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Horror as another Keyana, 6, snatched
Posted: Thursday, December 19, 2013

Horror as another Keyana, 6, snatched
Cops Ensure Happy Ending



Rape Crisis report reveals stunning fact: 300 cases of sex assault against children annually

Gang thefts, blocked roads
Updated UK travel advisory warns of...

CJ: No crisis in delay of justice

Pitman jailed for 40 years
... for the brutal killings of three people more than a decade ago

Pitman to serve 40 years

Central Bank revises 2013 growth down to 1.5%
... down from the 2.5 per cent it had maintained in May.

...Mixed reactions to Monetary Policy Report
Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Commerce president Moonilal Lalchan said yesterday he was concerned about the Central Bank's projection of strengthening GDP growth of 2.5 per cent in 2014.

Yorke Structures gets Shaw Park contract

Oil slick brings woes for South fishermen
Residents fear more damage from high tide

Planning ministry to carry out 10-year seismic study in ten areas

'Brace for pickets, protests in 2014'
Trade unions, top cop disagree on interpretation...

Tourism on downward spiral
Tourism stakeholders say there is no holistic plan for the tourism industry

Khan: Abdominal virus not chikungunya
That nasty virus many people have contracted which sort of resembles dengue is not the chikungunya virus which has been reported for the first time in the Western Hemisphere

2 Malabar friends go missing
TWO friends have mysteriously vanished from their Malabar community, one of them leaving behind an anguished wife and two toddlers.

Woman gunned down in Grande
A 35-year-old woman, described by police as a "notorious character", was gunned down in Sangre Grande yesterday.

Bloody Corridor
ALMOST three out of every four murders committed in this country for the year occurred along the East-West Corridor in Trinidad

Cops charged with murder
A HIGH COURT judge has cleared the way to have warrants issued for the arrest of three police officers and have them charged with murder.

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