GUNS POUR IN
Posted: Sunday, July 13, 2014
GUNS POUR IN
359 seized by police in 6 months
WORLD CUP 2014 - Brazil blunders resurface as Dutch grab third place
6 people murdered in 24 hours
Schoolboy shot dead near home
Mom of 14 cries for justice
'They kill him one time'
Alicia: Land tax or not?
WILL the Government be reintroducing land/property taxes? Or not?
Players upset as Sport Minister takes off T&T from Red Steel name
The name T&T was reserved for citizens and nationals of the country, ... the T&T brand was for the exclusive use of national governing bodies that are recognised by the Government and citizens as the representatives in a particular sport
Creed 'back in country'
As Central Audit Committee sends letter...
Duke puts off $10,000 vacation
...claims he has chosen to pay the penance with the public
Short-term gain brings long-term pain
Prakash urges respect for rule of law in Immigration impasse:
Cabinet okays $20m for market upgrade
Cabinet has approved approximately $20 million to upgrade the Chaguanas market, Legal Affairs Minister and political leader of the Congress of the People (COP) Prakash Ramadhar announced yesterday.
Henry new CEO of Nedco
The board of directors of the National Entrepreneurship Development Company (Nedco) has appointed Julian Henry chief executive officer
TTUTA head: SEA perpetuates inequity
Fuad Abu Bakr: Conditions in T&T ripe for something to explode
Leader of the New National Vision (NNV) party Fuad Abu Bakr, son of insurrectionist Yasin Abu Bakr, is blaming prevailing speculation about a coup on fear-mongering by politicians
'Climate of unease in T&T'
...former coup hostages anxious
Don't judge my son by my actions
The ten-week-old Voice Today newspaper is being managed behind the scenes by chief executive of the State-owned Caribbean New Media Group (CNMG) Ken Ali and communications manager in the Office of the Prime Minister Kevan Gibbs.
Application lodged in March
Contributions of East Indians ignored, says Rambachan
Former 'Express' manager dies
Former production manager at the Trinidad Express George H Rousseau has died.
Kublalsinghs to do private autopsy on dad's body
Neil Eligon's family declined $50,000
Eligon's relatives had sued the State following his death.
'19 deaths being monitored'
PCA gets report on 2008 police killing
Businessman killed in Scarborough robbery attempt
A Trinidadian businessman who was shot in broad daylight in downtown Scarborough yesterday morning during what police said was a robbery attempt...
Family in shock, had no clue
Murder-suicide at the Creek
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