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Posted: Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Cops call on motorists to observe road laws as two die in Christmas Eve crash

Three killed in Christmas Eve carnage

ASP warns: Zero tolerance for speeding, drunk driving
...'Random breath tests day and night'

WHILE saying there wasn't any evidence the nation's energy sector is under threat by persons unknown in the wake of five major oil spills in the southern sea...

'It's bunker fuel'
IMA finds 'missing link'...

IMA report
Institute of Marine Affairs preliminary report on the investigation and fingerprint analysis of the oil spill in the Gulf of Paria

Petrotrin officials assure PM: Oil Spill Contained
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar says the oil spill that has been ravaging the south-western coastline since last week has been contained

PM: I thought it was worse

Concern for safety of wildlife deepens
In wake of oil spill...

'Oily' the seagull gets cleaned up
...but concerns for wildlife

...Fuad: No long-term ill effects on residents

Christmas ban on cooking
Residents upset at ruined holiday told to avoid open flames

Cedros fishermen get the all-clear
Cedros fishermen were given the all-clear yesterday to return to the waters off the south-western peninsula.

Jamaicans seek redress
TWO of 12 Jamaican nationals who were denied entry into this country in November have filed a complaint with the Foreign Affairs Ministry in their homeland

27 cops promoted on Christmas Eve

Dad pleads for return of kidnapped daughter
JANTON Providence, 36, hopes he can spend today with his two-year-old daughter Kassie.

Boy crushed to death by falling steel gate
A seven-year-old boy was crushed under a steel gate at his home in Cedros yesterday.

Man jailed for stealing equipment from Petrotrin
...had 'vision of sugar plums'

Fishermen kidnapped on high seas
MORUGA police officers are continuing investigations after two fishermen were reportedly kidnapped while out at sea on Monday evening.

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