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IN MAY the Guardsman private-security group opened a new command centre in Jamaica's capital, Kingston.
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SCHOOLgirls comprise a significant proportion of the teenage population now developing a drinking habit, according to the findings of a regional study highlighted by Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar yesterday.
THE POLICE maintained yesterday that they have been working day and night alongside the Director of Public Prosecutions on the Dana Seetahal SC murder investigation.
With today marking 67 days since the murder of Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal, her relatives are questioning why no one has been arrested and charged with her death.
Marp Limited launched its first Caribbean Global Magazine, Country Vibes at the National Library and Information System Authority , Port of Spain recently.
By Phillip Edward Alexander Diligently writing, writing is the equivalent to fiddling, fiddling while Rome is burning all about you.
The USA Men's Youth National Team will be joined in the competition by Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, and Trinidad and Tobago.
As she got ready to fly off to Brazil yesterday with her grandson, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar pledged over US$1.3 million to the former Soca Warriors.
Today, there are fewer and fewer people in Trinidad and Tobago who recognise that the previous sentence is the Patois origin of the popular saying "What is yours is yours".
IT was an ugly scene outside the Immigration Department in San Fernando yesterday, as enraged citizens turned up to do business only to find the office locked.
SIX police officers, positively identified for allegedly setting fire to a teenager being held at Princes Town Police Station, were released from custody on Saturday pending further investigations.
In the early sixties, while the American landscape was fraught with the unrest of the Civil Rights Movement, witnessing to the assassinations of J Medger Evers, MalcolmX, Martin Luther King, President John F Kennedy and his brother Rober Kennedy, the sit down by Rosa Parks, there was public outcry for equality and justice for all.
Although only 4 of the 12 Anglophone Caribbean countries publicly collect HIV prevalence data among men who have sex with men , in Jamaica, Guyana, and Trinidad and Tobago, researchers report an HIV prevalence of more than 20 percent among MSM.
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO must do better to honour those who do it service, the father of slain US-based soldier PFC Le Ron Wilson, who died in Iraq, said yesterday as his son's name was formally attached to Marli Street, Port of Spain, in his memory.
Police are nearing completion on their investigations into the deaths of 21-year-old Naim Dean, 31-year-old Joel Apparicio and 35-year-old Nathaniel Long.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 10:18 am
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