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A courageous fighter, warrior
Posted: Saturday, July 16, 2016

A courageous fighter, warrior
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar says it is very dangerous for Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to accuse one of T&T's leaders Sat Maharaj of sedition.

Prakash: Executive approved Jamaica trip
THE EXECUTIVE of the Congress of the People (COP) approved the participation of St Augustine MP Prakash Ramadhar in the official trip to Jamaica, Ramadhar said on Thursday.

Man killed in Arima: suspect in custody
A 33-year-old man is dead following a stabbing incident yesterday morning at Heights of Guanapo, Arima.

Have you seen these girls?
The mother of a teenage girl who has been reported missing since last week said she is hoping the police find her daughter and return her home.

Flooding, a clear danger
FLOODING is a clear and real danger.

Villagers evacuated in North Trinidad

Flooding leaves scores stranded
One San Rafael family is now temporarily residing at the San Rafael Community Centre as their home was hit the hardest by flooding in the area in the past two days.

WASA lifts water
THE water restrictions, imposed during the Dry Season, on customers and the general public by the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) will be lifted effective tonight at midnight, according to the Authority.

Mitchell promises Mary a new house
Housing Minister Randall Mitchell has made Mary Paria a very happy woman.

Met Office issues riverine flood alert
The Trinidad and Tobago meteorological service is maintaining the Riverine flood alert for Trinidad, having regard to the current rainfall activity associated with the inter-tropical convergence zone (ITCZ) that is now being stimulated by an active tropical wave.

Education Minister: No job cuts at ministry
There is absolutely no truth to rumours that 250 short-term employees of the Ministry of Education will be sent home within the next two months.

OWTU to do own probe
Questions are being raised about the selection of Fitzroy Harewood as president of State-owned Petrotrin, following claims that he was not among the 40 people who applied for the top job.

Roget warns of power cuts over T&TEC issues
Members of the public have been warned there could be unexplained interruptions in the electricity supply if the Government does not move urgently to address issues of corruption and mismanagement at the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC).

PriceSmart manager in court for robbery
Almost two weeks after PriceSmart's Mausica branch was robbed of over $1.5 million in cash, the store's assistant manager appeared in court yesterday charged with the crime.

Two judges tipped for CA
THE JUDICIAL and Legal Service Commission (JLSC) is tipped to soon name two judges to the Court of Appeal, filling vacancies that had been advertised in May. The word in legal circles is that Justice Peter Rajkumar and Justice Charmaine Pemberton have been chosen to sit in the Court of Appeal (CA).

Off-duty cop shoots bandit, recovers stolen loot
AN off-duty police officer, who was alerted to a robbery in progress close to his Rio Claro home on Thursday night, armed himself with his firearm and rushed to the scene where he came face to face with five bandits, four armed with guns and one with a cutlass.

Policeman arrested, charged
A POLICE Constable with ten years service was arrested by officers of the Professional Standards Bureau on Thursday and charged with using unlawful violence against a person.

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