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Locked in a 'black hole'
Posted: Friday, May 12, 2023

Locked in a 'black hole'
Brent Thomas relives the horror of being arrested in T&T and Barbados

T&T not in bad shape
Imbert asks for $3.8b more in supplementary funding but...
...Opposition outraged: Armour attacking a sitting judge

Dennis: THA paying Trinidad farms $300k a month
On Tuesday at a media briefing, he said a monthly payment was being made to Trinidad-based Novo Farms for produce which could instead be found on farms across the island. He produced an invoice which showed Novo Farms billing the THA for supplying the market with instant products.

TT among the countries with the most cases of hypertension
"The Caribbean has a 23 per cent rate of hypertension compared to 17.6 per cent overall, while TT has a 25.8 per cent overall rate that follows from 29 per cent in men and 23.7 per cent in women," he said.

"It has been seen that Western countries have higher rates of hypertension, especially due to obesity, high sodium and salt consumption, alcohol and smoking," he said.

Human skull mystery revealed... Ancient Guaya grave disturbed by erosion
Residents say the human remains are coming from the ancient Kalmapas private cemetery where several prominent families were buried since the 17th century. The last skull found on the beach occurred in February.

Westmoorings businessman accused of defrauding BIR
A businessman from west Trinidad has been granted $200,000 bail after appearing in court charged with using a forged valuation report to allegedly cheat the Board of Inland Revenue (BIR) out of $88,750 in stamp duty.

Alisha charged with killing her husband
Deopersad, who was also a mechanical engineer, was shot and killed after gunmen stormed his home at Cocoyac Trace, Tortuga, shortly after mid-day on March 14. Deopersad, who was asleep, having returned from his garden, was killed in his bed.

Couple killed during home invasion
... Daughter, 12, fighting for life after bullet to the head

Body found in Queen's Park Savannah identified
THE woman found dead in the Queen's Park Savannah on Monday, has been positively identified as 24-year-old mother of five, Gabrielle Raphael.

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