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Cops kill three
Posted: Sunday, November 13, 2011

Three men were shot and killed by police during a high-speed chase in central Trinidad early yesterday morning, following reports of a robbery spree in Chase Village, Chaguanas.

Cops kill three
Police in shootout after robbery outside Chaguanas bar

Villagers: They're not bandits
A Santa Cruz community was plunged into mourning yesterday, following the news that three of its sons had been killed, while three others were being treated for gunshot injuries.

...Senior officer disputes relatives claims

Cops warn: Stay out of Central Division
A high speed chase and shoot out in central Trinidad involving eight robbery suspects early yesterday morning ended with the police killing three people and injuring three others.

Devant in AATT confusion
Transport Minister Devant Maharaj has landed himself in a dilemma regarding the award of contracts at the Airports Authority of T&T (AATT). The matter is now engaging the attention of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar.

Warner vindicated in $28m lawsuit
A $28 million lawsuit against Works Minister Jack Warner has been thrown out by the High Court. The suit filed by former United National Congress (UNC) financier Krishna Lalla, sought to retrieve a multi-million-dollar contribution to the political party's election campaign in 2007.

Anya: Designers must step up as mentors
PROJECT Runway winner Anya Ayoung Chee yesterday called on other local designers and artists to step up as mentors as she prepares to create a micro-fund for those aspiring in the arts.

Emotional Anya thanks T&T for the love

'It's time for a working class party'
Government has committed a political sin against trade unions by refusing to remove restrictions on holding public meetings and demonstrations during the ongoing state of emergency (SoE).

Patrick Arnold tipped to head NCC
Former Pan Trinbago president Patrick Arnold is tipped to be the new chairman of the National Carnival Commission (NCC).

St James awake again
Scores of limers converged around some of the most popular liming spots in Port-of-Spain on Friday night, four days after Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar lifted the curfew enforced during the ongoing state of emergency.

Selwyn Ryan: The AG, the DPP and the Integrity Commission

Lennox Grant: Alleged outbreak of class war, T&T style

Drive PSC reform, Mr Deosaran
On Friday, PSC Chairman Ramesh Deosaran announced the appointment of a team tasked with reforming the commission.

Parlour owner found shot to death
A 64-year-old Morvant man became the second person to be murdered in Trinidad since the lifting of the curfew throughout the country yesterday morning.

Disabled man dies after stabbing

'Most sex crimes go unreported'

Fish vendor found dead with stab wounds

Woman in custody for stabbing man
The brother of a senior police officer was stabbed to death at his Cumuto Road, Barrackpore, home yesterday, and a female relative is now assisting police in their investigations into his death.

Morvant shopkeeper gunned down inside home

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