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Court rules in JCC's favour
Posted: Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Court rules in JCC's favour in $5.5b Invaders Bay project

Judge rules Minister must give JCC info on $5.5b Invader's Bay tender

Tobago recorded its highest rate of visitors from Trinidad, in the past six years, at more than 500,000.

...Only application forms, no passports
Passport forms are being given out abundantly but passports are hard to come by at the Port of Spain Immigration office.

Point office picking up Sando 'slack'
WHILE staff members at the Immigration Division office in San Fernando continue to turn away persons seeking assistance, the office in Point Fortin is offering a helping hand to all.

Ministers tour Immigration Division
23 of 26 problems identified at the Passport Office of the Immigration Division at Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain have been addressed

Immigration Division impasse: Backlash can hit CAL

Move to Govt Campus in 2015
Jearlean: Work on PoS Immigration office 95% complete...

PM returns tomorrow
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar is scheduled to return home tomorrow after spending eight days in Brazil.

Military manhunt, bomb scare at GML
A military manhunt for a man who soldiers say can help them solve the murder of their colleague Kayode Thomas led to drama on the doorstep of Guardian Media Ltd yesterday.

La Brea fishermen still can't go out
La Brea fishermen have not yet returned to sea, almost seven months since black crude stained waters in the Gulf of Paria.

'Mangrove covered in oil residue'
Crab catchers want meeting with Petrotrin on $$

Stop the spread
ONCE diagnosed with the painful Chikungunya virus persons should make every effort to sleep under mosquito nets or use insect repellent to prevent mosquitoes accessing their infected blood

Met Service warns: Lowest rainfall in 30 years

ODPM ready to handle floodings
With the possibility of four storms affecting T&T in this year's hurricane season...

Suicide pact or murder?
Couple shot dead

1 cremation for killer, victim
DONALD RAGOO and his wife Pamela Maharaj were inseparable. For this reason relatives have decided to cremate the couple together

Why did you kill my son?
Father wants to question shooter:

'No extra lessons' for Matthew boy in SEA

Malala, Pakistani activist to visit TT
Officials from the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) want the visit of 17-year-old Pakistani activist, Malala Yousafzai to inspire young people to take advantage of their education.

Women can become bishops
MOVES are in train which could see the first ever female bishop appointed in the regional Anglican Church

Soldiers raid relatives home in Couva
About 20 heavily armed soliders went to the Couva home of Dillon "Bandy" Skeete's relatives yesterday in three military jeeps, demanding that his relatives give him up

Report all 'soldier abuse'
Defence Force:

Two bullets to the back
A bullet retrieved from the body of Point Fortin businessman Marvin Campbell is to be sent for ballistics testing, along with the firearm found on two suspects when they were arrested by police.

Three students face charges of attempted murder, kidnapping, robbery
Dennis Mohammed, 17, of Miller Street, Carenage; Kendon Mc Carthy 17 of Vega de Oropouche, Toco Main Road, and Jeremy Joseph 20, of Manzanilla/ Mayaro Road

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