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ANIKA La Rose transformed herself into a human torch when in a fit of rage, she doused herself and former common-law husband Clifford Samuel with gas and set both themselves on fire Tuesday night at Samuel’s house in Arouca.

A FAMILY of nine is pleading with the authorities for assistance as the majority of their Santa Cruz home was destroyed after being hit by three landslides within the space of three hours on Tuesday.

THE Cabo Star, the leased ship to ply the sea bridge between Trinidad and Tobago, arrived in Chaguaramas around noon yesterday, two days after it was originally scheduled to get here.

SEVENTEEN-year-old David Sancaro who was planassed then knocked down by an enraged driver after attempting to save a woman who was being beaten by a man, was yesterday hailed a hero at his funeral service. Delivering the eulogy at J.E. Guides Funeral Home in San Fernando, Sancaro’s boss Brandon Butcher said while many may have walked away from that(...)

AS IF being retrenched from ArcelorMittal was not traumatic enough, Dillon Jaggernauth, 38, his wife and their one-year-old daughter are now homeless in what police suspect was an arson attack which left their California, Couva house in ruins. Without a job and without a home, Jaggernauth is pleading with the authorities to assist him and his famil(...)

VEHICULAR traffic had to be diverted along the M1 Tasker Road in Princes Town yesterday morning due to a partial collapse of the roadway.

THE 2018 budget may be some three months away but Trade and Industry Minister Paula Gopee- Scoon yesterday revealed that special focus would be placed on the development of the manufacturing and agro-processing sectors.

POLICE are seeking the public’s assistance in finding 14-year-old Shamia Charles of Valencia.

TROPICAL Storm Don passed without much incident except for flooding in some areas.

THE Evolving TecKnologies and Enterprise Development Company Limited (e TecK), which manages the Tamana In Tech Park at Wallerfield, says its tenant iQor has partnered with the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) to provide shuttle services for its workers to and from transportation hubs in Arima, Sangre Grande and City Gate in Port of Spai(...)

IN AN article published in yesterday’s edition on Page 15A, titled ‘Trini Wins Korean Scholarship’, in the first paragraph we referenced North Korea when the correct country is South Korea.

THE Kingdom of Morocco’s newly accredited ambassador to TT Abderrahim Kadmiri says he is hoping to increase his country’s cooperation with Caribbean countries in the same manner as was done with islands in the Pacific region.

IF YOU’VE been to the Emperor Valley Zoo recently, chances are you would have seen a bench made out of 10,000 plastic bottles.

WITH the one-off public holiday on October 13, drawing nearer and nearer, the Santa Rosa First Peoples Community intends to contact Government officials to find out what is happening with funding for the holiday.

THE Blanchisseuse Environment Community Organisation (BECO) is willing to meet with musical adventure group Sunsetters to discuss the latter’s plan to develop turtle nesting areas near the Marianne Beach.

THE Catholic News has come a long way over its 125 year existence, migrating first from papyrus to paper, to radio and television and now to the world wide web.

AGRICULTURE, Land and Fisheries Minister Clarence Rambharat in delivering the keynote address at the launch of the Hiking Association of Trinidad and Tobago, said he was fortunate to grow up in a house of environmentalists.

PRESIDENT General of the Joint Trade Union Movement (Jtum) Ancel Roget has warned government to brace for a “fourth storm” on August 4 as the major trade union federations gear up for a demonstration in Port of Spain.



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