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Posted: Friday, December 27, 2013

La Brea residents criticise PM's swift response to help St Lucia flood victims

Petrotrin lists nine oil leaks in 10 days

Evacuate Coffee Beach residents now—PNM MP
La Brea MP Fitzgerald Jeffrey is calling for the immediate evacuation of residents from the oil-spill-affected Coffee Beach, La Brea

'Love affair' sparked cop's suicide
A LOVE affair is believed to have sparked the suicide of police constable Lutchmansingh Pooran, after he tried to kill his niece-in-law.

Costly Clean up
T&T aid pours in for St. Lucia and St. Vincent

PM: Country needs big bucks to bounce back
St Lucia needs tens of millions of dollars to get back on its feet, says Prime Minister Kenny Anthony

Oil spill clean-up under way
...Two more leaks found

PM off to visit sick sister in NY
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar was scheduled to leave last night, on a private jet, for New York to be at the bedside of her sister Sally Ahamad

Rajin Dhanraj is dead
Chutney star succumbs to illness...

Lawyer knocks system for criminal tracing
AN attorney whose client's criminal background could not be checked, because of a broken machine, argued yesterday that this country was able to send aid to St Lucia, but was unable to fix the system.

Teenager: Cops set me on fire
An 18-year-old is claiming that he was arrested by police officers who set him afire at the Princes Town Police Station after dousing his body with a flammable liquid.

Relatives of blind murder victim: Why was he killed?

Boxing Day victim caught in crossfire
Laventille killings continue...

Rampersad 'will walk in two months'
Dr Peter Poon King yesterday said the Sea Lots accident victim was on the road to recovery, and doctors were working with him to ensure he can walk in about two months' time.

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