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Within nine hours on New Year’s Day in Trinidad, the island recorded four homicides.
Brandon Khan was liming with friends at a New Year's eve party at Goodwill Street, Enterprise, when shots were fired shortly after midnight.
A Canadian has been killed in Trinidad in what police are reportedly calling a homicide.
Fraud accused Vicky Boodram had her Mercedes Benz A-Class sedan and her property in a high rise area in South Trinidad seized by the State.
The University of the Southern Caribbean, the alma mater of 30-year-old Dominican murder victim Chriss Brewster, is expected to hold a memorial service in her honour today.
According to Newsday, the service would be held to commemorate Brewster’s life and her time at the university, which she attended from 2012, graduating with a BBA in finance in May. After graduating, the mother of two was seeking employment and earned money as a seamstress.
A soldier is among three men due to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate today, charged with the November 12 murder of businessman Saisnarine Ningwah.
Trinidad and Tobago Commissioner of Prisons William Alexander yesterday acknowledged that prison officers are being targeted by criminals.
Kimberly Teelucksingh allegedly took her life on Wednesday afternoon after accusing her boyfriend of five months of infidelity. Investigators perused 24-year-old Teelucksingh’s cell phone records which revealed she had sent messages to a young man accusing him of being unfaithful.
Persistence is a hell of a thing. One entertainer’s undying passion and his heritage have fueled what will likely be a long and prosperous career in music.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Jade Lopez- the artiste best known for a 2008 single called, “Bum Bum,” is determined to show the world what he’s made of. He’s been residing in the Turks and Caicos with his wife and young son, a move that came quite suddenly after his wife received the perfect job offer.
CARIBBEAN Airlines Limited (CAL) will this year provide two million seats on its airbridge service between Tobago and Trinidad, according to figures given in a statement by the company yesterday on seats already provided up to August, and seats to be provided
FORMER TT sprinter Ato Modibo Stephens has been sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment in the Cayman Islands, after being found guilty of misuse of an ICT network, at the end of a trial regarding allegations that he acted inappropriately with a 14-year-old female athlete. Stephens was found not guilty of two counts of indecent assault and one count of gross indecency.