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Posted: Monday, June 26, 2017

THE pregnant mother of a disabled girl was shot and killed in Gasparillo early yesterday and investigators believe the killer may have been someone she knew.

Single mom shot dead
Ornella Philip, 28, was found sprawled on the living room floor of her home on Thompson Street, with a single gunshot injury to the chest.

Hunter dies after being shot in forest
After he was shot in the thick Quinam Forest, Siparia, on Saturday night, Miguel Lalman phoned his relatives.

Abdulah says race politics makes Bret's destruction look like 'dolly house activity'

Padarath: I did nothing wrong
Princes Town Member of Parliament Barry Padarath yesterday said that he did nothing wrong in Parliament on Friday when he said Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley "may be one of the biggest racists of all" who has a "disdain" for the people of south Trinidad.

Abdulah slams 'race baiting'

All hope is not lost in T&T
Rescued woman delivers baby girl

Illegal dumping adds to flooding woes
Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein is appealing to citizens to stop their indiscriminate and illegal dumping

Heed advice of emergency authorities

Moonilal: Careful over traffic wardens
TRAFFIC wardens work are hired on contract, with entry-level qualifications and at low wages, and so should not be made inspectors under a new traffic bill but should be given better terms and conditions.

PM urges brotherhood and selflessness
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is urging citizens to be their brothers' keeper and help the less fortunate as the nation celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr yesterday.

Learn from Islamic compassion
Carmona Eid-ul-Fitr message

Manufacturers Assoc head: CARICOM underperforming
Chief Executive Officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association (TTMA), Dr Ramesh Ramdeen said last Thursday that the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is not performing optimally.

'Govt hiding something'
CWU threatens to sue over non-release of Cecil Miller report...

Police officer stabbed by mentally ill man
This latest incident has renewed calls from police officers for them to be trained to handle mentally ill patients.

Parents win lawsuit against SWRHA
The lawsuit cited the SWRHA as the defendant and stated that on July, 22, 2005, the mother Shaheeda went into labour while at the hospital and due to the negligence of the doctors and nursing staff, her son Evan Massiah was born with Cerebral Palsy.

Shelter for Battered Women looks to expand role

Gang gunplay at Maloney

'Kidnapped' doubles vendor found safe
An Arima doubles vendor who was reportedly kidnapped was found alive in Arima on Saturday.

Pedestrian killed crossing highway
A 25-year-old man was killed after he was struck by a vehicle while attempting to cross the Beetham Highway near the Port-of-Spain market yesterday.

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