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Posted: Thursday, April 28, 2022

An autopsy found that Jagessar's death was due to multiple blunt force injuries and manual strangulation.

Dukharan: Time to fix the 'gaping hole' in T&T's economic roof
Noting that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is expecting global growth to slow from 6.1 per cent in 2021 to 3.6 per cent in 2022 to 2023 and 3.3 per cent over the medium-term, Dukharan said global growth below three per cent is considered a global recession.

Rich Plain residents react to shot-from-behind autopsy: We told you so
On Saturday, an audio recording by Romney giving his version of events leading up to PC Gilkes' death was circulated on social media. In his account, he claimed he was unarmed during the incident and that Gilkes was shot by one of his fellow officers.

Man in PC Gilkes probe no longer murder suspect

T&T back on path for 700 to 900 daily COVID cases
The Ministry of Health has confirmed that the country is now recording 85 per cent more daily COVID-19 cases on average when compared to two weeks ago.

'No child left behind' in Tobago
She said this was possible as a lot of the Google classrooms established during the online leanring process was not shut down

Schools supervisor: Covid19-positive child sent to school
"Before we had covid, it was customary for parents to send children who are ill to school and the school found itself in a position where they have to take care of those children. Sometimes they even have to take them to nearby health centres to receive attention when whatever might be besetting them took place or started revealing itself. Now that we are in the period of covid, we cannot continue along that line and we continue to say to parents: if you are aware that your child is not well, please do not send your sick child to school."

THA to audit Pentecostal school after controversial closure
Last week Thursday a day after the re-opening of the school term the Light and Life Foundation issued an advisory, saying the school would be closed indefinitely. It said 23 of the 27 teachers had left the school's premises, citing health and safety concerns.

US Embassy confirms plans to relocate, mum on purchase of Country Club

Country Club sold to US Embassy
Investigators confirmed the 29-year-old Diego Martin man who was originally believed to be responsible for Gilkes' death was no longer a suspect as of Tuesday afternoon.

Jack Warner's fight against US extradition reaches Privy Council
Warner is challenging the process by which the extradition proceedings against him are being carried out, and seeks to quash the authority to proceed (ATP) which was signed in 2016 by then-attorney general Faris Al-Rawi. The ATP gave the magistrate the green light to begin committal proceedings. Warner has also challenged the legality of the Extradition (Commonwealth and Foreign Territories) Act, and the treaty signed between this country and the US.

Ishmael loses defamation lawsuit
Businessman and social activist Inshan Ishmael has lost his defamation lawsuit against the T&T Express newspaper, its editor-in-chief and a journalist over a series of articles from 2017, which claimed that he was being investigated for alleged terrorist financing.

Rose, 82, to release single featuring Carlos Santana
She's 82 and Linda McCartha Sandy-Lewis, Calypso Rose, string of firsts in calypso continues.

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