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Posted: Friday, April 18, 2014

Beckles-Robinson challenges PNM rejection of 7,000 membership applicants

Door open for 7,000 rejected PNM voters

Penny vows to protect press freedom

PM taking time with Baker
Public firestorm brewing over the matter involving her Tobago Development Minister Delmon Baker

'I will not act in haste'
Allegations being made against Tobago Development Minister Dr Delmon Baker

Murdered infants Omari and Keanna Mayers were given an emotional send off yesterday, including a final touch from their mother, Okilia Mayers

Pastor as murdered two laid to rest: Don't prey on our children

St Vincent man held with $2m in cocaine at port
An estimated 4.5 kilogrammes of cocaine, with a street value of $2,111,200, was seized Wednesday afternoon at the Caricom Wharf of the port of Port of Spain.

Cops seize $1.2m in ganja in city raids
An estimated total of $675,000 in marijuana was seized on Wednesday night during a police exercise in the Port of Spain Division.

Judge grants $2m to ex-bank employee
After inhaling paint fumes at workplace...

Mayor halts project near Sando Hill
San Fernando Mayor Kazim Hosein has stopped a private developer from quarrying near the San Fernando Hill for the construction of a three-storey building

NAPA earns $3M despite 300 flaws

'PM must say what she knew about Flying Squad'
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley is calling on the Prime Minister to tell the nation what she knew about the Police Service Report on the Flying Squad

Ramesh slams AG
There are no national security considerations involved in public disclosure of the contents of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) report into the New Flying Squad Investigative Unit

Judge blocks MPATT elections
A High Court judge yesterday ordered the postponement of elections of the Medical Professionals Association of T&T (MPATT) based on objections from a group of doctors.

Minister: We are still delivering without Glenn
The Ministry of the People and Social Development is functioning as efficiently as before following the dismissal last month of former minister Glenn Ramadharsingh.

St Vincent: No cases of chikungunya virus

Relatives keep vigil for diver's body to resurface
The relatives of missing bus driver Alex Sookhoo returned to Columbus Bay, Cedros yesterday, praying that his body would be recovered.

Change 'cultural mind-set'
...develop a national climate of safety

Counselling sessions for staff and pupils at St Michael's School
Death of 14-year-old pupil Brandon Hargreaves at institution

State to pay 'Massive' Gosine
CHUTNEY singer Nirmal "Massive" Gosine will be compensated by the State for malicious prosecution, stemming from his arrest in 2006 for allegedly having a false driver's permit.

Cops cursed at van thief's funeral
FRIENDS and associates of 21-year-old Naim Dean, who was shot dead by police last week Friday night, about an hour after he stole a van at gunpoint, hurled obscenities at some police officers present at his funeral yesterday morning.

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