Posted: Saturday, February 15, 2014
Police kill two bandits after businessman murdered in Central
Govt paying $37m rent for empty building
Since 2010, Government has been paying the hefty sum of $8.2 million annually for renting a building located at 1 Alexandra Street, which it has never occupied
$22,000 in extra allowances for MPs
House Committee makes proposals on salary increases...
SRC suggests $64,270 for President
‘Pan Splash profits to help pay panmen’
Pan Trinbago president pleased with ticket sales for The Greens
Make way for ‘Miss Miles’ - Monday mas
Carnival 2014 will see a new band on the road aimed at Monday afternoon mas and it features designs by famed masman Peter Minshall.
Ravi B first on stage tonight
The 2014 Chutney Soca Monarch will crown a new winner tonight, as 20 chutney and soca artistes get ready to battle for the biggest payday in the history of the event.
Kamla: Treat patients better
...urges Fuad to make changes
PM to visit China next week
FOR the first time in 30 years a Trinidad and Tobago Head of Government will set foot in China
Defence Force, US Southern Command stage exercise
Rowley: Highway will end in Penal
People’s National Movement (PNM) leader Dr Keith Rowley is predicting that the People’s Partnership Government will fall short on its plans to complete the extension of the Solomon Hochoy Highway to Point Fortin before its term ends in 2015.
4-year-old sexually assaulted
...Removed from parents’ home
Convicted of drug possession
Boy, 15, girl, 18, held after spate of robberies
A 15-YEAR-old boy and an 18-year-old girl were among five people held by police for committing a spate of robberies in the southern and south-western police divisions on Thursday.
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