Posted: Thursday, January 23, 2014
Minister of National Security Gary Griffith yesterday ordered a media blackout to prevent the probe being compromised
PERFECT COCAINE COVER
Mark Bassant uncovers faceless companies in US and T&T in drug smuggling ring
Williams stays mum
...but makes appeal for improved border protection
Mother, 15, slain in Belmont
Grandmom adopts baby
Mom, 15, murdered
A 15-year-old mother was gunned down as she walked with the father of her one-month-old daughter in Belmont on Tuesday night.
TTEC fire triggers blackout in West Trinidad
A fire at the Westmoorings substation of the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (TTEC) yesterday evening left thousands of persons in Diego Martin, Westmoorings, Glencoe, Petit Valley
AG: 'One-strike' rule coming
There was a tie in the Senate early yesterday morning, as the Government, Opposition and Independent Senators voted on a procedural motion relating to the Bail Amendment Bill.
...Independent senators take varying positions on bill
Fuad, Rahaman in row over licences
A row has broken out between Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan and president of the Pharmacy Board Andrew Rahaman.
Govt to protect land against squatters
WITH tens thousands of acres of land lost to squatting the State is now looking to beef up legislation to protect its property
Barbados seeks more T&T investment
Soca star under probe for exposing himself
A popular soca artiste, who allegedly exposed himself to two women, including a police officer, is under investigation for a series of similar offences.
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