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Couple found dead at Creek
Posted: Saturday, July 12, 2014

Couple found dead at Creek
Families: Property loss, illness possible trigger

Cancer patient shoots wife dead, kills himself

Duke, the PSA and immigration officer Purdy Babwah, who are named in the contempt proceedings filed on Thursday, have argued through their lawyers that they were entitled to be tried by an independent and impartial tribunal.

Duke case adjourned
State, PSA need time to gather witnesses

A 'good-looking Friday' for PSA head outside court
Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke

PoS passport office closed for renovations

I want to see my 3-year-old son and ailing mother
Dominican Republic citizen pleads for passport:

Heartbreak after Ray found dead
The search for Ray Kublalsingh ended in heartbreak yesterday as the 81-year-old grandfather of 12 was found dead metres away from his Claxton Bay home.

Deyalsingh questions $71m contract awardee
... Andy Balgobin had been awarded a $71 million contract to outfit the controversial One Alexandra Street building in Port of Spain.

Eradication of East PoS pit latrines 'over the next year'
Planning Minister Dr Bhoe Tewarie said he was shocked when he visited East Port of Spain to discover pit latrines were still "a fact of life" there.

Partial success in High Court for Re-Route group
THE Highway Re-Route Movement was partially successful in three of its applications at the High Court in Port of Spain yesterday

Chamber CEO: Time for action to diversify economy

Rowley, PNM team in New York
OPPOSITION Leader and People's National Movement (PNM) political leader, Dr Keith Rowley is in New York for a series of engagements.

Guapo residents 'want jobs'
GUAPO residents are calling on the State to help them find jobs on the Solomon Hochoy Highway Extension to Point Fortin project.

Journalist suspended over Life Sport contract
A Newsday journalist who admitted he benefited from contracts in the controversial Life Sport programme has been suspended for ten days while the newspaper does an internal investigation.

Roofs blown off in Point Fortin, Siparia
HIGH winds yesterday tore the roofs of eight homes in the Point Fortin area while another seven roofs in the Siparia area were also damaged

Put disaster relief in hands of army

Ship runs aground off Chaguaramas

'Many teens forced into sex'
Too many boys and girls are having sex at a young age and steps must be taken to alleviate this problem...

Fake profiles of dead twins taken down

Female contractor shot dead
TWO men armed with nine-millimetre pistols shot dead a female contractor in Couva and stole her payroll of some $50,000 yesterday.

Bandits hit Fuad's wife's pharmacy
Woodbrook residents say they have recently been besieged by an uprise in burglaries and robberies in the community.

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