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AS ROMAN CATHOLICS all over the world were plunged into shock and horror by the gruesome murder of a priest, whose throat was slit as he was celebrating Mass in a church in France, head of the local church Archbishop of Portof- Spain Joseph Harris yesterday said the question of installation of metal scanners at all churches will likely be consider(...)

INCREASES to National Insurance contributions will take effect on September 5, the National Insurance Board (NIB) advised yesterday.

RELATIVES of Kavesh Sookhan - one of four spectators seriously injured when a race car landed on them after going airborne when it veered off the race course last Sunday - yesterday stated he received five pints of blood needed for his surgery to proceed. Vice President of the TT Automobile Sports Association (TTASA) Jameer Ali, said that he and ot(...)

OIL dispersant Corexit, has been ruled out as a cause of the fish kill along several beaches in Trinidadís south-western peninsula.

THREE Clico (Trinidad) Executive Flexible Premium Annuity (EFPA) policyholders have scored a major victory against the insurance giant and will still receive a huge cash payout, amounting to millions of dollars. The three were among six policyholders who sought judicial intervention to recover millions in investments in the insurance company.

FORMER Prime Minister Patrick Manningís bodyguard/protocol officer Kirt St Bernard is now the Marshal of the Parliament.

THE Heritage and Stabilisation Fund (HSF) remains an important fiscal buffer for this country. This was the view expressed by United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) Deputy Director Dillon Alleyne following a teleconference presentation on ECLACís 2016 annual report at the commissionís offices in Port-of-Spain(...)

SCARBOROUGH General Hospital Medical Chief of Staff Dr Nathaniel Duke said yesterday there has been an increase of patients accessing primary healthcare at the hospital.

JUSTICE Maria Wilson was yesterday forced to order a retrial in the case of murder accused Frank Gill, as despite over four hours of deliberations, a 12-member jury failed to arrive at a verdict in the San Fernando High Court. Gill, 60, is charged with the murder of his son Italo James, 25, at St Maryís Village near Moruga .

PLASTIKEEP, a programme of the NGO Greenlight Network, will soon go defunct if it does not receive the necessary funds to keep the project going.



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