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A gunman stormed a pan theatre in central Trinidad yesterday shooting four people. Two died while the other two victims remained hospitalised up to late yesterday. Deshawn Sobers, 21, and Trevaughn Sobers, 30, died after they were shot several times while at the  New Age Trend Setters panyard at the front of their home on Enterprise Street, Enterprise,...

The head of a fundamentalist Muslim organisation in Trinidad, who is considering joining the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis), says there is no recruitment going on locally for foreign fighters for Isis. 

Attorney General Anand Ramlogan and his wife Nalini narrowly escaped death last night, after the vehicle in which they were being taken to a cocktail reception at the Southern Academy for the Performing Arts collided with another vehicle at the intersection of the Rienzi Kirton Highway and Todd’s

Residents of St Barb’s, Laventille Road, Picton Road and St Paul Street yesterday dismissed as a lie and propaganda a reward being offered by National Security Minister Gary Griffith for information which may lead to the arrest of Laventille gang members who have put a $20,000 hit on law enforcem

Some 46 municipal police officers attached to the San Fernando City Corporation will receive backpay amounting to $1.7 million on Friday. At the same time, nine of them who staged sickout action on Monday by staying away from the job over the non-payment of arrears will face disciplinary action,

Tributes continue to flow in for world-acclaimed Trinidadian dancer, choreographer, actor, designer and painter Geoffrey Holder, 84, who died of pneumonia on Sunday evening, even as his family planned a fitting farewell for him. Arts and Multiculturalism Minister Dr Lincoln Douglas said the natio

As political parties gear up for next year’s general election, president general of the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union (OWTU) Ancel Roget says there will be no honeymoon for the next government unless labour issues are addressed. Despite the union’s history of campaigning for and against politica

Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard has withdrawn his lawsuit seeking a review of a magistrate’s decision to free former prime minister Basdeo Panday of three corruption charges. The judicial review case was retracted during a hearing before three judges of the Court of Appeal yes

Former national heavyweight boxer Wendell Joseph, 68, sat in his wife’s wheelchair yesterday, his head propped on his hand and a small radio on his lap listening to a programme. It was Day 11 for him and his amputee wife, Erica, 56, at their “home” under a tent in the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-

KFC workers, in particular at Sixth Avenue, Barataria, are fed up of being abused by customers and are sending a clear message to all would-be abusers that if they dare to assault them that they would receive a hot oil bath. The threat came yesterday when the T&T Guardian visited the branch a

Islamic Missionaries Guild president Imtiaz Mohammed says the Government should seek international assistance to locate two men, believed to be local Muslims, who have joined the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis). 

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