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Killers rampage
Posted: Monday, December 5, 2016

Killers rampage
Six slain on bloody weekend

Plumber killed at friend's wake
Hours after the decomposing body of Claxton Bay crab catcher Anil Sankar was found in a latrine, his neighbour Troy James was gunned down outside his wake on Saturday night.

Bandits kill businessman in Mayaro
A robbery in Mayaro ended in death on Saturday night as two gunmen fatally shot a businessman after relieving him of a quantity of cash and cigarettes.

PM Rowley signs gas deal today
Trinidad and Tobago's estimated one billion cubic feet (bcf) natural gas deficit is today one step closer to becoming a thing of the past

CARICOM SG: Focus on HIV combination prevention
While the Caribbean continues to see increased numbers of persons being placed on treatment for HIV/ AIDS, the recent 2015 UNAIDS Prevention Report highlights an increase in new infection in the region

100,000 flu shots on offer
At a cost of US$5 per shot the Health Ministry is offering 100,000 flu shots against the deadliest strains of the virus at the current onset of this country's flu season (at a total cost of about $3 million)

Fidel buried in giant boulder

Private farewell for Castro

Businesses suffering
As small businesses struggle to clear their overseas debts, president of the Penal/Debe Chamber of Commerce, Shiva Roopnarine, is calling for more equity in the distribution of foreign exchange.

Economic rough seas for T&T
Chaguanas Chamber boss on 2016

Chambers upset at lack of patrols for Christmas

Cry from Madamas
The Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation and the Ministry of Works and Transport will today resume clearing of mud, rocks and other debris that blocked the roadway in Madamas

Brasso Seco cries for flood relief

Desperadoes in Haiti relief drive
The members of Desperadoes Steel Orchestra will today begin packing a container with supplies to be sent to Haiti, and are also mobilising to assist in the recovery of Matelot.

Garcia: Denominational boards must play greater role
WHILE acknowledging that the Ministry of Education would continue to fully fund the construction and refurbishment of all primary and secondary schools

Police probe sexual touching of 7-year-old girl
According to reports, the school girl told her teacher that sometime between September 1 and 30, 2016, she went to the Cedros home of her grandparents where her uncle fondled her.

Freed Trini Muslim to appeal case
Jamal (Dominic) Petilal, as one of five Trini Muslims imprisoned in a Venezuelan jail for two years and eight months and charged for espionage

Suspect held in cop's shooting
A 30-year-old La Horquetta man was arrested on Saturday afternoon in connection with the shooting of police constable Hakeem Blake.

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