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Rites and rituals
Police officers investigating a vicious assault of an elderly attendant at Unipet’s Service Station in El Socorro said that they have identified the attackers and arrests are imminent.
I read in the newspapers, with unbelief, a comment by Afra Raymond et al about Lawrence Duprey and his colleagues, and I quote:
The lone protester in a yellow jersey who’d stood outside the Twin Tower’s Finance Building on Wednesday hoisting an “Axe the Tax” placard wasn’t seen outside the Parliament for long yesterday.
Five-year-old Solisha Faith Joseph, who was killed along with her father Solomon Joseph at their Mamoral No 1 home early yesterday, was apparently tucked back in bed to make it look as though she...
“There is a lot of confusion being generated by people who know better,” Rowley said after attending the NGC Bocas Lit Fest at the National Library, Port-of-Spain, last evening.
On Sunday, I wrote an email to disclosure activist, commentator and property valuator Afra Raymond taking issue with some comments he made in Sunday Guardian and on CNC3 News on Saturday night...
The inability of Caribbean governments to keep its commitment for the first time to help fund the The University of the West Indies can lead to peril for the regional tertiary education body.
Former CEO of the Land Settlement Agency (LSA) Dr Allen Sammy fears that if Government imposes property tax on squatters it would legitimise their occupancy on State and private lands.
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