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FIVE men who appeared yesterday before a Sangre Grande magistrate in connection with the $4.5 million heist at the Sangre Grande branch of Republic Bank were each granted $1 million in bail to cover the charges.
THE role of everyone involved in the death of a seven-month-old male foetus which died while its mother was undergoing a Caesarian-section at Mt Hope Women’s Hospital, will be examined, as the doctor who performed the surgery may not be the only one to be blamed, Attorney General Anand Ramlogan says.
TRINIDAD and Tobago Electricity Commission (TTEC) has in excess of $2.5 billion in debts owing to among others, the National Gas Company (NGC), Trinidad Generation Unlimited (TGU) and British bank HSBC.
HAVING lost his left leg which was amputated nine years ago, Timothy Phillip James had to use crutches to aid him in getting around. James was to endure further tribulations.
IT IS NOT a compulsory requirement for medical doctors to continue training in order to be registered to practice, Minister of Health Dr Fuad Khan told the Senate yesterday. Amid concerns over the standard of practice in the medical field given recent reports of botched C-section surgeries, Khan was questioned by Independent Senator Dr Victor Wheel(...)
THE funeral for the seven-month-old foetus which died during a Caesarian-section on Carnival Saturday has been postponed. The baby’s parents Quelly Ann Cottle and Emil Millington are still in shock over the death of what would have been their second child.
Annette Chow, a Sister from the St Joseph of Cluny yesterday launched her book with a collection of 32 photos and 29 meditation Seeing God in All Things, held at the Heritage Hall, St Joseph’s Convent, Pembroke Street, Port-of-Spain.
THE CONTROVERSY over Carnival Band of the Year results continues to fester with two bandleaders — Ronnie McIntosh and Rosalind Gabriel — querying the results, and saying that the National Carnival Bands Association (NCBA) is yet to respond to letters from their respective lawyers.
Students from CARICOM law institutions will compete in the 6th Annual Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) International Law Moot 2014, scheduled to take place on Friday, March 14, at the CCJ Headquarters in Port-of-Spain.
A national identification card, belonging to Ariel Shadell Francis, and other articles were found by a Newsday reader, who tendered the ID card with the photograph for publication.
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