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IN a brazen mid afternoon attack on a police station, gunmen killed two men and wounded an officer yesterday.

TOBAGONIANS are receiving marijuana in exchange for votes in an attempt to undermine Monday’s Tobago House Assembly (THA) election.

ROMAN CATHOLIC Archbishop Joseph Harris says women have to demand respect by their way of being.

SHE was a joy, a leader, a daughter, a sister, a cousin, a friend...now she is just a name and an unsolved mystery with no clue as to who snuffed out the life of 16-year-old schoolgirl Rachael Ramkissoon.

THE principal of a secondary school in south Trinidad has single- handedly taken on a battle to have three teachers with “records of unpunctuality and irregularity” over the years, replaced at the institution.

OUTGOING United States Ambassador, John Estrada, says he will not shut up on the Foreign Accounts Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) issue because it was a US law that will affect not only US and Trinis holding dual citizenship, but ordinary citizens too.

MOTHER Of one Luenda Anthony and her common-law husband Rick Mohammed, who were shot to death as they slept side by side on Tuesday morning, will be buried in different cemeteries following separate funeral services .

GLOWING TRIBUTES were paid to cultural icon Joyce Wong Sang, better known as Mrs Best Village during a service celebrating her life held yesterday at St Theresa’s RC Church, Woodbrook.

HAVING incurred an additional expense of $81 million per year after agreeing to an interim wage increase of five percent to avert strike action at State owned oil company Petrotrin recently, company president, Fitzroy Harewood, has described Petrotrin’s ability to repay its debt obligations as a ‘huge challenge” and once again stressed the need for(...)

ECONOMICS lecturer at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Dr Daren Conrad said yesterday that the outlook is for continued decline in oil and gas prices this year although there has been a recent uptick in the prices. He said he is concerned that these temporary price increases will cause the country to become complacent again in terms(...)

“It is the philosophy of employers” to choose to terminate workers as a first resort in an economic downturn.

Members of the C ommun i c a t i o n Workers Union (CWU) protested outside the Independence Square, Port-of-Spain offices of RBC Trust (Trinidad and Tobago) Limited (RBC Trust) yesterday to highlight their frustration over a months-long delay in pension adjustments and retroactive payments to TSTT retirees for the 2008 to 2010 and 2011 to 2013 Coll(...)



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