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DOUBLE MURDER IN DIEGO MARTIN
Posted: Sunday, September 15, 2013

DOUBLE MURDER IN DIEGO MARTIN
Hours after members of the Laventille Road Police Youth Club held a successful peace march and fun day in their community denouncing the nation's worsening crime situation...

Five more murdered yesterday

Griffith: Police will be more visible
National Security Minister Gary Griffith said yesterday he intends to have a more visible presence of law enforcement officers throughout the country

Volney to Resign
St Joseph MP to announce decision this week

Jack: ILP ready for any St Joseph by-election

Residents to St Joseph MP: Hang up your boots

ANAND'S MISSING WITNESS
...Neighbour named in legal letter as being interviewed by reporter was out of the country at the time

Diego residents in fiery protest
Flood victims claim Government neglect

Glenn: $3m for recovery
At least $3 million will have to be spent to restore parts of Diego Martin damaged by flooding

Rowley: Do more to prevent situation in West

Probe $3b spending by Ministry of the People
Hospedales: A total illusion...

Fuad: Fast food wrecks kidneys
HEALTH Minister, Dr Fuad Khan, says doctors have found the consumption of processed foods has been ruining people's kidneys and leading to a crisis in TT

Govt allocates $28m for private dialysis centres

Greater customer service for patients, says Khan
Government is moving toward having all health institutions in the country internationally accredited.

'Digital hospitals' in TT's future
...whereby all medical records including images could be made available to doctors at the click of a mouse.

Karim: Expect rise in elderly abuse
...as many countries are experiencing rapidly ageing populations

Fire SNC-Lavalin
Imbert files motion in Parliament...

WASA doesn't have $$
...to invest in recycling plant

Sat's son suing over Immigration work ban
Seeks the court's intervention via a judicial review application to have the "employment not permitted" stamp, which is affixed to his passport, deemed "illegal, null and void"

Douglas: $100m to help develop Carnival product

Douglas pays tribute to Sparrow
Minister of Arts and Multiculturalism Dr Lincoln Douglas paid tribute to ailing calypso legend Slinger Francisco (Mighty Sparrow) during his budget presentation at the Parliament Chamber

Rowley tells of 'hungry' Jehue
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley took Sport Minister Anil Roberts, accused Roberts of globe-trotting with local swimmer George Bovell III, while leaving his ministry on auto pilot

McLeod: Many youths not fit for jobs
Minister of Labour: here is an "unemployable" problem in the country and not an unemployment one

Budget funding for 200 new vehicles for cops
To help improve the Police Service's response time to distress calls

Gov't makes serious blunder
Kublalsingh on Debe to Mon Desir section:

Construction of Point highway to begin soon

A life of uncertainty
THE WORLD oftentimes holds a negative view of a woman who leaves her baby behind to be raised by others

Travel advisories can 'hurt' tourism
St Ann's East MP:

Teen in court for weed, offering bribe to police
A TEENAGER who offered the police a $200 bribe after he was found with marijuana, pleaded guilty to both charges before the court last Friday

Fine for man on second drunk driving charge
ANIL SOOKHAI was ordered to pay a $10,000 fine and had his driver's permit taken away for three years after he pleaded guilty on Friday to driving while drunk



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