Posted: Friday, January 24, 2014
TRANSPORT Minister Stephen Cadiz yesterday outlined a series of measures aimed at "locking down" the nation's ports in order to block the flow of illicit goods
'Mysterious' package causes lockdown
Cops: Nothing illegal inside
CGA reports thousands of cases of juice stolen
Police: Cartel sending female assassins for whistle-blowers
...Duke: None at PoS, Pt Lisas
Cadiz: Illegal weapons, drug trade between Tobago and T&T...
Ex-Caribbean Sea Works director: My hands are clean
MP: Relocate them
'La Brea residents living in hell...'
Kamla going to Cuba
third Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) in Havana, Cuba.
T&Tec: Cause of fire still unknown
...OWTU raises slew of questions
...fire was the third of its kind at that same sub-station within the last ten years.
Calls for Tribunal to probe Jack
THE INTEGRITY Commission yesterday revealed it has invoked provisions of the Integrity in Public Life Act asking President Anthony Carmona to appoint a tribunal to probe Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner
...$600m to build 100 preschools
NCC push ahead despite re-route challenge
THE National Carnival Commission (NCC) has defended its move to change the parade route in Port of Spain this year
'Swappi not under probe for indecent exposure'
Man, 78, killed at home: cops seek mango thief
AN ALLEGED mango thief is currently being sought by police, in connection with the murder of a Morvant man near his home on Wednesday night.
Murder No 40
THE nation's 40th murder for this year was recorded on Wednesday night with the discovery of the body of 79-year-old Bernard Duprey who was found at his Morvant home with his throat slit
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