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Posted: Wednesday, November 23, 2022

'I say God, I coming'

'I make up my mind to die': Lone survivor recounts Paria incident
LMCS diver Christopher Boodram took to the witness stand at Tuesday's CoE hearing

Behind the scenes of CoE
How Paria & Heritage managed diving tragedy

I never said the divers were dead
Sole survivor responds to Paria counsel:

Al-Rawi lashes back as lawsuits pile up
PNM will be great for another 100 years

Road flooded, residents trapped: Mayaro MP calls for assistance

Carbon tax or carbon trade?

Arrive Alive: Penalties needed for drivers who cause fatal accidents
The NGO head lamented the length of time it takes for road traffic collision cases to be heard before the courts. She cited the case of nine-year-old Sachin Maharaj, who was killed with four other people in a horrific minibus crash in 2009. The case has been before the courts for the past 13 years.

She urged the Government to introduce demerit points and fines for drivers involved in road traffic incidents involving "vulnerable road users," a term used to describe pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists.

Jamaican mayor worried about niece missing in Trinidad
She was last seen on November 19.

Boyfriend charged with murder 7 years after woman goes missing
Rajendra Rampaul, 38, of Plum Mitan Junction, Biche, appeared before Port of Spain magistrate Maureen Baboolal-Gafoor on Tuesday charged with murdering Ashma Naimool.

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