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Health Minister: Scorpion stings don’t really kill – Trinidad News


Health Minister: Scorpion stings don't really kill
Trinidad News
Owing to the fact that the sting of a scorpion is less venomous than from the bites of poisonous snakes, only three of which are habitat in Trinidad, Khan admitted that specific antidotes for scorpion stings will not be stored at hospitals. The ...

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Tobago hotels get big Carnival boost – Trinidad Guardian

Trinidad GuardianTobago hotels get big Carnival boostTrinidad GuardianHardwicke said Tobago hotels generally fill up four to five days before Carnival Monday and Tuesday with visitors from Trinidad who do not wish to participate in the festivities. He ...

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MOM BURNS CHILDREN’S HANDS OVER FIRE

Some parents go beyond the call in disciplining their children and most times end up in trouble and having to face the court.

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Health Minister: Scorpion stings don’t really kill

DISCLOSING yesterday that hospitals do have anti-venoms to treat snake bites, Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan said yesterday that he has ordered an investigation into Friday’s death of two-year-old Faith Henry, of ChathamVillage, Cedros.

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Trinis eating horse meat

EVEN as Europe is hit by a food scandal of the secret addition of ground-up horse meat to beef to make hamburgers, reports are that Trinis are knowingly eating horse-steaks as a delicacy. In fact, horse meat consumption is thriving so much in east Trin...

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Schoolchildren at Carmona’s inauguration ceremony

RETIRED public servants and schoolchildren are expected to be among the guests at the inauguration ceremony of the fifth President, Anthony Carmona, which is to be held at the National Stadium on March 18.

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Archbishop prays for Pope again

Archbishop Joseph Harris prayed for Pope Benedict XVI that he may be well, and find strength in his last days as the Pontiff.

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Afra mum on Highway report

NO light could be shed yesterday on the whereabouts of the Report of the Review Committee on the Point Fortin Highway chaired by Independent Senator Dr James Armstrong, when Newsday spoke to Afra Raymond, head of contractors lobby, the Joint Consultati...

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Guyana wants financial statement, bond from Fly Jamaica – Go Jamaica


Guyana wants financial statement, bond from Fly Jamaica
Go Jamaica
Guyana's aviation minister Robeson Benn has called on the management of Fly Jamaica Airline to meet certain conditions before it begins flights out of the country. Benn has asked for the submission of corporate financial information as well as a bond ...

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Westwood showcases support for Assange on London catwalk

LONDON (Reuters) – British designer Vivienne Westwood showcased more than her fashion designs at London Fashion Week on Sunday by sporting a Julian Assange T-shirt in support of the WikiLeaks founder. British designer Westwood selected a T-shirt emblazoned with her face and the words “I am Julian Assange” to wear at her Red Label fashion show, which sent models in ...

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