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Foul Play
Posted: Sunday, December 22, 2013

Foul Play
... Petrotrin discovers fifth leak

Reprisal for illegal diesel clampdown

Petrotrin probes oil spill 'sabotage'
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has confirmed that an investigation has been launched into possible sabotage of operations at State-owned oil company Petrotrin.

ILP leader calls for audit at State oil company
The Independent Liberal Party (ILP) says it is "very alarmed" over the discovery of several oil spills in the waters off southern Trinidad during the course of the last five days.

Roget: Don't blame workers for sabotage

New board says it's saddled with sloppy contract
Petrotrin's billions in cost overruns on Gas Optimisation Project...

Driver dies in crash
Passenger in ICU, two others injured after SUV flips

Archbishop: Church needs a reality check
How many abusers grew up Catholic?

JACOB Monroe, Jabari Her-nandez and Keyana Cumberbatch. Three children, ages one to six, all brutally murdered in three separate incidents that occurred in less than two weeks.

Bunji cops Song of the Year
He says there were racial slurs appearing during the voting...

Call for clarification of 20% rebate on food prices
Former president of the Supermarkets Association and CEO of ADM Import/ Export Distributors Balliram Maharaj:

PM's 20% gift discount too late say consumers

Pm Kamla Persad-Bissessar- Political Survivor of The Year
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, the central figure in today's political landscape, has admitted that her job is one of the hardest in the country

Emailgate—hot topic for months

From cane fields to brain fields
Fazal takes Ste Madeleine...

Spectre of devaluation
IN CONTRAST to the prevailing mood of confidence over the economic future of Trinidad and Tobago, there is spreading depression across in Barbados

...Another downgrade from Moody's Investors
On Friday, Moody's downgraded the government bond rating from Ba1 to Ba3, citing poor economic growth and rising fiscal deficits.

Police find guns and ammo in pigtail bucket
A SUB-MACHINE gun, two handguns and several rounds of nine millimetre ammunition were among illegal items unearthed by police in Morvant yesterday morning.

Gasparillo taxi driver shot dead by masked men
A TAXI driver of Gasparillo was killed by two masked gunmen while liming at a bar during the wee hours of yesterday morning.

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