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Brasso Seco residents yesterday breathed a sigh of relief after learning that the country’s most wanted man, Azmon Alexander, was caught by police. 

According to police reports, around 10.30 am yesterday officers of the Northern Division Task Force led by Insp Mark Maharaj chased a green Mazda car along Lennox Yearwood Boulevard, Malabar.

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A Laventille pensioner was raped and killed at her home yesterday after returning from her routine church service. Her killing drew outrage from residents who saw when the killers escaped. The victim was identified as Norma Holder, 74, a live wire in the community, who lived alone. An eyewitnesse

A rare and historical find. That’s how Transport Minister Stephen Cadiz has described the recent discovery of the remains of a 17th-century Dutch ship, the Huis de Kreuningen, in Tobago.

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Former T&T ambassador to the United Nations, Rodney Charles is back home to lead the election campaign for the ruling People’s Partnership administration in the run-up to the 2015 general election. Charles is convinced the PP will retain political office because the PNM has stuck to its old p

Members of the Public Services Association (PSA), led by union president Watson Duke, yesterday staged a protest to highlight that not enough is being done to treat with Ebola. Workers from the health sector, Airports Authority, Immigration and Customs officers held a placard demonstration in fro

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Clinical and community psychologist Dr Dianne Douglas is urging parents to take control of their children. Douglas said it must be clear to children who is in control in the homes. In the modern world, she said, parents liked to believe that they were their children’s friends.

Two men who never met each other but were both excited about Christmas and planned to get married next year to their partners, were killed when their vehicles collided at Mosquito Creek, La Romaine, early yesterday morning. Richard Kevon Bailey, 28, also know as DJ Zorro, of San Fernando, and Kam

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Secretary director of T&T Coalition of Services Industries (TTCSI) Mahindra Satram-Maharaj says 99 per cent of the imported raw materials used for Carnival costumes are toxic.

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