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GUYANESE GRANNY CHOPPED TO DEATH Posted: Monday, May 29, 2017
GUYANESE GRANNY CHOPPED TO DEATH AN ABUSIVE relationship ended in murder on the weekend as Guyanese-born grandmother Enid Rosaline Periana, 62, was chopped to death inside the man's apartment in Madras Road, St Helena.
'Ten cents' riddled in the face, chest A LITTLE more than a month after he was acquitted of a murder charge, Nicholas 'Ten Cents' Fortune, 33, met his end yesterday being shot so many times at close range that his face was barely recognisable.
Dr Alexandrov sent to Tobago HOURS after Newsday reported that Forensic Pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov was strongly opposed to a proposal to transport via the seabridge from Tobago, three bodies for autopsies
Seabridge woes hurting livestock trade A DISGRUNTLED livestock farmer from Trinidad says Tobago will experience significant economic downturn if the current sea and air bridge issues continue unabated.
Cabinet approves US$11M for fund CABINET has agreed for this country to support the replenishment of the Caribbean Development Bank's ninth cycle Special Development Fund (SDF 9) in the sum of US$11 million.
Sports hotel fees realistic Hassel Thom, president of the Trinidad Hotels, Restaurants & Tourism Association (THRTA) says the $92,000 bill chalked up by Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, Darryl Smith, for a three-night stay at the Magdalena Grand Beach Resort in Tobago
Mosquito Creek hails Indo descendants TO THE drumming of tassa, songs and dance, two of the eldest residents of Mosquito Creek took the spotlight yesterday as they joined in the re-enactment of the arrival of East Indian indentured labourers to this country back in 1845.