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A domestic dispute has claimed the life of two police officers.

Dead are woman police officer Rackel Kipps and her male companion Kevin Youksee.

Youksee shot Kipps dead before...

Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan says he will be taking a policy document to cabinet this Thursday aimed at protecting cyclists on the nation’s roadways.
Minister Sinanan was on...

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Chef Joe Brown of Jaffa had sponsored Arrive Alive's World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims for many years.

Today, he became a victim himself.

"It’s tragic he should lose...

A fe­male British na­tion­al and a top lo­cal chef have been killed and two oth­ers se­ri­ous­ly in­jured af­ter a car ploughed in­to a group of cy­clists along the Churchill Roo­sevelt High­way...

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As the saga continues to unravel regarding the restructuring of state oil company Petrotrin, the prime minister today tells the house of representatives that Mike Wiley, CEO of the Heritage...

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No laughing matter with Akash Samaroo

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Public Utilities minister Robert Le Hunte is now saying that while there are no immediate plans to send home staff at WASA, he is continuing to cut back on the outsourcing of contractors and...

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Guyana's main international airport is now reopened after a commercial airliner crash-landed during the early hours of this morning.

At least one Trinidadian national was among the 128...

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A landmark judgment allows Muslim women to wear their hijabs while in police uniform. 

A high court judge today ruled that the police service breached a reserve police officer's...

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Three major drug busts today resulting in the arrests of three people and the seizure of millions of dollars worth of drugs and a cache of guns.

The first raid was led by the commissioner...

The Consumer Affairs Division of the Ministry of Trade and Industry says prices of food have remained the same following the recent floodings.

The division says that as part of its mandate...

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