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Joseph: Gangs to be outlawed
Posted: Friday, September 19, 2008

Kamla ready for budget reply

Bakr denied motion to challenge Act
Charged for Eid sermon

Judge rules Act valid
Bakr faces terrorism trial


Ramesh: Take action
Calls on Speaker to refer to 'assault' outside Parliament

Dumas: HCU bailout talk premature
Labour Minister Rennie Dumas said yesterday that it is premature to say that the Government is going to bail out the Hindu Credit Union (HCU) at this point in time.

Crackdown on crime... Joseph: Gangs to be outlawed
National Security Minister Martin Joseph says the Government is looking at the possibility of drafting legislation to outlaw criminal gangs.

Man killed in shoot-out with cops
A 28-year-old man is dead after he reportedly shot at police officers on Wednesday night in Belmont.

One killed, 3 hurt in Caroni shooting
Five men in a car were targeted for death along the Caroni South Bank Road, just after noon yesterday.

'Sex workers' in custody
Shortly after arriving in Trinidad aboard a fishing boat, six Colombian women- suspected sex workers-were held along the south-western peninsular.

AGONY: Family reacts to murder of missing men
THERE were more questions than answers following the discovery of the decomposing bodies of two young men who had been missing since Monday.

T&T still rates high in corruption
Trinidad and Tobago scored 5.3 out of ten in the Transparency Internationalís 2008 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI).

Private nursing home in Sando:
119 tested positive for dengue


Law Association takes action:
'Bad-pay' lawyers before the courts



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