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Fuad defends absent doctors
Posted: Monday, March 10, 2014

Fuad defends absent doctors
Final report on C-section death today


Gopeesingh 'welcoming suggestions to do away with dreadful examination'

Do away with dreadful SEA

Lev Tahor members back in Canada
NINE members of "an orthodox Hasidic Jewish group" from Canada, known as Lev Tahor, who were denied travel to Guatemala when they entered Trinidad last Monday

Prime Minister off to St Vincent today
Caricom Heads of Government meeting

Security, slave trade reparation also in focus
Apart from crime and security and other issues, today's Caricom Intersessional agenda includes updates on regional efforts to seek redress from European states for the hardship endured over the 300 years of the slave trade.

Marijuana on Caricom agenda

Coudray: Why no honour for Kamla?
... disappointment at a regional corporation for "missing the opportunity" to honour this country's first female Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar on International Women's Day.

Unity preferred, says Rambachan
THE United National Congress (UNC) is a strong political party and can win an election on its own, says UNC deputy political leader Dr Surujrattan Rambachan.

COP 'will take a decision'
ANY decision on whether the Congress of the People (COP) will contest the next general election alone is not currently under consideration and must follow a specific process.

Nacta on popularity poll: Penny and Kamla tied

State cracking down on squatting

...Highway squatters get land
SQUATTERS living along the route of the proposed highway to Point Fortin can now become legal homeowners after being given State lands on which they can build properties.

Don't sell your land

La Brea resident still sick

Debe residents to give Kublalsingh own tyre of shame protest against his actions to stop the extension of the Solomon Hochoy Highway from passing through Debe to Mon Desir.

Save the sharks
Papa Bois Conservation launches campaign

National Security gives statistics on safe Carnival
Although nine people were killed during the Carnival period, police say none of them took place during Carnival related activities and with 46 serious crimes reported for the period nationwide

Boy, 7, shot in gunfight
Ongoing gun battles in East Port-of-Spain claimed another casualty on Saturday afternoon, this time a 7-year-old boy who was playing near his home.

Brothers lose home and factories in fire
Penal brothers Premraj and Himraj Sinanan suffered an estimated $3 million in losses when fire destroyed their woodworking factories and family home on Friday night

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