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Posted: Monday, April 24, 2017

A one-year-old child is now an orphan, after both her parents died in an accident on the Churchill Roosevelt Highway near PriceSmart, just before noon yesterday.

Baby orphaned as parents die in crash on CR Highway

No red flag on US businessman's return to T&T

Moonilal: Govt wasting $$ on audits
THE Government must reveal which company was paid some $10 million to audit the National Gas Company (NGC).

UWI lecturer: This is a disaster
IMF slashes growth estimates; S&P downgrades T&T

BATT on S&P downgrade Diversification now essential

Smooth start for 'Transporter'
'Galicia' replacement sets off

Cuffie: Payment of pensions in timely manner
Revamped system coming

'Draconian and heartless'
Members of Ummah T&T together with other concerned citizens, yesterday launched an anti-property tax movement with a motorcade through the streets of Chaguanas.

Young: The Dragon is coming
MINISTER in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young on Friday said events taking place in Venezuela have not affected ongoing efforts to conclude a gas sales agreement for that country's Dragon Field by July.

Gopeesingh: 'A new level of ineptness'
Former Education Minister Dr. Tim Gopeesingh has accused Education Minister Anthony Garcia of embarrassing the University of the West Indies (UWI) by prematurely announcing the selection of businessman Robert Bermudez as the new UWI Chancellor.

'It too hot'
A decision to house police officers under tents in the yard of the Valencia Police Station while renovation works continue apace at the station, has resulted in officers complaining bitterly to the Police Social and Welfare Association

Sinanan promises road repairs in the East
Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan yesterday promised to bring relief to long-suffering residents Toco/Sangre Grande and Cumuto Manzanilla

Environment has constitutional rights, too
AN irony that makes a fool of people, is how they go about asserting their constitutional right to destroy the ecosystem to build industries in order to survive, but accept wholeheartedly that they cannot survive without the environment.

Pathologist contract comes to end
Government pathologist Dr Eastlyn McDonald-Burris' contract will come to an end June 2 resulting in only two pathologists being on duty.

104-year-old woman celebrates

Policeman promises Enterprise criminals will be hunted
...wherever in T&T they go

Murder in Santa Flora
The community of Rancho Quemado in Erin recoiled in shock yesterday when a young father of three was shot dead and left in a ditch by his killer, hours after a community sports day ended.

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