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The Police Service has a shortfall of one thousand officers even as it continues to grapple with spiralling crime, particularly murders, and waning confidence from the public.
The body of the murder victim dumped at one of the country’s tourist attractions on Saturday has been identified as Guyanese national Conrad Gittens.
Paralympian Akeem Stewart and track and field star Asha James were named Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year 2016 at the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Sport Awards at the Magdalena Grand Beach...
The son of calypsonian Samuel “Brigo” Abraham had to daunting task of conducting his father’s funeral service yesterday.
No more excuses.
Except for PNM-till-Ah-deads, the public has been shocked and outraged by the $59,000 phone bill racked up by Tourism Minister Shamfa Cudjoe during a four-day trip to the Bahamas earlier this year...
It does not always follow that instructive or “message” theatre diminishes entertainment and artistic value. But it can.
Car dealer Sheron Sukhdeo has appeared before Chaguanas magistrate Wendy Dougdeen-Bally charged with a breach of a protection order.
A man who was jailed for masturbating in front of a girls’ primary school in March was again caught by the police on Monday doing the same indecent act, but at a boy’s primary school.
Former national security minister Gary Griffith says the recent documentary by Al Jazeera, Caribbean to Caliphate, was “unfortunately inaccurate.”
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