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Posted: Saturday, January 11, 2014

LAW-ABIDING citizens of this country continue to live in fear after being terrorised daily and kept literally under the guns of bandits, hitmen and gangsters

Secret cocaine surgery at St Augustine Private Hospital

Teen pregnant: dad accused of having sex with her
...Magistrate denies bail

Graffiti warning
THUGS spray-painted obscene warnings to the police, informants and residents on two buildings in a Couva housing development

Residents threaten HDC workers' lives
...vandalise buildings after refused jobs

FIU report: $1.12b in suspicious activities stopped
Suspicious monetary transactions with an estimated value of $ 1.12 billion were intercepted by reporting entities

Security agencies now sharing info
Gary: No disbanding

$3.2 M spent on Family Day host a Laventille Family Day at the Queen's Park Savannah in November 2012

Ex-Special Branch officer tipped for CoP, says Rowley
'Recommended Reshmi'

Ramesar: Cops suffer burn out
POLICE Social and Welfare Association president Sgt Anand Ramesar says the families of police officers are being negatively affected by the continued absence

Griffith eyes OPV for Coast Guard
Three years ago the Government cancelled an order for three offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) but now National Security Minister Gary Griffith says one is needed

London wants Tobago crime plan

'He said, he said'
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan has claimed the Opposition has not responded to Government on critical crime legislation, including reforms to the process for the appointment of a Commissioner of Police...

Petrotrin pays out fishermen
While La Brea fisherfolk yesterday expressed satisfaction at the compensation offered by Petrotrin for lost earnings due to the massive oil spill along Trinidad's south western peninsula

Gopee-Scoon claims cover up
POINT Fortin MP Paula Gopee-Scoon yesterday accused State-owned oil company Petrotrin of using claims of sabotage to cover up the poor housekeeping that led to last month's oil spills.

House debates oil spills

Balmain residents return home as gas scent lifts
Eight pressurised tanks containing the chemical Ethyl Mercaptan has been identified as the source of gas fumes which forced the evacuation of several persons in Balmain, Couva

Moonilal: It's showtime
After two-year absence Manning back in Parliament...

...'Happy' Manning remains silent on first day back

Our countrymen are being targeted at Piarco
Jamaican radio host:

Parents and students beef up protest for new school
Parents and students of North Manzanilla Government Primary School situated on North Manzanilla Road yesterday beefed up their protest for a new school.

Star Presentation pupil dies of mystery illness
The death of star cricketer and ace pupil at Presentation College, San Fernando, has plunged the school into mourning and baffled his family.

Gangster murdered in Mt Hope
A WELL-KNOWN gang-leader, who had a string of pending matters as well as addresses, was found shot dead yesterday morning 50 feet off a Mt Hope precipice.

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