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Posted: Sunday, March 16, 2014

IN WHAT has been described as a "new level of sophistication" in the illegal import of firearms, guns are being hidden in furniture and appliances - such as TVs, stoves and refrigerators - imported from the United States of America

ANR doing 'alright' for now
...says daughter after former president admitted to St Clair hospital

Robinson attended to by daughter, Ann Margaret

C-section report handed to Health Minister states:

C-section doctor's full statement

T&T will soon benefit from Chinese medical team
A protocol on health related matters was executed with the Chinese government that will "facilitate the dispatch of a medical team of specialists from China

Lalla gets hefty contracts
One company, Super Industrial Services Ltd (SIS), has accumulated over a half a billion dollars in lucrative Government contracts over the past four years.

Why SISL got billion-dollar Beetham project
NGC explains...

PNMites want change
Penny upset at intimidatory tactics

Fear, threats stopping party support

Khan: No bullying in party
Chairman of the People's National Movement (PNM) Franklin Khan responded to questions about claims made by Pennelope Beckles who is contesting the leadership position of the party in the May 18

UNC to PNM: Stop the election bullying

Nacta poll puts Rowley in the lead
...but Indo supporters want Penny to win

Penny stocks up during market walkabout

Dookeran still looking to get politics right
Former COP leader comes in for blows on role of party in People's Partnership

Kublalsingh, two supporters arrested

Devant to reporters: Declare political affiliation

MPs vote to keep car benefits
A MOTION to preserve current car benefits enjoyed by MPs and to implement the latest report of the Salaries Review Commission (SRC) was approved by MPs

Jack knocks SRC report
Member of Parliament for Chaguanas West Jack Warner has criticised the Salaries Review Commission's (SRC) latest report, describing it as "reprehensible".

Imbert: Fire Salaries Review Commission

Pichakaaree next weekend at the Kendra
On March 23, the Kendra Phagwa Festival's Pichakaaree championship will take place at the Kendra's grounds in Longdenville

Concerns at UWI over plagiarism claim

Shaw Park Roundabout officially opened
... to help facilitate an easier flow of traffic into Scarborough.

Many dead fish in southland
Much of the southwestern peninsula was littered with dead fish yesterday, causing concern among residents and fishermen.

Vendors sceptical about lionfish
...people come to Maracas for bake and shark

Fire destroys parts of building at Petrotrin refinery

Mothers need to spend quality time with kids

Cadiz: Govt continues to struggle with counter-narcotics efforts

Captain to cook will be brought to justice
Griffith on US100m drug bust:

Assistant commissioner praises officers
Seven police officers were commended on Friday for their roles in the arrests of suspects in the Yacht Club robbery in Bayshore on Wednesday.

'Accused confesses to stabbing DJ'
Alert Chinapoo allegedly confessed to killing disc jockey Nigel Karmody, whose body was found with stab wounds in a track in Claxton Bay 11 years ago.

Special belts for cops on the beat
To stem the use of excessive force when dealing with members of the public

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