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IT WAS a case of kill or be killed.

JASSODRA Jugmohan, who arrived at the San Fernando High Court on Tuesday on a stretcher, walked out of the court with a smile on her face, surrounded by her lawyers, after she was set free on a charge of killing her husband.

HE WAS named after infamous dictator Iraqi president Saddam Hussain, but newly appointed Opposition Senator Saddam Hosein said the country has nothing to fear from him as he vowed to uphold democracy in Parliament.

VIOLENT CRIME continues to be a challenge for the Tobago Division of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. This was the revelation made by Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Tobago Garfield Moore, while speaking during the 10th Tobago town meeting held at the Glamorgan Community Centre on Wednesday evening.

Workers at the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC), San Fernando, downed tools and walked off the job yesterday morning, after one of their employees suffered a broken leg when an unmanned bus pinned him against a steel work table.

Two tall trees are precariously hanging over the humble home of physically challenged Althea Jones and, according to her, remain a threat to her safety. The 63-year-old woman of Mahabir Street, Couva, is even more scared because of the bad weather the country is experiencing these days.

IT WAS a scene of disbelief for several residents of Sam Boucaud Road, Santa Cruz, after their homes were gutted by flood waters, due to heavy rainfall associated with an Inter- Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) on Thursday night.

Legendary mas man, Edmond Hart, died yesterday morning after falling ill on Thursday evening .

RETIRED Chief Justice Cecil Arthur Kelsick,TC, has died. He was chief justice from 1983-1985.

RETIRED clinical director of the Brian Lara Cancer Treatment Centre (BLCTC) in Woodbrook yesterday testified in the $20 million medical negligence lawsuit against the facility over the death of Ricardo “Smokey” McKenzie from a suspected deadly overdose of radiation to his brain.

“NO Syrian gambles,” a respected financial economist said yesterday in response to the announcement by the National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) that it had achieved a “net contribution” of $300 million for the financial year 2016/17, the biggest profit since it was set up 49 years ago.

THE sales agreement for natural gas produced from the Dragon field will hopefully be signed “a month or two” Energy Ministry Franklin Khan has said. Those negotiations are currently taking place between Shell Trinidad & Tobago Ltd, PDVSA- Venezuela’s state-owned oil and gas company, and the National Gas Company of Trinidad & Tobago, Khan told Newsd(...)

President of the Public Service Association (PSA) Watson Duke has declared war on the Tobago Regional Health Authority (TRHA).



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