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Posted: Sunday, September 4, 2016

The body of five-year-old Josiah Henry was spotted floating in the waters opposite the Hyatt Regency in Port-of-Spain yesterday after the boy fell in a drain near his Belmont home the previous day.

PM hints adjustments coming as Government marks first year in office

Kamla: Grade E for Govt

Putting the right people in the right places...
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley marks his first year in office on Wednesday, September 7, the PNM having won the 2015 general election one year ago, by a 23-18 majority.

Fair to failing grades for Government

PNM chairman: It's been a rough ride

Lalla: Picking CoP 'convoluted'
Retired Senior Counsel Kenneth Lalla yesterday said the existing structure of the Police Service Commission (PSC) should be abolished and replaced by its previous structure, which he led from 1989 to 2004.

Tough time
As of April, the overall detection rate [for crime] stood at a dismal 5.84 per cent.

A positive step
Business persons yesterday expressed their support for Government and the Opposition as they agree to collaborate in the fight against crime.

No joint Govt, Opposition briefing 'disappoints'

King Austin dies at 73
Austin Lewis, better known in the calypso world as King Austin, passed away at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital yesterday morning at the age of 73.

King Austin dies at 73

TTFA to probe ticket fiasco at stadium
No bar license acquired; no alcohol could be legally brought to the venue

Hindus begin ten days of Ganesh Utsav

Dad, 91, son, 65 die in fire
Tragedy struck a Tacarigua family late Friday night when two family members, Samuel Baldeo, 91, and his son Kenneth Baldeo, 65, died after a fire broke out in their two-storey home.

Fish sales still slow in South
Fisherfolk: Govt help not enough as we can't return to our jobs...

Chaguanas tackles Borough's youth

Cops know 'Mr Big'
Sunday Newsday's South News Desk looks into the upsurge in crime in La Romaine, in the wake of the shooting death of nine-yearold Cyon Paul on August 5, and finds a community in fear of a drug lord and his young recruits.

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