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The mother of dead twin sisters, Khadijah and Khertima Taylor, yesterday recalled how she warned her daughters to never enter a vehicle with a drunk driver at the wheel.">
A Muslim group has imposed a curfew in the Richplain, Diego Martin area, the Sunday Express learned from a police source yesterday.">
‘More transparency in political funding’ | Trinidad Express Newspaper | News www.trinidadexpress.com
Director of the Lloyd Best Institute of the West Indies Sunity Maharaj is calling for more transparency in political funding.">
Twin sisters Khadijah and Khertima Taylor were among three persons killed in a car crash on Sunday. The 18-year-old sisters and four friends were returning home from a nightclub in San Fernando.">
A major financier of the People’s Partnership administration is tipped to secure an $800 million construction contract from the National Gas Company (NGC). ">
The Chinese president’s strategic detour through Latin America and the Caribbean on his way to meeting the US president largely re-inforced the stereotype of us as an insecure, mendicant region with the mixed blessings of location and open markets. "
A POLICE OFFICER was one of three men shot and killed Thursday night in separate attacks in north, east and south Trinidad. The deaths have taken the homicide toll this year so far to 161, according to an Express count.">
Rowley wants PM to explain fire truck scandal | Trinidad Express Newspaper | News www.trinidadexpress.com
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley is calling for an “immediate, unambiguous and truthful explanation” from the Prime Minister, as head of the Cabinet, on the “landmark wastage” involved in the removal of a badly damaged water tender from a precipice."
ONE out of every three of the country’s remand prisoners is a suspected killer. This statistic was revealed yesterday by Justice Minister Christlyn Moore during a press conference held inside the Maximum Security Prison (MSP), Golden Grove Road in Arouca
Trinidad and Tobago opening batsman Evin Lewis slammed an unbeaten 106 in the Barrackpore Sports Association Twenty20 tournament over the weekend to put his side STX into the semi-finals of the competition.">
Caribbean Community (Caricom) countries that support the People’s Republic of China’s One China policy, including Trinidad and Tobago, are to benefit from US$3 billion in concessional loans from that country.">
VENEZUELANS resident in Trinidad yesterday protested the state of their homeland’s economy as well as political tensions following that country’s presidential election held in April this year.">
Today, we at Bourse will be addressing the local monetary sector with respect to inflation, liquidity, the interest rate environment and interest rate outlook. ">
The Borough of Arima is to benefit from Trinidad and Tobago’s relations with the People’s Republic of China.">
In an attempt to assist more people with paying their electricity bills, Cabinet yesterday agreed to increase the limit of power consumption under the Utilities Assistance Programme.">
Seven reigning Carifta champions are expected to be on show this weekend, at the National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) National Junior Track and Field Championships.">
WHETHER fact or fabrication, one thing remains certain about the e-mails read out in Parliament by Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley, and that is that a crime has been committed for the sake of power.">
Carmona: Use holy day to gain spirituality | Trinidad Express Newspaper | News www.trinidadexpress.com
WE should use the holy day of Corpus Christi as a time “to engage a greater sense of morality, spirituality and brotherhood in our daily lives”.">
French Ambassador Jacques Sturm said yesterday that there was no “blacklist”. ">