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Kamla backs SoE
Posted: Tuesday, January 16, 2024

Kamla backs SoE
Gangsters are terrorists, says Gary

Kamla wants state of emergency to fight crime
'It's the only thing that worked'

Griffith urges authorities to treat gangs like terrorists

15-year-old schoolgirl gunned down
A man who opened fire with a shotgun in Las Lomas on Sunday night killed a 15-year-old girl and injured a 20-year-old woman.

The perpetrator fled with the firearm and escaped, as residents of Savory Road rushed to the assistance of the gunshot victims.


This, according to Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan, means that the $2.5 million being spent on the temporary roadway would not be wasted.

Sinanan visited the site yesterday where repair work was being conducted on a collapsed segment of the southbound lane of the Solomon Hochoy Highway.

5 die from covid since Christmas... but 800,000 VACCINES DUMPED

The steelpan's bright future
Heartfelt commendations must also be extended to all of this year's finalists, as well as all the other junior steelbands who participated at every level in this year's competition.

Often forgotten in the glory of the winning moments are the countless back stories of grit and determination demonstrated by these young musicians as they prepare for the competition, learning their notes by rote during long hours of painstaking rehearsals and seemingly endless drills to get their Panorama arrangements just right.

Gypsy tells Tobago forget February and focus on October Carnival
Peters yesterday said Tobago should focus on strengthening its October Carnival product and position itself as a cool-down destination after the Trinidad Carnival season.

Burris: Pay for Tobago Heritage performers by month's end

Chalkdust out of contests after wife's illness, death
Ruth Liverpool, wife of nine-time Calypso Monarch Dr Hollis "Chalkdust" Liverpool, has died.

Trouble brewing over vending ban
High Street in San Fernando, a hub of commerce and street trade, may soon see major changes as street vendors have been asked by the city to close their stalls and cease selling along the major thoroughfare.

Grenadians up in arms over Kman 6ixx's performance on island for Independence
A local dance hall artiste, who was targeted by gunmen, is receiving push back from Grenadian nationals ahead of his anticipated performance on the eve of the island's 50th independence anniversary due to safety concerns.

Barataria man freed of 2004 shooting
TWO decades after he was accused of shooting a man, leaving him paralysed, a Barataria man was acquitted by a Port of Spain jury.

Kevin Rush, 38, was on trial before Justice Geoffrey Henderson before a nine-member jury on a four-count indictment of attempted murder, shooting with intent, and possession of a firearm and ammunition.

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