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A Princes Town couple who claimed that a leaking water line damaged their home irreparably went to court yesterday seeking compensation from the State-owned Water and Sewerage Authority.
Days before she was due to be discharged from the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Corporal Roxanne Sealey, who was was accidentally shot by a colleague in September, suffered a stroke.
The chairman of the Water and Sewerage Authority Romney Thomas says State agencies including Government ministries owe $26 million to the Authority—a mere fraction of the $500 million owed to it...
Jason Wilson, the Caribbean’s first English-speaking representative to an Olympic Games for the sport of triathlon, will be in T&T this weekend to share his knowledge and some of his...
I read the Facebook post on Natasha Navas on the prompting of my girlfriend out in Barbados who sounded so distressed.
The ANSA McAL team recently hit the ground running in coordinating care packages for the people of Dominica.
The Ministry of Social Development and an attorney have responded to help former Chaguanas mayor Natasha Navas who sought refuge at a temple over the weekend.
Outraged villagers yesterday questioned why 25-year-old doubles vendor Nishad Amrit Radhay had to be killed by bandits during a home invasion yesterday.
Prison Officers’ Association (POA) president Ceron Richards said yesterday his members were breathing a little easier after a second meeting with Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi and National...
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