Bail denied again
THE man who allegedly threw acid on his wife was yesterday denied bail for a second time when he appeared before the Siparia court. Peter Charles, 64, of Fyzabad was denied bail on Monday when he appeared before...

October 2, 2014

ENERGY Minister Kevin Ramnarine said the country will sign an additional two more Deep Water production sharing contracts very soon , which means more than double the number of contracts. He was speaking yesterday at the Energy...
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October 2, 2014

And prior to that, served as Alternate Executive Director from February 2011. Kisto's tenure was distinguished by his dedication, hard work and tenacity for building consensus. He was the first ever Caribbean national selected to serve...
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October 2, 2014

EVEN as the United States recorded its first case of Ebola which has killed 3,000 people in four nations in West Africa, a senator yesterday asked why Budget 2015 had no allocation for measures to fight any incursion of the virus into...
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October 2, 2014

MINISTER of Food Production Devant Maharaj yesterday hit Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley and PNM-aligned newspaper columnist Clarence Rambharath, on their past records in the defunct Caroni (1975) Limited. Speaking in yesterday's...
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October 2, 2014

THE ALLOCATION for the controversial Community-Based Environmental Protection and Enhancement Programme (CEPEP) has been increased by $58 million from $536 million in 2014 to $594 million in 2015. During the Senate debate yesterday, PNM...
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October 2, 2014

Environmental activist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh yesterday thanked Senior Counsel Martin Daly for suggesting that a request be made to the Privy Council to expedite the Highway Re-Route Movement's (HRM) matter, but he doubted Government will...
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October 2, 2014

PAST student of the Princes Town West Secondary School, Supt Zamsheed Mohammed will visit his alma mater today to discuss problems affecting the institution after the school's vice-principal Heeralal Ramdath at a police town meeting,...
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October 2, 2014

THE manageress of the Princes Town branch of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) died instantly when the driver of a Nissan Tiida car crashed head-on into a taxi in which the woman was a passenger, shortly after 1.30 pm yesterday. Six other...
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October 2, 2014

A FOOTBALLER in his late teens was shot dead Tuesday night, four houses from his home in Malabar. The body of Stephan Lewis, 19, of Patrick Pamphille Road, was found in a drain by his parents, Sydney Lewis and Kamla Sookram, around 10 o...
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October 2, 2014

A hero's send off for the late Inspector Sahadeo Singh yesterday as thousands of mourners including Government Ministers, Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams and the police top brass paid their final respects to a man described...
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October 2, 2014

That he received 31 emails purporting to show correspondence between the PM, the AG, then Local Government and Works Minister Suruj Rambachan and then security adviser Gary Griffith, in a sinister move to undermine the Judiciary, the...
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October 2, 2014

IN THE same way the Ebola virus was diagnosed days after a male traveller arrived in the United States, it is possible for this killer disease to reach Trinidad and Tobago, Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan said yesterday. That is exactly...
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October 2, 2014

THE STATE has recouped $35 million on the $650 million GATE programme from absentee students, Minister of Tertiary Education and Skills Training Fazal Karim said yesterday as the Senate Budget debate took on the air of a classroom....
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October 2, 2014

Sixty-fourth ranked Jamaica returned to world scene with an industrious upset 2-1 win against 47th ranked Barbados in their International Hockey Federation (FISH) World League tournament at the Mona Hockey Field yesterday.
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October 2, 2014

DEFENDING champions Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) clipped newcomers Xerox 3-2 in the men's category of the Jamaica Business House Table Tennis Association (JBHTTA) League at Nethersole Place Tuesday night.
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October 2, 2014

Teenager Rion Moore netted a hat-trick on Sunday as Dream Team embarrassed Santos 7-2 to move top of the standings in the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League. It was almost the perfect performance from Dream Team while Santos...
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October 2, 2014

French cyclist, Aurelien Daniel (PSL/ Well Services Petroleum Co) clinched Stage Two of the 28th annual Tobago International Cycle Classic (TICC) Division One race which pedalled off at Turtle Beach yesterday. Daniel came from behind to...
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October 2, 2014

The hunt is on for two men who robbed former national football coach and retired school teacher Bertille St Clair at his home in Lambeau, Tobago on Tuesday morning. According to reports, St Clair, 72, was accosted by two masked men as...
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