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Posted: Monday, May 12, 2014

20 heavily armoured vehicles to fight crime

No Arrests In Dana's Murder
Threat alert lowered to green butů

Police: No arrests yet in Seetahal murder
Police have denied the arrest of any suspect in the murder of Dana Seetahal SC.

Murder suspect on the run
...Family fearful

Allegations of rampant negligence, dereliction of duty, fraud involving overtime and sexual misconduct have been levelled against both civilian and police staff employed at the E999 command centre at the St James Barracks.

Uncertainty over Lara stadium; claims of pilferage
As Government contemplates whether the mothballed Brian Lara Cricket Academy will be completed, thieves have reportedly moved into the facility and dismantled the electrical system and infrastructural works.

Deyalsingh concerned over vacancies at CAL

'Stolen' Range Rover still stuck in T&T
Six months after announcing on a political platform his intention to return a "stolen"Range Rover to its rightful owner, Attorney General Anand Ramlogan is yet to do so.

Slow start to PNM voting
Voting for a new national executive of the People's National Movement (PNM) began yesterday morning when special elections were allowed to cast their ballot one week ahead of the party's May 18 internal polls.

Dookeran pleased Nigeria seeking outside help
300 schoolgirls kidnapped...

Licks 'deeply harmful', says WHO consultant

Dr Browne: Epidemic of child sex abuse
Illicit trade on city streets after dark

Duke vows shutdown
PUBLIC Services Association (PSA) President Watson Duke has cautioned that two Government departments will be closed per week if there is no meaningful consultation on health and safety issues.

Mourning for Dana in Minnesota

Hindu women's group: Seetahal was a patriot

Tears flow as last train rolls in 1968
Railwayman Leon Park recalls...

Griffith: National Security agencies fully in control
In light of the stringent measures employed by the various arms of the Ministry of National Security and the TT Police Service (TTPS), the National Alert State has been deescalated from Amber (possible threat) to Green (vague threat).

Bishop: Crime symptom of 'self survival'
Crime has been described by a Roman Catholic bishop as symptomatic of a deeper national problem

Gun and ammo found in Rio Claro mosque
POLICE raided a mosque in Rio Claro on Friday evening and found hidden in the building a Beretta pistol and 100 rounds of ammunition.

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