(Trinidad Express) A man was attacked and beaten to death with a concrete block in Ste Madeleine near San Fernando on Sunday afternoon.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Barbara Smith, better known as Lady Ann, a veteran dancehall artiste whose megahit, Informer, set her in a league of her own, has come in for commendation from the wife of Brigadier Jerry.
(Trinidad Newsday) A three-year-old girl died in the arms of her father after suffering for three days from cold-like symptoms, which her family believes were related to the H1N1 virus (swine flu).
(Jamaica Observer) One member of Jamaica’s Parliament has boldly admitted to accepting monetary gifts from contractors, in order to bolster his salary which he said was too low to meet the needs of his constituents and his home.
Armed bandits invaded Harris Paints on Water Street, Georgetown yesterday morning and held workers at gunpoint before carting off approximately $4 million in cash.
A Rose Hall man, who on Friday refused a transfer from the Port Mourant Public Hospital for further medical treatment and discharged himself, has succumbed to a single stab wound that he sustained during an altercation with a businessman.
By Nathaniel Wren For women who are difficult to love, I wish to understand your character.
LUCKNOW, India, CMC – West Indies were floored by an exceptional spell from seamer Karim Janat and crashed to a 41-run defeat to Afghanistan in the second Twenty20 International here yesterday, turning today’s final match into the critical series decider.
A six year-old girl is now dead after she was struck by a car along the Farm, East Bank Essequibo (EBE) Public Road yesterday afternoon.
Former Chief Justice (ag) Ian Chang, SC, died yesterday following a battle with cancer.
North Georgetown, Redeemer and South Ruimveldt were amongst the winners when the Smalta Girls Pee Wee Football Championship continued yesterday at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.
Dear Editor, There is a matter at the Region Four level which is of concern to the Better Hope/LBI NDC and the Enmore/Hope NDC.
Local attorneys for Trinidad and Tobago firm Commissiong and Company Limited have issued a demand letter to the Guyana Oil Company (GUYOIL) for payment of over GY$80 million for materials acquired and work done under a now aborted agreement as well as for an estimated loss of profits.
LA PAZ (Reuters) – The United Nations warned yesterday that violence in Bolivia could “spin out of control” following recent skirmishes between security forces and coca farmers loyal to ousted President Evo Morales that have left nine dead.
Dear Editor, The recently announced wage/salary and allowances increase is not the first time a government announced same without the agreement of the union.
Five weeks after an oil-like substance mysteriously appeared in the bottom-flat home of a Parika, East Bank Essequibo family, they are awaiting soil test results while remaining fearful that there could be an explosion at any time.
Soesdyke and Kuru-Kururu secured easy wins when the East Bank Football Association (EBFA) Senior League resumed yesterday at the National Training Centre, Providence.
Dear Editor, GT&T’s motto is: Do More It is an aspiration that is substantively honoured in the breach.
While this year’s Rupununi Music and Arts Festival has been postponed, organisers are bringing the festival experience to the city this weekend.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India crushed Bangladesh by an innings and 130 runs inside three days after Mohammed Shami led the hosts’ superb display of hostile seam bowling in the opening test in Indore yesterday.