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Posted: Tuesday, July 1, 2014

SOLDIER and father of seven Lance Cpl Kayode Thomas was a man marked for death.

Soldier killed on way to see mom
Latest Laventille attack upsets Griffith


SOS to Carmona: Opposition Leader wants review of MPs' pay
...calling on him to "immediately request the Salaries Review Commission (SRC) to undertake an urgent review of the salaries and other conditions of service of non-executive Members of Parliament."

Leaked CXC exam papers: accused found not guilty
SIX years after Mikquel Torres was charged with having Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) Mathematics and English papers before the 2008 examination was written

SEA results to be released tomorrow

Shutdown traps sick US resident
Immigration Department closed by industrial action

Duke warns of total passport office collapse
IF government does not appease Immigration Department workers who have taken industrial action in Port of Spain and San Fernando, the entire system could collapse by this weekend.

Rowley open to Carapo visit
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley says he has "no problem" in going to Carapo to find out what's going on there

Griffith on Life Sport invitation to politicians: No negotiations with criminals

Carapo Life Sport supervisor: Anil the best MP ever
Devoughn Cummings:

Creed still needs more vacation
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Sport Ashwin Creed was still out of the country yesterday and is not expected to return to work today

Rowley congratulates Prakash
Saying that he would not call Prakash Ramadhar the "six per cent man", Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday congratulated him on his victory in the Congress of the People (COP) election.

Analysts: COP on its last legs

PNM not supporting 'right to recall MPs'
The People's National Movement (PNM) will not support any move by Government to introduce the "right to recall Members of Parliament (MPs)"

HDC to build 9,000 housing units by 2015
... in the face of a housing deficit estimated to increase to 225,000,

TCL: Cement price to go up by $5 from today

May's food inflation rate 3.8 per cent
THE country's food price inflation rate has remained at single digits for four consecutive months, the first time in 21 years, says Food Production Minister Devant Maharaj.

Appeal Court ups libel award by $200,000

Med interns seek transfers
Protest over two-year plan...

Man stabbed to death - woman in custody
A 23-YEAR-OLD woman is in police custody for the murder of 25-year-old Joash Ali who was stabbed to death on Sunday night

Man shot 20 times while asleep
Police said Hardeo David was among five persons murdered on the weekend.

Mom loses second son to murder
La Romaine mother Patricia Andrews yesterday mourned the murder of a second son, Keith Flemming

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