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Family, friends stunned by De Fosto's death
Posted: Saturday, November 3, 2018

Family, friends stunned by De Fosto's death

Cultural fraternity reels from loss of 3 icons

De Fosto's last conversation...before dying
"We had a long conversation last night. We are losing our greats in a rapid way, so we have to try and cherish the ones that are here," he said.

National awardee found dead after house fire
Cops suspect murder

National awardee shot dead at home
…Ex-prisoner killed at bar

Mayhem at Marabella bar: One dead, 3 wounded
Abdool, 33, was released from prison two months ago after serving a prison term on gun and weapons charges.

Colm: Disaster without Tax Bill
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert said the country's financial system faces foreign censure and chaos if Parliament fails to pass a bill to share tax details with foreign states, but Chaguanas East MP Fazal Karim said the bill threatens individuals' rights and so must be amended.

PM: TT can be regional 'gas-handlers'
TT can be the "gas-handling centre" of the southern Caribbean and northern South America, the Prime Minister said yesterday.

Rambharat says govt to close gap in state lands use
Despite the lengthy wait times for approvals for the use of state lands, Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat has said the PNM administration is well positioned to "close the gap" regarding the administration of state lands.

'Give us the money, we will fix our homes'
Greenvale residents see red, want blues

Slow flood clean up rattles Central residents
Central residents yesterday expressed concern about the slow pace by the Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation in removing household items destroyed by the recent floods.

Flood relief supplies from New York

Privileges Committee for Moonilal

Calls for Cancer Registry, to save lives
Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society (TTCS) chairman Dr George Laquis is calling for a cancer registry to be set up in T&T to keep track of the number of cancer cases and trends. This as he says the information available is limited and often outdated.

Mary's fight against pancreatic cancer

China's largest regional embassy opens in T&T
The People's Republic of China has opened in Maraval its largest embassy in the English-speaking Caribbean ­region.

WiPay is top new tech firm

Priest prays for police
Triple funeral for Trou Macaque shooting victims

Engineer on $2m bail for $1.4m fraud
CHEMICAL engineer Sunil Sookhoo, of Torinston Drive, Chaguanas, was granted $2 million bail today by a magistrate in San Fernando on three charges of laundering $1,478,648.

'Cops shooting to kill, so I was selling my gun'
Richardson was the lone occupant in the car which was searched by officers while at Gopie Trace, Penal. In the back seat of the vehicle, officers found a knapsack which contained a pistol and an empty magazine.

Missing man found in shallow grave
Diego Martin taxi driver Derek Constance, 30, of Gokool Street was reported missing to the police on October 28 by his common-law wife.

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