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Posted: Saturday, March 15, 2014

Former president in serious condition at hospital


Cut led to massive blood loss
The cut on baby Simeon's head caused massive blood loss which led him to go into shock and die, according to the findings of a final autopsy report.

PNM MP: Medical mafia in TT
Many expect little or no justice whenever a preventable case of infant mortality occurs

Fuad: Higher risk causes more deaths from pregnancy locally

Entire '1990' report to be available to public
"SECRETS" will not be allowed to mar public perception of the eagerly-awaited report from the commission of enquiry into the attempted coup of 1990, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said yesterday

Abdulah knocks Rowley on double standards

Embassy: No decision yet on visit by Japanese PM
AN announcement yesterday by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar that her Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe, is set to visit Trinidad, has been denied by the Embassy of Japan.

China $5b loan not for elections—Ambassador
Loans to benefit T&T's population and not to bolster the political fortunes of the ruling coalition in the run-up to the 2015 general election

PNMites want change
Penny upset at intimidatory tactics

PNM race is on
THE race for control of the Balisier is on!

London calls second meeting of Tobago's political party leaders

'Corruption in our blood'
Area of campaign financing should be removed from the EBC's responsibility and be given to the Integrity Commission.

EBC chief: Big threat from campaign $$

Govt gives Sparrow US$60,000 cheque help with medical expenses

3-day DESALCOTT shutdown hits south Trinidad
To facilitate an expansion in production.

Malala to visit TT
YOUNG freedom fighter and education activist Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in her head a year ago by a Taliban gunman for defying orders and going to school in her homeland in Pakistan

Phagwa celebrations kick off this weekend

Bacchanal brewing at 'holy rock' site
...Landowner: Businessman trying to take $$ donated

Highway beautification for Butler Highway
Highways Division of the Works and Infrastructure Ministry spending almost $750, 000 on a beautification exercise.

'Bats and a cat living in roof'
PIGEONS, bats, wood lice and a cat are living in Chaguanas Borough Corporation's main administrative building.

San Juan corporation tries to stop illegal construction
... one of the primary causes of localised floods, ground water contamination, land slips (as a result of water-logged river banks and slopes), blocked water courses, environmental degradation and community disasters

Police arrest pupil at school
POLICE were called to quell a disturbance at Chaguanas North Secondary School yesterday and arrested a 17-year-old pupil for disorderly behaviour and resisting arrest.

Trio sentenced to 15 months for killing watchman
Two brothers and their cousin who fatally attacked a watchman because he molested two girls in the toilet of Gasparillo Government Primary School in 2002

Gun goes missing from army base
A GUN has been reported missing from the Trinidad and Tobago Regiment base located at M2 Ring Road, La Romaine

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