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Brazil fans' World Cup dreams crushed
Posted: Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Brazil fans' World Cup dreams crushed
Tears in Rio

German win no surprise

Brazil booted out: humiliated 7-1 by Germany

Committee has three weeks to tackle pensions bill
The controversial bill on judges' pensions has been referred to a special select committee of the Senate.

Duke, Griffith 'reach compromise'
Relief in town but passport woes still linger in Sando

Urgent cases among 50 who get passports
An Immigration officer said about 50 people got their passports in Port of Spain and other citizens with pressing needs, including health and family emergencies, were placed on a special list yesterday.

Union leaders lend support to workers' action
UNION leaders are in full support of the action taken by members of the Public Services Association (PSA) at the Immigration Division.

Get $$ back from those who owe it
Drayton: Football payout an 'injustice' to taxpayers

18 photos tendered into evidence
PHOTOGRAPHS of the pool table on which Chaguanas businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman was allegedly murdered were among a number of photos tendered into evidence

It's a conflict of interest
Senator: Parliamentarians can't arrange their own pensions...

Balgobin: T&T paying pennies for top posts
The Salaries Review Commission's (SRC) dereliction of duty forced the Government to act on judges' and parliamentarians' pensions by drafting the two pension bills and forced Parliament to respond.

'Retired judges getting less than Soca Monarch'
In the Senate

KI gets his million$
Five months after winning the Chutney Soca Monarch title at Skinner Park, San Fernando, Kris "KI" Persad received $2 million yesterday from Southex chief executive officer George Singh.

Rowley: Wrong time to travel, Prime Minister
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday said Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar chose the wrong time to go on a private visit to Brazil

Sando hospital cares for Couva patients
Three days after a fire damaged the Couva Extended Care Centre, Grant Street, Couva

One-year internship stays
Health Ministry:

Family upset at probe's slow pace- This must not be another cold case
Dana Seetahal Murder

Fugitive cop commits suicide
One day after his face was shown on TV6's Beyond the Tape as a wanted fugitive, suspended police constable Christopher Madeira, 31, committed suicide.

'Uncle Bopeep' dies awaiting murder trial
NEW Grant bar owner Rajkumar "Uncle Bopeep" Jaisarie, who was awaiting trial for the murder of his wife almost seven years ago, has died in prison custody.

Two more murders push toll to 226
Two men, an avid football fan and a known criminal, are now dead after being shot near their homes yesterday in separate incidents

Student, 26, gunned down
An execution style killing was how pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov described the murder of 26-year-old Keston Redhead in Malabar

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