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Siblings, 2, 4, perish in fire
Posted: Friday, December 2, 2016

Siblings, 2, 4, perish in fire
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FBI nabs Trinis in high seas drug bust...

CARPHA: Ending AIDS requires major effort

11,000 people in T&T living with disease
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) statistics have indicated the Caribbean has the second highest adult prevalence rate of 1.1 per cent globally and an estimated 250,000 people living with HIV/AIDS.

Bad health, bad Economy
SOME $6 billion is lost in productivity each year as a result of the population's unhealthy eating habits, according to Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh

Deyalsingh: Govt investing $630m on ambulances

Matelot begs for help
Up to midday yesterday, "not one bottle of water" had reached the cut off east coast village of Matelot, which was devastated by heavy rains Wednesday, says distressed village council president, Anderson Zoe.

Matelot still cut-off

Relief is coming

PM peeved at media stats
... PNM support fell off by only 8 per cent

Rowley: Grande is ours
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley reiterated his confidence that the ruling People's National Movement (PNM) will retain control of the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation.

Tobago elections up next

TT, Venezuela to sign gas agreement
AN important agreement for natural gas from Venezuela to be processed in this country will be signed on Monday.

Elias donates libel money to charities
CHAIRMAN of NH International (Caribbean) Limited, Emile Elias, yesterday gave away $900,000 to 14 civil society organisations.

Wrong body at funeral
MOURNERS at a San Juan funeral yesterday were shocked to discover, during a funeral service for their deceased relative contained the body of a stranger.

Attorney: Court judgements impacting business
ATTORNEY Derek Ali, on Wednesday, proposed that the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the business sector should lobby for pro-business judges to be appointed to the Industrial Court to balance

3 SRPs held for extortion
A Diego Martin businessman complained to police that he was approached last Sunday by the three SRPs who told him he had to pay them $4,500 every Monday for a month or else he would be detained and handed over to Immigration Department for harbouring illegal Venezuelans

Anil 'Punko' Sankar, 24, missing
Relatives yesterday noted that since Sunday, Sankar "just disappeared" and no one seems to know his whereabouts.

Woman shoots man
POLICE were last night searching for a woman who shot a man yesterday afternoon along busy Henry Street in Port-of- Spain.

Deportee shot in head
A UNITED States deportee, shot in the head on Wednesday night at Point Fortin, survived the incident and remains warded at hospital up to last evening

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