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Harsh social media criticism has forced Trinidad and Tobago gymnastics representative Marisa Dick to avoid it completely.

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Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has expressed the view that the strong ancestral and cultural links connecting Panama to Barbados warrant a strengthening and enhancing of the existing diplomatic relationship. According to him, this is necessary to “solidify a partnership that is mutually beneficial”.

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Two families are now in mourning after two separate beach excursions turned tragic, yesterday in Trinidad. A nine year-old girl and her 75 year-old grandfather drowned in Mayaro while in Manzanilla a 13 year-old girl and her 50 year-old father drowned after getting into difficulties in the water.

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A 65 year old retiree, his son, 23, and his nephew, 40, are in police custody as investigations continue into the discovery of what police officers described as the largest ever haul of ammunition in South Trinidad and possibly the country.

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The family of 25 year old Nikki Phillip, who was run over by a truck during a celebration in Antigua last week, says they are searching for answers.

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