KARACHI, Pakistan (AFP) — Pakistan's spinning all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez flew to India yesterday in a bid to have his bowling action cleared in time for next year's World Cup.
MELBOURNE, Australia (AFP) — An unbeaten half-century by Shaun Marsh put Australia in a strong position yesterday, setting India a near-record task if they are to win the third Test in Melbourne.
The dump where bodies lie under piles of waste
A VIDEO has emerged on Facebook showing a policeman slapping a man in a wheelchair, and a policewoman pushing his wheelchair downhill along a busy street.
THE two police officers who were caught on camera abusing a wheelchair-bound man should be immediately suspended.
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley satirised yesterday that the Government should leave the large billboards with the Prime Minister’s photo placed at key positions over all the country.
THE Ministry of Works and Infrastructure is investigating whether the billboards bearing “Merry Christmas” posters of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar were legally constructed.
Appreciation was registered on social media by the people of this country for the billboards on the highway routes which bore the images of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, according to Communications Minister Vasant Bharath.
A three-year-old boy died in a crash on the M-2 Ring Road, near Debe yesterday, after the family car was hit by a runaway truck.
PRISON OFFICERS at the Port of Spain jail say special treatment is being afforded to Rajaee Ali who is being detained on charges of conspiracy to murder SLAM 100.5FM disc jockey Kevon ‘Lurbz’ Savoury and being a gang leader.
Kasey Bruce, 29, of Lambeau Tobago, appeared before a Scarborough Magistrates’ Court yesterday, charged with the murder of 65-year-old Sylvert Edwards, of Carnbee Tobago. Edwards was gunned down on December 17, by two gunmen, on the compound of the Division of Infrastructure and Public Utilities, Shaw Park.
Vice-president of the Law Association of T&T (LATT) Gerry Brooks said yesterday it’s not his association’s place to determine the facts in the matter currently engaging the attention of the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (JLSC).
A 24-YEAR-OLD Petit Valley man who was arrested recently, together with his pregnant girlfriend, appeared in the Port of Spain Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with the murder of a fellow resident earlier this year.
And as expected, champions Barbican Football Club was the toast of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Sherwin Williams Women's Premier League awards ceremony at the JFF headquarters in New Kingston yesterday.
President of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Captain Horace Burrell says a Christmas bonus from world governing body FIFA will go a "far way" in funding the country's programmes in 2015.
A dramatic and telling surge plus a move towards the clear passage of the inside rail running position were just the requirements needed by the Anthony Nunes trained, Dane Nelson-ridden, Alacrann to leave the racetrack on Boxing Day as the top tw0-year-old in the land.
Friday December 26
LONDON, England (CMC) — Reggae Boy Jermaine Beckford's second goal in nine days was enough to earn Preston North End a share of the points at Crewe but in-form Trinidadian striker Kenwyne Jones's third goal in four games came too late to save Cardiff from a hiding at the hands of Cardiff.
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AFP) — New Zealand wrapped up a win against Sri Lanka by eight wickets yesterday to cap their most successful year in Test cricket.