
SEC sends FCB IPO to DPP
THE SECURITIES and Exchange Commission has referred its findings in relation to the First Citizens Bank (FCB) initial public offering (IPO) of 2013 to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, the new SEC chairman Douglas Mendes SC confirmed last week.
CDA board meets following resignation
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Man who fretted over fine goes to jail
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'Crime Watch' suspended after Alleyne's on-air comments
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Who killed Apphia and why?
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No one saw
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Freddie Kissoon dies at home
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NCIC head lauds Daaga
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Robinson-Regis calls Orisha to guide errant youths
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Woodland vendors plead hardship
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La Brea fishermen demand investigation results
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Imam slams Dillon for 'political' crime walkabout
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1,000 more cops to fight crime
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More CCTV needed for safer Chaguanas
Work slows after 4 workers suspended on fraud charges
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Life changing potential of organ donations
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Strange text messages from murdered bank supervisor
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