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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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  • $100,000 REWARD OFFERED IN TOBAGO MURDERS

    Any murder in Tobago is big news for the tiny island and a double murder doubly so. More

  • T&T WARNING WEBSITE

    Tobago love gone sour has prompted another foreign national to take to the world wide web to, well, bad talk the island. More

  • ALEXANDER ON BRASSO SECO AND TOBAGO MURDERS

    The public is being praised for its cooperation with police which led to the capture of Azmon Alexander, the main suspect in the Brasso Seco murders. But Inspector Roger Alexander of the North Eastern Division Task Force is troubled by the initial response from members of the community, who he says, shielded the wanted man. More

  • AFRICANS CLAIM UNFAIR TREATMENT AFTER RELEASE

    Head of the Emancipation Support Committee, Khafra Kambon, says the Immigration Division is creating a sense of unrest with the detainees even after they have been released from the immigration detention centre. He says they're being made to pay for their own tickets home. More

  • MOONILAL SAYS NO ABUSE OF PROCESS

    There can be no abuse of the process. That's the position of the Housing Minister on the State funded housing provided for advisors to the Prime Minister and one of her communications officers as reported by the Express newspaper today. More

  • MERVYN DILLION ON WI

    Even though the West Indies have had some mediocre performances of late one man has put them as favorites for winning the 2015 World Cup. More

  • DAREN GANGA DVD LAUNCH

    Daren Ganga launched his cricket coaching DVD on Friday at the Nigel R. Khan Bookstore in Trincity Mall. More

  • Someone’s Got To Do It, Pt 2

    We probably don't know their names or what they look like. More

  • TUNAPUNA REGIONAL CORPORATION TROUBLES

    Residents of the Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation could soon be suffering from a lack of local government services. More

  • HIV AIDS SEMINAR

    Changing the conversation has been recognised as key to the fight against HIV and AIDS. More

  • Most Wanted Man Arrested

    The search is over as tonight Azmon Alexander, the main suspect in the abductions and murders of three members of a Brasso Seco family, is in police custody. According to police reports Alexander was captured by officers of the Northern Division Task Force and the Crime Patrol Unit around 10.30 this morning. More

  • Family Reacts

    Relatives of Alexander's alleged victims are elated over the news of his arrest. They say, the pain of losing their loved ones to murder is a living nightmare. But they are hoping to find some sort of closure, which they feel can only happen when the perpetrator or perpetrators behind the violent crimes are brought to justice. More

  • Update on Tobago Murders

    Several persons have been interviewed and are assisting police with their investigations into the gruesome murders of husband and wife Hubertus and Bridget Keil who were found hacked to death at Minister's Bay Bacolet in Tobago. More

  • Guave Road Farmers Protest

    Guave Road farmers in Chaguaramas are again outraged that their crops have been bull-dozed by contractors hired by the Chaguanas Development Authority. They say it’s time for the Prime Minister to intervene. More

  • New Home Owners

    An early Christmas gift for thirty-two people who collected keys to their new HDC homes today. Speaking at the handing over ceremony Housing Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal said the Government's goal is to hand out a total of one thousand homes before Christmas. More

  • Toyota Classic

    Super League club, Wasa F.C. pulled off the surprise of the Toyota Classic yesterday, sending the defending champs, W Connection out of the competition. Wasa held Connection to a 1-1 draw in regulation time before veteran striker Stern John hit the the winner in the penalty shoot-out to give Wasa a 4-3 win over the Savonetta Boys. But the other Pro league clubs dominated in the other matchups, with Caledonia crushing Defence Force's Super League outfit 3-NIL. While in our feature matches, Defence Force and San Juan Jabloteh combined to score 10 goals in their respective wins over super League clubs Palo Seco and Phoenix More

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