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A former national and West Indies cricketer was granted $300,000 bail on Monday when he appeared in court charged with incest.
The Integrity Commission has won its legal battle to have Google Inc provide information on three e-mail accounts, believed to be connected to Attorney General Anand Ramlogan and Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, as part of its investigation into Emailgate.
Seven year old Adita Roopchand died yesterday within minutes, after a metal gate fell on top of her at her Freeport home. The pupil of Freeport Hindu Primary School in Trinidad was allegedly in the front yard of her home at Beaucarro Village, standing mere feet away from her mother who was speaking with a neighbour on the roadway, when tragedy struck at around 9.15 a.m.
Trinidad and Tobago Former Sports Minister and D’Abadie/O’Meara MP Anil Roberts yesterday vowed to do all in his power to clear his name in the wake of the Life Sport controversy that cost him his Cabinet post and his seat in the House of Representatives.
Two reporters in Trinidad have been ordered to perform a total of 300 hours community service after they both pleaded guilty to possession of 15 grammes of marijuana.
The voices in Trinidad and Tobago calling for Anil Roberts to be removed as Sport Minister, amid allegations of impropriety unearthed by a Ministry of Finance audit into the LifeSport programme, are growing.
Almost four years ago, housewife Nanda Ramcharan saved the life of her nine-year-old son, Nyron, by donating one of her kidneys.
Yesterday at around 1.45 pm, Ramcharan, 36, Nyron, now 12, and her husband Mahadeo, 48, were killed when a garbage truck landed on top of their car on the Uriah Butler Highway near the Endeavour Flyover in Chaguanas.
A three-year-old girl is in critical condition at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex in Trinidad, after she was raped at her parents’ home in Guaico, Tamana, allegedly by a 17-year-old boy.
The management of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League is pleased that the matter regarding the naming of the Red Steel franchise has been resolved and that the team will once again proudly bear the name of Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel.
Over $177,000 worth in ticket sales for three upcoming Caribbean Premier League Twenty20 fixtures at the Queen’s Park Oval, Port-of-Spain, scheduled for later this week, were stolen from the venue’s ticketing office between Saturday evening and yesterday morning.
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