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Monthly Archives: May 2020

T&T’s last known COVID-19 patient discharged

Trinidad and Tobago’s last known COVID-19 positive patient has been discharged from hospital. The patient, said to be an elderly woman from south Trinidad was released from the Caura Hospital last night. She was the last of the 108 people … Continue reading

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Decomposing body of man found in Woodbrook

The decomposing body of a man is discovered at his Woodbrook home. He has been identified as 64-year-old Richard Miller. His body was found in the living room of his Methuen Street home at round 9:40 last night. Relatives say … Continue reading

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Senate President orders member to leave chamber after cel phone goes off

Senate President Christine Kangaloo orders a member out of the chamber after his cellular phone goes off. Newly minted Government Senator Jason “JW” Williams was asked to leave the Upper House on Thursday. The Soca star turned politician, is the … Continue reading

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Nationals stuck in India plead to return home

Twenty-six nationals stuck in India, after the borders of this country closed, are pleading with the government to allow them to return home. Among the group are students who were on a scholarship facilitated by the Indian High Commission in … Continue reading

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Martin Daly, Reginald Dumas express concerns about T&T/Venezuela issue

Senior Counsel Martin Daly and former Diplomat Reginald Dumas have issued a joint statement expressing concerns about the Trinidad and Tobago/Venezuela issue. The two say the row over the visit to this country of Venezuela’s Vice President Delcy Rodriguez is … Continue reading

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State accused of turning a blind eye on unauthorised entry of Venezuelan migrants

The state is accused of turning a blind eye to the unauthorised entry of Venezuelan migrants in Icacos. Councillor Shankar Teelucksingh says they are coming in by the droves. Councillor Teelucksingh’s comment comes in the wake of 32 Venezuelans who … Continue reading

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Nigerian man appears in court for scamming 82-year-old woman

A Nigerian man has appeared in a Port of Spain Magistrates Court charged with scamming a woman $128,500. 48-year-old Charleson Oba-So-Anya is alleged to have pretended to be the long lost godson of an 82-year-old woman, whom he scammed out … Continue reading

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Thousands of maxi taxi owners and operators get grants by next week

Thousands of maxi taxi owners and operators are to get their $2,000 grants from the government by next week. Yesterday in the Senate, Minister of Finance Colm Imbert said the funds are available for disbursement to the Ministry of Works … Continue reading

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Investigations continue into deaths of retired police officer and wife

Investigations are continuing into the deaths of retired Police Corporal Kenneth Machan and his wife Leela Marchan. The two were found dead at their Cunupia home on Monday morning. Their bodies were badly decomposed. The Police Social and Welfare Association … Continue reading

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Opposition calls for removal of Minister of National Security

There are now Opposition calls for the resignation or removal of Stuart Young as Minister of National Security. The calls spiked yesterday after a release from the U.S. ambassador to this country, Joseph Mondello. In the release Mr. Mondello contradicts … Continue reading

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