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25 babies die

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Killer bacteria strike at PoS General Hospital: Baby boy dies

Read the story at Trinidad Express news September 13, 2003 or here… (more…)

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Driest March in 7 years

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Cops keep tabs on Muslim group

As published in The Trinidad Guardian Online Edition BY ASHA WILLIAMS Police are monitoring the activities of Umar Abdullah and his followers although they say no reports of threats from the group have been made by British and American interests in the country. (more…)

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T&T heading for most corrupt status

By NADINE HOSEIN (as published in The Trinidad Guardian) Trinidad and Tobago may be heading for ignominy of a spot in the top 10 most corrupt countries in the world, Legal Affairs Minister Camille Robinson Regis said yesterday. T&T currently holds the number 33 spot in the Transparency International

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Deluge-Torrential rains cut off communities

FIFTEEN people trapped inside the Cipriani Labour College had to be rescued in boats by firemen yesterday, while millions of dollars in machinery, livestock and produce were lost to surging flood waters in East, Central and South Trinidad. (more…)

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"Message of hope to all people"

(as published in The Trinidad Guardian Online Edition) In a small mandir tucked in Rambert Village, La Romin, a young woman gently wipes statues of Mother Durga and Lord Krishna. The scent of incense burns, and a deya flickers at the feet of a large Shiva lingum, the epitome of Lord Shiva. The woman, Dolly […]

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Deadlock continues in Trinidad's parliament

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Aids threat grows in Caribbean

According to this Financial Times news article, the Caribbean has the world’s second highest incidence of HIV/Aids infection after sub-Saharan Africa. And Trinidad & Tobago is in the top 12 countries with the highest incidence of HIV/Aids in the Americas.

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