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'Nothing but brotherly love'
Posted: Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Trinidad promises better treatment for Jamaicans at Piarco
Trinidad has made several promises to Jamaica in an attempt to quell immigration tensions between the two countries including training for immigration officers and a faster return of travelers back to their home country if they're denied entry.

'Nothing but brotherly love'
TRINIDAD and Tobago's Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday told Jamaica's Prime Minister Andrew Holness that this country has nothing but brotherly love for its Caricom neighbour.

WITH Enterprise, Chaguanas residents quietly talking about the deepening fear in which they have been living following the killing of underworld figure Selwyn 'Robocop' Alexis and two others - including the hitman who took Robocop's life - the area's business community is calling for a police lockdown of surrounding criminal hot spots.

Robo was silenced
Selwyn "Robocop" Alexis, 51, was murdered because he had pledged to expose the operations of the Unruly Isis gang, their affiliation and close networking with some members of two of the country's major law enforcement agencies, the T&T Police Service and the T&T Defence Force.

Cops increase patrols, raids in Enterprise
In the aftermath of the murder of Central businessman Selwyn "Robocop" Alexis, 51, there are now heightened police and army patrols throughout Enterprise, Chaguanas, and environs in a bid to keep the peace and prevent feared reprisal killings.

Hitman's relatives: We will not fear

We leave things in Allah's hands
Relatives of the man who police say donned a woman's wig in order to ambush and kill reputed ga

Mickela Panday sad over UNC eviction from Rienzi

UNC ignored us since 2010 over use of Rienzi, says union
Since 2010 the All Trinidad General Workers' Trade Union (ATGWTU ) was trying to negotiate with the UNC over rent issues of the Rienzi Complex in Couva but the party had ignored the union over the years.

Occah plans to sue PM Rowley
Former House Speaker Occah Seapaul is contemplating legal action against Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley for allegations made by him that she was placed under house arrest in 1995 because she had publicly declared she was going to suspend other government members of Parliament following the suspension of Diego Martin Central MP Ken Valley, thereby reducing the government's majority in the Parliament.

Garcia concerned about GATE leak

Dangerous to adjust GATE, says Kamla
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar says she is deeply concerned about the recommendations presented to the Government by a special task force to review the Government Assistance for Tuition Expenses (GATE) programme.

...No decision taken yet

Raymond: Break code of silence on CL Financial
The Ministry of Finance yesterday formally appealed a High Court ruling, which last year ordered it to release all information about the CL Financial bailout.

Clico Policyholders feel betrayed

Stop making statements linking racism to Manning
THE closure of Caroni (1975) Ltd was not a racist one, but instead a political act designed to undermine the base of the United National Congress (UNC).

Point Fortin man killed by police
A Point Fortin family is demanding justice for what they claim is the injudicious killing of Ato Bailey by law enforcement officers, on Monday.

Murder suspect killed in shoot-out with cops
As mourners prepared to say farewell to Point Fortin gardener Kadeem Mark, who was shot dead a week ago, one of the men believed to be responsible for his murder was gunned down by police.

DPP orders inquest into Bamboo killing

Travellers show card, don't re-vaccinate for yellow fever
THE Ministry of Health is seeking to assuage fears of a shortage of yellow fever vaccines for foreign travel by saying most adults can present proof of their childhood vaccination rather than be vaccinated a second time.

Dental assistant charged with assault on cops

Fuad Abu Bakr stabbed
FUAD Abu Bakr, political leader of the New National Vision (NNV) party and son of Imam Yasin Abu Bakr, was released from hospital yesterday after being stabbed on his left arm by an unknown assailant on Sunday.

Elderly businessman robbed of $60,000

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