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Hunters find Nadia's body in bamboo patch
Posted: Thursday, February 2, 2017

25-year-old woman's decomposing body was found in a shallow grave in some bushes in Santa Flora.

Hunters find Nadia's body in bamboo patch
Suspect kept in custody

...Cops: She was reported missing Sunday
Police yesterday issued a release regarding the "tragic discovery" of a body believed to be missing Siparia woman Nadia Simms.

Calls for Govt to hold talks with US now as Trinis quizzed, visas cancelled

...Driver to appear in court today
KELVIN LEWIS, the driver of the car that slammed into a family of four, killing a mother and her two sons, is expected to appear before an Arima magistrate today.

Mom, sons laid to rest

Chutney Soca funding slashed, Finalists vying for smaller prizes
The cut is by 75 per cent—from $4.5 million in 2015 and $3.5 million in 2016, the figure is down to $1.18 million this year.

Junior Calypso Monarch launches
First Citizens head, Brand and Marketing, Larry Olton said the bank continues to invest over $1.5 million in the future of calypso to preserve it for generations.

Faith group helped my in-law deal with HIV
MINISTER in the Office of the Prime Minister, Ayanna Webster Roy, hailed a religious organisation in Tobago for helping one of her relatives to cope when he had contracted the HIV virus.

THA issues 'Cow Itch' advisory
Cow itch problems normally experienced during each dry season, from December 1 to June 30 the following year)

6 weeks after being charged with bank worker's murder, Police file yet to reach DPP's office

Ex-cop: Police using time to study law
...a major contributing factor to the low detection rate is that the TT Police Service has more law students than the Sir Hugh Wooding Law School.

DOMA to Govt, law enforcement: Get your act together

Electronic monitoring for prisoners
AN ELECTRONIC monitoring system for prison inmates is expected to be in place by the end of May

Body found in Tunapuna drain
An autopsy is expected to take place today at the Forensic Science Centre in St James to confirm how 56-year-old Enrico Penco died.

Tattoo helps family ID headless man
The man found with his head and hands severed in Arima last Saturday has been identified as 24-year-old Christopher Khan

Man dies after third attempt on his life
Shortly after midnight yesterday, Keston Joseph and his sibling, were at a house party along Upper Seventh Avenue, Barataria, when a man armed with a firearm arrived on the scene.

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