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Brother of chutney singer robbed and murdered
Posted: Monday, October 16, 2017

Brother of chutney singer robbed and murdered
The 62-year-old brother of joint Chutney Soca Monarch Winner Omardath Maraj was found chopped to death at his Las Lomas #2 home shortly before midnight

Environmental nightmare
Environmentalist and Head of the Fisherman and Friends of the Sea (FFOS), Gary Aboud described yesterday's oil spill off the coast of Chaguaramas an "environmental nightmare" as authorities continued clean-up efforts along the coastline late yesterday

Get out of the water! - Oil spill advice in Chaguaramas

Wildlife rescue underway, as oil spill clean-up starts
The Energy Ministry has hired two companies to clean-up of the oily substance on the shoreline and waters in the Chaguaramas area.

$200 million fraud claim: State goes after Moonilal, 'cartel' contractors

Roodal: I'm being framed by PNM members
That's his view of yesterday's bid-rigging and "white collar crime" claims against him by Minister in the Ministry of Attorney General and Legal Affairs Stuart Young.

Businessman not yet told of PNM suspension
The People's National Movement (PNM) has not yet officially told Harry Ragoonanan he has been suspended from the party and he has also not yet been contacted by the police about an investigation.

Ex-PTSC boss ready to clarify Harry case
Former Public Transportation Services Corporation (PTSC) board chairman Terrence Beepath says...his name "pops up" throughout the alleged transcript conversation between Ragoonanan and a Chinese businessman which reportedly led to the suspension.

Engine problems delay Cabo Star
The Cabo Star sailed late to Tobago yesterday after developing engine problems over the weekend.

China unveils US$15Bn mega bridge
The 55-kilometre roadway, reportedly the longest in the world, will connect three areas which were previously accessed by ferries, cutting down transportation time significantly.

Trade Ministry PS: Food security a major challenge for T&T
Greater effort is needed for local produce and locally manufactured items to become internationally competitive

29 years ago, the UNC was born

Make-over for city lighthouse
One of the most recognisable landmarks in the city of Port-of-Spain has been restored and the light once more emits from the lantern room.

$.5m for cultural centre in Siparia
Ramadharsingh said the facility would be constructed at the Daisy Voisin Hub.

Man, 87, stuffed in barrel: Grandson charged with murder
THE grandson of the elderly man found dead in a barrel at his home in Freeport on October 6, has been arrested and charged with the murder.

Probe into girl choking schoolmate
Minister of Education Anthony Garcia has launched another investigation into yet another video of school violence, this time at a Port of Spain primary school.

$$ reward for missing Jamaican
Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for information that can help in finding Jamaican national Terron Omar Chambers, who was reported missing on July 19.

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