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SLIPPERY SILK
Posted: Tuesday, May 9, 2023

SLIPPERY SILK
It was a postcard moment for the Kangaloo-Garcia family yesterday as President Christine Kangaloo conferred the prestigious gift of "silk" on her husband Kerwyn Garcia and her brother Colin Kangaloo.

The milestone for the family comes less than two months after Kangaloo was sworn in as this country's seventh President on March 20, 2023 at the Grandstand of the Queen's Park Savannah.

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Issues that Browne and Qiu discussed included the preparatory work under way at the National Forensic and Pathology Services Centre and the recent donation of disaster-response equipment from the Chinese government to the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM).

Caroni residents plead with Works Ministry for help before rainy season
Addressing the media on Monday was David Looknanan, president of the Kelly Village Council, who pointed to the embankment which collapsed during the rainy season in Royal Tern Avenue, Ibis Gardens, last December.

Though there is still some protection, Looknanan said when it rains, the water can reach the top of the 60-foot-high embankment.

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Caratal infant dies in bed, autopsy ordered
The baby's father, Natan Mohammed, 23, told police that around 10:30pm on Saturday, his 18-year-old common-law wife fed their son and placed him on a bed at their home to sleep. The parents slept on the same bed, with a pillow to barricade the baby.

Queen's Park Savannah killing: Woman's semi-nude body found
The Redemption 2023 "The Meaning of Life" concert was held at the Queen's Park Savannah on Saturday which ended on Sunday morning. Police suspect the woman attended.



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