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BANDITS, armed with a gun, beat and robbed proprietor, Vishnu Maharaj, on Saturday night, leaving him in a bloody state at his home in south Oropouche.

TROY Lee Simmons, 24, of La Puerta Avenue, Diego Martin, was shot in the early hours of yesterday morning, and died in hospital. He had just returned home from watching a football game at about 1.30 am Sunday, when neighbours heard gunshots. A team of police officers under ASP Ramlochan and Insp Baird responded, and found Simmons shot in the head a(...)

A joint team comprising members of the Northern Division Task Force of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service, together with members of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force and supporting agencies, the Specialist Evidence Recovery Unit and the Air Division coordinated by the National Operations Centre (NOC) struck a “massive blow” against illegal(...)

People in Trinidad and Tobago with eyesight problems can get a free test with the Health Ministry’s initiative, “National Eye Survey of Trinidad and Tobago” (NESTT), launched yesterday at the Public Transportation Corporation Limited (PTSC), South Quay, Port-of-Spain.

AT age 23, Anthony Quamina had sustained multiple injuries in a vehicular accident which left him with two twisted feet and now tragedy has struck again.

MEMBERS of the various arms of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force displayed their combat skills and ceremonial duties last Saturday at the 52nd Commander-in-Chief Armed Forces Parade held under the auspices of President Anthony Carmona at the Heliport, Chaguaramas. Springing into action were teams from the Coast Guard, Regiment, Air Guard and Re(...)

Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan is adamant Trinidad and Tobago is ready to test its fate against the Chikingunya virus (CHIKV), and the deadly ebola virus.

THREE months after doctors amputated his right leg, diabetic patient Seetaram Boodhoo, 77, has gotten a new lease in life.



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