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Posted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Foreign help arrives for clean-up

Shut down operations
Environmentalists fear eco-disaster...

Petrotrin still can't find leak source
Crews fight to stem spill flow

Top cop not 'proud' of murder rate
Serious and violent crimes drop by 33 and 30 percent respectively.

$10M for Christmas
The Office of the Prime Minister yesterday announced that Persad-Bissessar had distributed cheques to eight religious leaders

Rice, flour and oil flying off shelves

...Vasant: It was a resounding success
... with consumers flocking to the supermarkets yesterday to buy stock, says Trade Minister Vasant Bharath.

Supermarket owners: Price cuts came too late

Govt beefs up security
Government is increasing security at all State-owned energy facilities following a series of oil spills

100 barrels of oil collected from Rancho Quemado
OVER 100 barrels of oil have been recovered from the spill at Rancho Quemado, Erin, during a clean-up operation that continues today.

PM to visit affected sites...orders security upgrade

Busy Christmas for foreign experts
Four international specialists and two cargo planes filled with equipment arrived yesterday to assist with the clean-up of five oil spills last week in that area.

Oil spill reaches Granville
Grim Christmas for residents, fishing community this year

'...Poorest worst affected, more effective response needed'

Avoid oily waters, fishermen warned
Fishermen have been warned to steer clear of the oil-stained waters off the southwestern peninsula.

...Fish prices expected to increase

Mangrove at risk
Institute of Marine Affairs:

Slain soldier got death threats
Mrdered Lance Corporal Rawle Fletcher allegedly reported to his superiors that his life had been threatened and he believed it was connected to a case in which he had assisted authorities in removing illegal weapons off the street

Reformed street dwellers: We will never return
Marijuana, cocaine and alcohol addiction led three men into a downward spiral that left them jobless and homeless

All he wants for Christmas is a leg
James, 52, of Alexander Street, La Romaine, lost his left leg eight years ago and now has to use a skateboard to get around.

PM congratulates Maharaj
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday congratulated Deodat Maharaj on his appointment as Deputy Secretary General for Development and Social Affairs of the Commonwealth Secretariat

Quake rocks T&T

Happy days at Naps in the fifties

Robbery motive for double murder in Chaguanas
"Collateral damage" inflicted by a killer whose bullets were meant for another man.

Daughter charged with beating mother
A WOMAN yesterday appeared before a magistrate in San Fernando, charged with beating her mother.

CoP Williams: I'm not proud
Low murder detection rate

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