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2 Venezuela refineries halted after blackout

TWO of Venezuela’s refineries have been halted after a blackout on Sunday morning. Reuters have quoted two unnamed oil industry experts who said the refineries Amuay and Cardon have been halted. Together the twin refineries form the 955,000 barrel-per-day (bpd) Paraguana Refining Center, which has been operating well below capacity for years because of chronic […]readmore

Local Government Elections this Year says PM

SAN FERNANDO – LOCAL Government elections will be held later this year, Prime Minister Keith Rowley said yesterday. He was speaking to the media after he arrived at the People’s National Movement (PNM) regional office at Navet Road in San Fernando where candidates were to be screened. Rowley dismissed talk that the elections were to […]readmore

Ten-month-old critical after fall

MORUGA – Police are investigating how a ten-month-old baby fell off the second floor of an apartment building in Indian Walk, Moruga, last night. Investigators said Javier Castillo was in the gallery playing with his five-year-old brother when he fell over. His parents rushed him to the nearby health facility and he is now warded […]readmore

Brazil Back as Copa America Champions

By ZAID MOHAMMED FOOTBALL powerhouse Brazil, playing without their star striker Neymar, regained their status as the best team in South America with a predictable 3-1 victory over Peru on Sunday at the historic Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. Goals by Everton, Gabriel de Jesus, and a penalty by Richarlson at the end ensured […]readmore

After Raid, Police Commissioner says Officers Tip-off Brothels

By AZP Staff CUNUPIA – POLICE have detained 20 non-nationals during a raid at a business in Cunupia. The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) said this raid was part of its anti-human trafficking stance. Among those detained were 12 Venezuelan women while three Jamaican and five Nepalese men were arrested along with the owner […]readmore

Disney Actor Cameron Boyce Dies

20-year-old Disney actor Cameron Boyce has died. A family spokesperson said he died in his sleep after suffering a seizure which was linked to “an ongoing medical condition.” The actor who made his debut in the horror film Mirrors died on Saturday. He was best known for his role in Disney’s Descendants and the TV […]readmore

Autopsy Tomorrow on Body Found in Billboard Crash

An autopsy is expected to be performed tomorrow on the body of Dexter Pollard who was found dead after his car was lodged in a billboard on the Uriah Butler Highway on Friday morning. Pollard, 50, of Oropune Gardens, Piarco, was found in the wreck of his car that ended up in the billboard of […]readmore

Man Killed at Princes Town Market

Buyers who went to make their Sunday morning shopping at the Princes Town Market were inconvenienced as a man was shot to death around 5 a.m. Police said Kyrel Braxton was shot several times by gunmen who opened fire on him and another person on Cacique Street as vendors were opening up their stalls to […]readmore

TT Beat Guyana in Regional U17 Cricket

By ZAID MOHAMMED   TRINIDAD and Tobago defeated Guyana by nine wickets today at the National Cricket Center in Balmain, Couva to sound a warning as the Cricket West Indies Regional Under-17 Tournament bowled off. After Sion Hackett and Darren Samuel took three wickets each to tumble out the visitors for 91 all out in […]readmore