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Posted: Friday, May 30, 2014

Soogaree Jattan, the oldest surviving indentured worker who came from the distant shores of the Indian sub continent to Trinidad turns 110

Three-year-old dies in blaze
Mom miscounts rescued children during fire

Baby, 3, dies in Sea Lots fire

Sport Minister Anil Roberts has effectively blocked the Congress of the People (COP) from investigating a "ganja video" showing a man resembling a Government minister rolling a joint.

Anil blanks COP on ganja video

Mother pickets over killing of son
The day after burying her son, who was shot dead by a police officer, a woman staged a public protest outside the Hall of Justice, Port-of-Spain, demanding justice.

Maxi protest forces hundreds to walk to town
Hundreds of commuters were forced to walk from the East Dry River into Port of Spain yesterday morning as the Route Two maxi-taxi dri­vers protested over poor conditions at City Gate.

McLeod: Roget pressured Abdulah to leave Partnership

Diversity Minister: We will not tolerate ethnic bias
Minister of National Diversity Rodger Samuel has "emphatically condemned" the racist placards, saying that he was totally against the expression of any "semblance of intolerance"

Carmona: T&T the rainbow nation of the world

McLeod: Board acted promptly, appropriately
Suspension of NEDCO CEO, programme manager...

CLICO to fire 105 agents

LifeSport audit to take 3 weeks
To be conducted by the Central Audit Unit (CAU)

Free private health care to benefit 6,000
Cabinet yesterday approved a $10 million health project to benefit more than 6,000 citizens initially.

South hospitals welcome move
South private hospitals say they stand ready to partner with the Health Ministry to help reduce the backlog of cases at the over-burdened public health institutions.

Dookeran, Saudi prince in hajj talks
Avenues to simplify the process for the issuance of visas for Trinidad and Tobago nationals to visit Saudi Arabia for the hajj pilgrimage...

PM: Death of Hannays great loss to Judiciary
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar says the death of the late Justice Guy Hannays was a great loss to the Judiciary.

'Her voice will never be silenced'
Local organisations have continued to pay tribute on the passing of US poet and author Maya Angelou.

Mayor: I will end contracts of reckless PoS wrecker owners

...Threatens to halt illegal vending
Port of Spain Mayor Raymond Tim Kee has said the corporation might consider having an immigration officer on board during its routine checks to curb the problem of "illegal vending".

CPJ calls on authorities to protect Mark Bassant
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has called on called on Trinidadian authorities to ensure the safety of CCN journalist Mark Bassant

Killer weeps for victim

THE close male relative who stabbed to death Deodath Ramlochan was yesterday among mourners at Ramlochan's funeral service

Diego man gunned down; teen dies in cross-fire after church
With the deaths of 19-year-old Josiah St Hill and 29-year-old Kevin Joseph, the murder toll has been pushed to 182.

Cops investigate rape of woman

A SANGRE Grande man was powerless to save his wife from being raped when a man forced his way into the couple's home.

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