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A FIGHT between two on-and-off, live in friends from South Trinidad resulted in one of them dying on Sunday and police now awaiting the results of an autopsy to determine which direction the investigation will take.

The family of environmentalist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh kept vigil over him last night for signs that he may require emergency medical assistance after his health suddenly took a turn for the worse yesterday.

Ravi Maharaj has officially ended his hunger strike after five days.

DESPITE suggestions that Carnival 2015 should be cancelled due to the threat of the Ebola virus, Carnival organisation heads have said they are proceeding with their plans for next year.

THE ISSUE of how patients suspected of Ebola will be transported from Tobago to Trinidad for treatment at a planned Caura treatment centre was identified as one matter to be dealt with by the Ebola Prevention, Information and Response Team (EPIRT).

“THERE IS NO room for hit and miss here,” Vice Chief of Defence Staff Brigadier Anthony Phillip-Spencer – the chairman of the Ebola Prevention, Information and Response Team (EPIRT) – warned yesterday as he announced the team will recommend the urgent amendment of legislation to bolster the country’s measures to deal with the disease, in the proc(...)

SECOND mayor of Point Fortin, Victor Chin Kit, died on Sunday night at his Clifton Hill, Point Fortin, home after a brief illness.

MELVIN MC INTYRE, 37, a resident of the Centre for Socially Displaced Persons yesterday jumped to his death at 6.10 am, from level one of the building located at Riverside Plaza in Port- of-Spain.

KEMA WALKER, 33, and his wife Tenille David, 32, who died in a car accident two Sundays ago are expected to be cremated today following a service at Allen’s Funeral Home chapel in Arima

THE body of Lawrence Kerr, who drowned after being swept off a rock while fishing off L’anse Fourmi beach in Tobago was found floating in the sea and retrieved by Coast Guard officials.

NIGEL NICHOLAS, 37, remains warded in critical condition at the High Dependancy Unit of the San Fernando General Hospital three weeks after he was literally turned into a human fireball when his motorcycle was struck by a vehicle.

GUYANESE Muslim Gerald Perreira, who was denied entry into Jamaica on October 17 to attend the 19th anniversary celebration of the Million Man March held on Sunday, plans to seek legal redress at the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).



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