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GOLDEN RUN
Posted: Tuesday, August 15, 2017

GOLDEN RUN
TRINIDAD and Tobago men's 4x400-metre relay team saved the best for last yesterday as they captured gold in the final event, at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, England.

T&T's fighting spirit prevails
4x400 men beat odds for Worlds gold

TT salutes gold-winning quartet

TDC set to close today
...with remaining workers, who are under the Communications Workers' Union (CWU), given their termination notices.

Make lease agreements public
THE Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) has joined the call for Government to make public all details of the procurement process of the cargo vessel Cabo Star and passenger vessel Ocean Flower 2.

Ferry stakeholder meeting a PR stunt - Devant

Hadad to those responsible for ferry fiasco: Please do the right thing
Port must answeró minister

Whistle-blowers need protection
That's the call from watchdog body, FIXIN' T&T, following the leak last Friday of a chief engineer's report that deemed as unsuitable the Ocean Flower II passenger vessel

Hinds: Govt has not abandoned youth, black people
LAVENTILLE West MP Fitzgerald Hinds said he rejects claims that Government was not doing anything for young people and black people

Relief for Macoya Market
MINISTER Clarence Rambharat on Friday turned the sod for a $4.5 million car park at the Norris Deonarine Wholesale Market, Macoya, that may well improve the lives of vendors who depend on this facility to make a living

New radiation treatment
THE North West Regional Health Authority announced the beginning of the High Dose Rate (HDR) Brachytherapy treatment at the National Radiotherapy Centre, St James Medical Complex on August 11.

Immigration laws need amending
Judge rules Nigerian's detention illegal

Caricom must help Venezuela
FORMER foreign affairs minister Dr Suruj Rambachan has suggested that Caricom leaders increase their diplomatic efforts to ease growing tensions between the Venezuelan government and opposition

Pan on d'Avenue no Pan Trinbago event
THE Woodbrook/ St. James Community Association's Pan on d'Avenue VI this year will be done in memory of Stephen Derek.

Govt on vacation
THE Opposition United National Congress (UNC) has accused the government of being in vacation mode since assuming office

SRP in video offered a new job
The Special Reserve Police officer who was recently suspended from her job and was threatened with eviction from her apartment after suggestive photos of her in uniform surfaced on social media

Man who won racism lawsuit: You can too

Why manslaughter?
RELATIVES of Atiba Gorkin were yesterday trying to understand why he was charged with manslaughter in the drowning death of his three-year-old son Messi Gorking in Chaguaramas.

Teen held for murder
A 17-YEAR-OLD school dropout was detained on Friday afternoon following the stabbing death of 15-year-old Emmanuel Okero, whose body was found in a pond behind a church.

2 held for robbing Chinese businessman
POLICE arrested two men and seized a loaded gun on Friday shortly after they robbed a Chinese businessman of $20,000 at a bar in Claxton Bay.

Skeletal remains in mangrove
POLICE are appealing to members of the public to assist them in identifying skeletal remains found yesterday in the mangroves near Carli Bay Road in Couva.



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