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Devon dies
Posted: Monday, July 17, 2017

Devon dies
Devon Matthews, the popular 36-year-old soca artiste and radio personality well-known for his radio programme Affairs of the Heart on Red 96.7fm, died early Sunday morning after performing at carnival band, Tribe's, Festivals of the Bands.

Diet pill link to Devon's death
A close friend of Matthews yesterday told the T&T Guardian that Matthews had been using a variety of pills for a prolonged period.

Diet pill link to Devon's death

Analyst: PM, Kamla must compromise
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar must make compromises to each other if the serious issues facing the country are to be addressed in a meaningful way.

Pilots ground unsafe planes, staff fight move to Wallerfield
As Caribbean Airlines (CAL) pilots make good on a promise to ground the airline's ATR fleet, corporate office staff are up in arms over a proposed relocation from Piarco to Wallerfield.

Plane talks break down

12 out of 25 bills passed
OF the 25 pieces of legislation debated in the 2nd Session of the 11 Parliament, the current parliamentary session, Government has been successful in passing 12 of them.

'Archie needs to lead by example'

'Len' Hand' takes centre stage
An eager and approving audience packed the auditorium of the Shaw Park Cultural Complex on Friday evening to witness the flamboyant and artistic opening night gala of the Tobago Heritage Festival 2017.

'Festival of Bands' electrifies St Mary's Grounds
It appears that the Gods were working in the Tribe family's favour as the weather held up nicely, allowing the Festival of Bands parade to go on as scheduled on Saturday evening

National Chutney Foundation plans to reach out to Sat
The National Chutney Foundation of Trinidad and Tobago has big plans for its 2018 School's National Carnival Intellectual Chutney Soca Monarch competition and that includes reaching out to secretary general of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha

Paralysed by bandit's bullet
Almost four years after he viciously fought with a man over his own gold chain, Mark Cooke, 29, was shot in the back, in a revenge shooting.

Burglars steal bank's ATM

Biker killed in crash, daughter, 15, critical

Woman killed in PBR hit-and-run
Tragic end to love story

Shannen awaits surgery
Three-year-old Shannen Luke is in good spirits, as she awaits a bone marrow transplant at the Bambino Gesu Hospital in Rome, Italy.

Flight attendant held with ammo
A 25-year-old flight attendant was detained on Thursday afternoon after one round of ammunition was allegedly found in her purse.

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