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CHANGE IS COMING
Posted: Monday, February 3, 2014

CHANGE IS COMING
PNM's Penny on leadership battle:

Cox stays out PNM elections
PEOPLE's National Movement (PNM) Laventille East/Morvant MP Donna Cox yesterday said she will not be contesting any post in the party's internal elections on May 18.

AG: Amendments to Bail Bill to be discussed
THE AMENDMENTS to the Bail Amendment Bill are expected to be debated in Parliament on Friday.

TT children too fat
There is a direct link between childhood obesity and chronic non-communicable diseases (CNCDs) said Dr Anjani Sharma, research medial officer with the Ministry of Health.

Vaccine can save children
HIV researcher on HPV controversy

Baby to be put for adoption
12-year-old rape victim pregnant

Beetham residents back recycling at landfill
Let Us Run Own Plant

EMA says air safe in capital

Wind change blows smoke in Barataria
Residents of Barataria, Cascade and Lady Young Avenue, Morvant, complained yesterday of heavy smoke affecting them, resulting in watery eyes and itchy throats

Fishermen claim new oil spill
$20,000 net destroyed

Law Made Simple
Important role of copyright agencies

Bunji, Fay-Ann energise Hilarians
Soul Train Award winner Ian "Bunji Garlin" Alvarez and his wife, Fay-Ann Lyons delivered an electrifying performance to close off the action at the eighteenth annual Hilarians All Inclusive fete on Saturday night.

CHUTNEY SOCA BATTLE
Forty-three artistes in the soca and chutney soca arena mounted the stage at Rienzi Complex, Couva in a musical battle for a place in the finals of the 2014 Lotto Plus Chutney Soca Monarch competition.

Calypsonians delight at Klassic Ruso

Defence Force's absence disappoints Panorama fans
Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force Steel Orchestra did not participate in the preliminary round of the national steelband panorama competition for single pan bands

'Doubles' book launched in Miami
Launch of the book Out of the Doubles Kitchen by Badru Deen.

Tobago shopping gets boost with Signal Hill mini malls
Tobago's business has gotten a boost with the opening of the Signal Hill mini malls.

Chaguanas Chamber takes over Servol
The Chaguanas Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CCIC) has taken Servol under its wing.

Ministry inviting public to attend Mentorship Village 2014

Cops catch car thieves in act
Port-of-Spain police have detained two men they believe are part of a car stealing ring that has been operating in the capital city.

No headway in robbery, murder investigation
$3m Sentinel Security hold-up

Jah David killing remains unsolved
LAST December's murder of the leader of the "Rasta City" gang, Jah David Andrews, remains unsolved despite the best efforts of the Homicide Bureau.

18-year-old gunned down playing football
TWO more men were murdered on Saturday night in Barataria and Diego Martin carrying the country's murder toll for the year so far to 49.



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