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Crime costing $200m a year
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Crime costing $200m a year
PM admits T&T losing revenue in address at Caricom security meeting in Haiti

Security centre in TT
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday proposed establishing a regional security coordination centre in TT to focus regional efforts to combat common security threats.

PRESIDENT-elect Anthony Carmona, 59, yesterday paid glowing tribute to his wife, Reema Harrysingh-Carmona, 43, stating that he could not have reached where he has without her support.

Carmona: I will serve with fairness
Hinting at the tone of his upcoming tenure, President-elect Anthony Carmona has started off what he also describes as "a new process,"

Carmona promises new style

Key man flies out
New Flying Squad fiasco

Download the Highway Review Committee technical report

Gordon: Media got the story wrong
Gun goes missing

Govt advertises value of local foods
To reduce country's import bill…

Engineers to look at 2014 mas route

T&T has culture of abusing kids—activist

Chaguanas kicks off Phagwa season
THE 2013 Phagwa season was launched at the weekend with sprays of colourful abeer, singing and dance.

Not so Mr Minister
THE FATHER of two-year-old Faith Henry, who was fatally stung by a scorpion at her Chatham Village home last Friday, yesterday reacted angrily to statements by Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan

Hunter backs Fuad's claim, offers remedies
NOTING there is no proven anti-venom remedy against scorpion
... most persons would develop allergic reactions to a scorpion sting and not succumb to the venom.

Fuad: Enforce import rules to block horse meat
TAINTED horse meat could be entering this country through Chinese products without proper labelling

Butcher defends horse meat
HORSES are eaten when no one can pay for the upkeep of the animals

Robber killed with own gun during robbery
A 25-year-old robber was shot and killed with his own gun during a botched robbery of a taxi driver and his passengers in Chaguanas yesterday afternoon.

Pastor in court for protected animals
A PASTOR yesterday admitted to the court that he was in possession of protected animals at his pet store.

Foul play in fowl-farm battle
Piparo housewife Debbie Ramona Hansraj role in a neighbourhood fight against illegal chicken farms in her area.

Gang leader's brother gunned down
Mom: He crossed the border

Farmers find body in garden
Police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying a man whose decomposing body was found in a garden in Piarco yesterday morning.

Soldier scolded for sex in car
Magistrate: He embarrassed Regiment

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