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Posted: Saturday, January 18, 2014

$.6b in drugs hidden in Trinidad Juices tins busted in Virginia


Mother Lode

Lawyer challenges summonses
Docs in court over Chrystal's death

Griffith hints local tip-off led to haul

Guyanese most often overstay in T&T
...tied with Chinese as top undocumented workers, says report

Resentment growing over fight for jobs
'Migrants willing to work for much lower wages'

Petrotrin oil spill probe uncovers fuel racket
Worker fired for selling oil to rival

'Petrotrin worker fired for oil spills'

Teacher in mystery death laid to rest
THE husband of school teacher Avianna Ramraj-Karim who died mysteriously at a doctor's office in Penal on Monday, turned up at her funeral yesterday dressed in his wedding suit.

Petrotrin facing court
Group threatens legal action over seismic bombing:

EMA welcomes Assessment Task Force to address oil spills
THE State's appointment of a National Environmental Assessment Task Force that will address, among other issues

...Calls for effective policing on roads
At the stakeholders meeting with the National Carnival Bands Association (NCBA) and the National Carnival Commission (NCC) at the Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain...

Constitution Commission recommends: Appoint ministers from Senate only

NIB takes 'blows' in Parliament
Poor service main issue plaguing system

New $8m centre for Beetham
The Beetham Community Centre was vandalised and the Government is now seeking to rebuild it at a cost of $8 million

124 children killed
THE FIRST report of the Child Protection Task Force has knocked the social care system, while crimes against children are on the rise, increasing by 11 percent over a five-year period.

Two more killings take murder toll to 31
For the same period last year the figure stood at 23

US$25,000 reward for wanted Trini
The United States is offering a reward of up to US$25,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of Trinidad and Tobago national Andre Neverson

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