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PM, Kamla talk crime Friday
Posted: Tuesday, August 30, 2016

PM invites Kamla for crime talks
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has agreed to meet with Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, and her delegation on Friday at the Office of the Prime Minister, St Clair, to discuss rising crime in the country.

PM, Kamla talk crime Friday

Cops searching for missing girls
POLICE are still seeking the public's assistance in locating missing teens Christene Alexander, 15 and Amanyi Noel, 16.

Mc Farlane excited over Carnival re-entry
MC FARLANE is back! Local designer, Brian Mc Farlane is coming back with a "bang" for the 2017 Carnival season.

ODPM advises citizens to be vigilant
AS Trinidad and Tobago continues to experience inclement weather due to the effects of a passing Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), citizens are being advised to follow the necessary precautions that are to be undertaken in times of heavy rainfall and flash flooding.

UNC MP: What about 'Turkey nine'?

Family: Help us find Carolyn
IT has been almost a year since the disappearance of San Fernando businesswoman Carolyn Katwaroo, but her family is still appealing for help from the public that her case will be solved.

Relatives demand answers
Relatives of Apphia Quamina simply want the truth as to why the 30-year-old woman was killed.

EVERY day, at the end of work, they walk from the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA) to their makeshift camp at the top of Charlotte Street, Port-of-Spain.

Management involved in racket, says Hadeed
National Security at Piarco International Airport has been compromised because of a "racket" involving management, says former government minister Gerald Hadeed.

'It's a big fat lie'
CRIME Watch host Ian Alleyne's questions about whether the wives of two Government Ministers had benefited from the Tarouba stadium contracts, were false and intended to be malicious, says Finance Minister Colm Imbert.

Camille surprised by CDA letters
PLANNING Minister, Camille Robinson- Regis, yesterday denied any personal culpability in the recent issuance and then rescission of letters of comfort to two tenants of the Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA).

Birdsong evicted
Two days before Trinidad and Tobago celebrates its 54th anniversary of Independence, Tunapuna-based steelband Birdsong Academy was evicted from its base at St Vincent and Connell streets.

Hikers rescue fawn from forest

Local theatre pays tribute to Kissoon
The local thThe local theatre community reacted with grief after news broke of the death of celebrated playwright Freddie Kissoon.

Former CDA?chairman speaks out: 'I am not bipolar'
"I am not bipolar and I have not lost my mind. However, I have accepted my fate."

Flooded out for 3 straight days
While most people snuggled under the warmth of their sheets around 1 am yesterday, residents of Chester Street, Debe, were cold and wet as flood waters rose in their homes for the third consecutive day.

Two nude bodies found
The bodies of two decomposing men were discovered yesterday morning at Invaders Bay, off the Audrey Jeffers Highway.

Relatives demand answers in San Juan killing
The circumstances surrounding the death of Kurt Moses last Friday are engaging the attention of police, as there are two conflicting reports on how the 46-year-old man died.

Man killed by police, daughter wants answers
SPECIAL Moses, 26, is calling for answers after she was informed that her father, 46-yearold Curt Moses, was shot and killed by police officers during a police exercise late Friday night.

Police shoot Morvant man
A Morvant man is at Port of Spain General Hospital following a confrontation with officers of the Inter Agency Task Force (IATF) on Sunday.

Assault accused gets bail after 10 months
YANNICK Taylor-Gobin, the woman who was charged along with her husband Dexter Gobin with the assault of baby Ehsa Darkens Gray, which occurred on May 17 and 20, 2015, was on Friday granted bail by a judge-in-chambers after spending ten months in custody at the Women's Prison, Arouca.

Man shot in Paramin
A shooting in Paramin early yesterday morning has left one man at Port of Spain General Hospital after he was shot in the arm by unknown assailants.

Man shot dead by cops during roadblock

Mom has two ways to challenge ruling
Natasha De Silva, the mother of seven who lost two of her children in a custody battle with their father after she failed to attend a case hearing due to an apparent error by the Judiciary, can now challenge the decision by two means.

La Romaine crime spike blamed on drug turf war

Two men get 24 years for murder
TWO MEN who pleaded guilty to murdering a businessman during a botched carjacking have been sentenced to a total of 24 years in prison.

Duck thief to be sentenced on Thursday
DEBE duck thief, Shairo Khan, will reappear in the San Fernando Magistrates' Court on Thursday for sentencing by a magistrate, he having pleaded guilty yesterday to the crime committed against a neighbour.

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