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While homicide detectives search for a motive behind the murder of controversial media personality and civil rights activist Ricardo “The Gladiator” Welch, members of the media expressed shock over his death. Welch was shot dead yesterday between 9.10 am 9.17 am while reversing out of the driveway...
THE Galleons Passage was delayed en route to Tobago yesterday morning after leaving Port of Spain at 6.30 am for the Scarborough port. Herbert George, chairman of National Infrastructure Development Company Limited (NIDCO) dismissed rumours that the vessel experienced engine issues. “It...
MINISTER in the Ministry of Finance Allyson West says the transitioned Petrotrin will earn this country more than US $200 million annually. She was speaking yesterday during Senate debate on the national budget. She said following a detailed evaluation the difficult decision was taken to close...
IN a bizarre series of events a mother and her 14-year-old daughter tried to carry out a suicide pact two weeks after they invited a religious leader to carry out a “special prayer service” at their Barrackpore home. On Thursday evening the woman, 37, and her 14-year-old daughter both...
IN a bizarre series of events a mother and her 14-year-old daughter tried to carry out a suicide pact two weeks after they invited a religious leader to carry out a “special prayer service” at their Barrackpore home. On Thursday evening the woman, 37, and her 14-year-old daughter both...
THE religious leader detained in connection with the stabbing death of 42-year-old pastor Alisa Ali was released yesterday from the St Ann’s Psychiatric Hospital and into police custody. He will be interviewed again by investigators, after which files will be compiled and handed over to the...
MILLE Fleurs stands grey and forlorn, like the literary character Miss Havisham, a half-crazed old woman in a bedraggled wedding gown, waiting, waiting, waiting, for her day to come. Great expectations indeed. Even a palm tree to her front looks depressed. Old sheets hang limply from a top-...
OPPOSITION Senator Wade Mark says suicides have gone up 72 per cent under the PNM. He was speaking yesterday during the Senate debate on the budget. He said the savage cut in expenditure has had consequences on citizens and unemployment rose from 3.5 per cent in 2015 to 5.3 per cent in the second...
FORMER TT Triathlon Federation president, journalist and photographer Ian Gooding was remembered as passionate, full of life and a family man by his former colleagues. Gooding died of cancer yesterday at 76. He worked in multiple newsrooms, including Newsday, the Guardian, Sunday Punch and the...
MINISTER of National Security Stuart Young is buying up to 250 guns for prison officers to keep with them off-duty, he said yesterday in his contribution to the Senate budget debate. He said the Government was very sympathetic over the murder of two prison officers within the past few days. Young...

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