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STATISTICS don’t just generate themselves. They require old-fashioned techniques like pounding the pavement to collect data from the population, that’s then analysed and published for the public record by the Central Statistical Office. Unfortunately, though, the population isn’t always willing or...
A domestic dispute call to police deteriorated into a police-involved fatal shooting, early yesterday morning, resulting in the death of 31-year-old Allister Pierre. The electrician was shot dead after police attempted to arrest him on robbery and malicious wounding charges shortly after...
Minister of Finance Colm Imbert Friday promised more water in both Trinidad and Tobago, in reply to a Question to the Prime Minister in the Lower House from Caroni Central MP Dr Bhoe Tewarie about plans to ensure the water-supply crisis does not worsen in the dry season. Imbert who was acting PM...
ON February 1 scores of Cuban migrants had to leave their temporary housing at a warehouse in Warrenville, Cunupia. They carried all their belongings up a dirt road and some of them wept openly. At the end of that road there was a patch of Caroni (1975) Ltd land which they eventually transformed...
PRINCE-LEE Isidore appeased the home fans with an entertaining and commanding win by unanimous decision over Venezuela's Antoni Armas in their highly-anticipated ten-round WBF lightweight title match at the Woodbrook Youth Facility on Saturday. After a slow start, Isidore stormed back into the...
UNC senator Gerald Ramdeen is still questioning Chief Justice Ivor Archie’s presence on the panel of judges which heard the party’s election petitions in 2015. In a statement, Ramdeen asked if Archie, who sat as president of the court for the appeals, told Justice Allan Mendonca he had a potential...
A 24-YEAR-OLD labourer has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of Mariana "Marie" Moonisar last August when her father survived a gunshot wound to his left cheek. Police arrested the suspect, who lives at Claxton Bay, yesterday. He remains in police custody up to today. Moonisar...
TT is geographically and economically perfectly suited to invest in Venezuela, according to Venezuelan business man Ricardo Solis who thinks that TT should capitalise on opportunities presenting themselves in the crisis struck country. Newsday met with seven Venezuelans, all professionals now...
COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith says the relatives of people who are killed by the police are not judge and jury over what occurred. He was speaking Sunday at the inaugural Converge! event held at the Commissioner's Residence, St James. Yesterday morning a man was shot and killed by police in...
WHAT A TIME to be alive in Trinidad and Tobago! Of course merely staying alive in TT is no mean feat, but to be living in this time is something special. As the Carnival season reaches a fever pitch, approaching the anticlimactic, now perfunctory costumed street parade, there has been a...

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