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CAPE/CSE C students finally accessed their results yesterday but about 12 hours after the initial promised time of 10 pm on Friday, due to the crashing of the Caribbean and Examination Council (CXC) internet portal.

Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan says he sees no need for him to resign over the ferry fiasco saying the matter is being investigated.

Up in arms over the sea bridge debacle caused by the failure of the Government to procure a new passenger vessel, Tobago businessmen are expressing fears that the situation, if left unresolved for much longer, could lead to further hardship on the island.

Fraud Squad detectives interviewed several police officers yesterday in their ongoing investigation of an inspector and his 36-year-old wife for alleged money laundering and organised crime.

A TWO year-old girl who has been severely beaten continued to slip in and out of consciousness at hospital yesterday and doctors have told relatives to prepare for the worst.

ON evenings the majestic scarlet ibis, the country’s national bird, can be seen flying across the skies or nesting in the mangroves of the Caroni Bird Sanctuary. But while some see beauty and a symbol of patriotism others see the protected bird as a dish of “wild meat.” And this appetite for scarlet ibis has led to increased poaching in the protect(...)

Relief is on the way for residents in Coromandel, and surrounding areas, who have been grappling with a collapsed roadway and a lack of water since Thursday.

Trinidad and Tobago national Shane Dominic Crawford has been placed on the United Nations and Al-Qaida Sanctions List.



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