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Posted: Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Fed up of having to navigate through roads dotted with crater-like potholes, residents of Barrackpore and Moruga once again staged fiery protests yesterday calling on the country's leaders to listen to their cries.

Police killing of La Fillette man sparks protest
Their call comes after residents protested along the North Coast Road, Paria Main Road and Saddle Road in Maraval on Monday, calling for justice following what they say was the extrajudicial killing of Gibson earlier this month.

Jereem keen to end T&T medal drought

Govt prepared for lawsuit threat from Antigua
Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne hasn't shaken the Trinidad and Tobago Government by threatening to sue for US$60 million based on promises made for compensation following the collapse of Clico in 2009.

Eversley: Remember ANR Robinson
Wendell Eversley, a survivor of the attempted coup of July 27, 1990, is calling for more to be done in Tobago to recognise the tragedy as well as those who survived it, including the late prime minister and president ANR Robinson.

37 new covid19 cases, no deaths on Monday

Charlotteville Natural Treasures Day truly captivating
During the procession, participants were invited to stop at various points to learn about Charlotteville's traditions.

Friends of Lord Nelson to celebrate the calypsonian
The Friends of Lord Nelson, a non-governmental organisation, is on a mission to correct this and to honour one of Trinidad and Tobago's oldest, living entertainers. Righting this wrong will begin with A Musical Evening with Lord Nelson. The concert is being held under the patronage of the Prime Minister on July 30 at Queen's Hall, St Ann's.

Skinner Park to reopen by November

T&T national offers US$33,000 for info on missing Jamaican woman
A Trinidad and Tobago national living in the United States is offering a reward of close to US$33,000 for information related to the disappearance of 24-year-old Jamaican social media influencer Donna-Lee Donaldson.

Mayaro man sentenced to death for murder of 9-month-old stepson
A Mayaro man has been found guilty of murder and his former common-law wife guilty of manslaughter over the death of his nine-month-old stepson, who was beaten to death in 2008.

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