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Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2014

20 residents taken to hospital; 17,844 barrels of oil released in another Petrotrin oil spill

Roget: We're in this situation again because of poor management
Latest Petrotrin oil spill which occurred in Marabella on Tuesday.

Petrotrin: Operations back to normal after clean-up
Residents affected after oil, gas, spew into air

EMA probes refinery spill
The Environmental Management Authority (EMA) has launched an investigation into the latest oil spill which occurred at Petrotrin's Pointe-a-Pierre refinery on Tuesday.

Commonwealth 2014 LIVE UPDATES -Borel, Gordon earn medals

Paraplegic, brothers jailed for raping girl
A PARAPLEGIC man and his two brothers were yesterday each sentenced to ten-year prison terms by a High Court judge after being found guilty of raping a 12-year-old girl

Raped and abused Sherna reaches out
It is never easy for Sherna Alexander to relate the story of her early childhood, growing up in a home where she was subjected to physical and sexual abuse for ten years.

Top cop speaks of his shackles in Police Service

Let's export 100,000 mini pans a year to China
T&T Ambassador:

Pan Trinbago needs $25m for 2015 steelband conference

FATE robbed 13-year-old Nyron Ramcharan of the three months given him by doctors to live when a tragic Eid holiday accident on the Uriah Butler Highway

After death of family in road accident: Cops want more cable barriers
Police are renewing their calls for cable barriers to be placed along the Solomon Hochoy Highway after the death of a family of three in a car crash on Tuesday afternoon

Skulls of couple shattered
Autopsy on road accident victims:

Malala: T&T pupils privileged
LOCAL pupils have been told that they should be grateful for what they have as millions of children around the world do not have access to education.

Domestic violence a big problem
Minister: Thousands of cases in court...

Minister at national consultation: 72 domestic abuse cases a day in 2012-13

ASJA: Laws in place to deal with wife beating
PRESIDENT of the Anjuman Sunnat ul Jamaat Association (ASJA) Yacoob Ali yesterday said there are laws in place to deal with men who beat their wives

Thermal cameras 'a possibility'
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan has said he is considering introducing thermal cameras at the ports of entry to prevent the spread of the chikungunya epidemic, commonly called CHIKV.

Works Ministry goes public with new app

Kambon: Illegal immigrants kept extremely long at detention centre

Diego resident slain before 'peace talks'
Nicholas Selby, of La Puerta Avenue, Diego Martin, expectated to arrive at a peaceful resolution to an incident which had recently occurred.

Man in US$.5m bust on gun, ammo charges
The 51-year-old man who was allegedly held last weekend with over half-a-million US dollars in cash appeared in court yesterday charged with possession of a Tec-9 automatic gun and 75 rounds of ammunition.

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