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Deadly 'play'
Posted: Tuesday, June 11, 2024

Deadly 'play'
Boy, 15, dies after stabbed by friend

Teen suspect surrenders to police for stabbing death of fellow student

Young: EU's carbon-use tax regime not equitable
Energy minister Stuart Young is questioning the fairness of the European Union's (EU) Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) which taxes products imported into the union based on levels of carbon used to manufacture them.

Dookie: Decarbonising presents new business opportunities

115 officers set to challenge CoP Erla on promotions list

No J'Ouvert, Carnival for Diego Martin borough celebrations
"One of our events is our historical videography competition where residents are offered the opportunity to submit a 90 second video highlighting historical sites within the borough and based on the comments there are so many people saying they did not know certain things existed.

WASA, Minister Gonzales must take full responsibilty for breaches under their watch
Couva South MP, Rudy Indarsingh, said the Occupational Health and Safety Agency's (OSHA) formal complaint in the Industrial Court against the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) over six breaches leading to the death of deceased worker Kern Etienne, have left him gravely concerned about the safety of workers at WASA and utterly saddened at how preventable Mr Etienne's death was.

Former MP diagnosed with rare, aggressive cancer; seeks urgent financial help

Rescued in Mayaro: Green anaconda in safe keeping

Mass shooting victim laid to rest
Belmont struggles to say goodbye to Jayden

Accused Couva cocaine addict asks court for help to kick habit

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