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UNC MP Roodal Moonilal wasted no time in Parliament yesterday assisting Government with advice.
A San Juan father of one was ambushed at his home at Hill View Avenue, Petit Curacaye yesterday morning and killed after struggling with his attacker who robbed him of his gold chain.
Regional first place history winner Shelly Ann Marcano says it is disappointing that more scholarships were awarded for the subjects of social studies and humanities.
The National Insurance Board (NIB) fund could go broke in the next 12 years because it is out of alignment with no long term sustained initiatives to generate rates of higher return.
President of the Joint Trade Union Movement (JTUM) Ancel Roget, who is predicting a one-third cut in the workforce of State-owned Petrotrin, has told workers not to stay in a “comatose” state but...
It will be a battle of the ‘Saints’—St Mary’s College and St Anthony’s College—for the Coca Cola InterCol North Zone title on Tuesday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
A&V Oil and Gas, the company at the centre of an investigation by Canadian consulting company Kroll at state-owned Petrotrin, has reportedly hit a snag in its attempt to sell its lease on the...
Government is looking on - like citizens - at a situation that “seems to be unfolding” following recent allegations about Chief Justice Ivor Archie and the security arrangements for judges.
The Queen’s Park Cricket Club Hazbeen’s squash club are champions of the National Interclub Squash League, following a dominant 5-0 win over the Petrotrin Stars at the Queens Park Indoor Racquet...
A 30-year-old man, on his way to the barbershop in preparation for one of his daughters’ birthday celebration yesterday, was gunned down moments after dropping off the child at school.
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