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Posted: Friday, August 8, 2014

Constitution reform controversy

...PNM reveals its 10 Constitution amendments

Abdulah starts education drive
MSJ rejects Govt's reform bill

Less power for PM óRowley
PNM offers alternative reform plans...

Death toll from outbreak in West Africa reaches 932
The death toll up to yesterday from the Ebola outbreak in West Africa reached 932, with Liberia now the second country to officially declare a state of emergency due to the virus.

Ebola scare at Piarco
Nigerian flagged by London officials

SporTT board fired
The Cabinet yesterday fired the board of the Sport Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SporTT), which is chaired by Sebastien Paddington.

Over 200 reported cases of sexual violence in South
Minister Clifton De Coteau:

Cabinet approves $41.6m for UTT aviation campus

Tenders awarded for highway barriers
Works Minister: $15m project will save lives

Court staff leave for a third day
WORKERS from the San Fernando City Corporation yesterday sprayed for mosquitoes and fleas at the San Fernando Magistrates' Court after court staff left the building for a third day yesterday.

Tempers cool in oil leak town
Residents, Petrotrin agree to work together

Point highway cause of woes
Food card handout upsets Debe flood victims

T&T puts ban on shark-finning
...listed as sixth top exporter

'Huffington Post': Maracas Bay the perfect beach

South businessman dies after bee attack
A 65-YEAR-old San Fernando businessman died after he was stung by a swarm of bees in Mayaro on Wednesday.

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