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Posted: Monday, September 5, 2016

PRESIDENT of the Prison Officers Association (POA), Ceron Richards, is expected to be served with a suspension notice today, arising out of an alleged breakin at his Don Miguel, San Juan home earlier this year

PNM secretary defends first term in office
Rowley kept cool under pressure

Sagewan-Alli: PNM has not performed well

Election appeals filed
... in the Court of Appeal against the judgment of Justice Mira Dean-Armorer on August 19 on five election petitions filed by the Opposition United National Congress (UNC).

NIB payments going up today
...effective today, national insurance contributions will be increased from 12 per cent of insurable earnings to 13.2 per cent of insurable earnings.

Rowley defends Marlene in crime talks
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday took to radio to defend his inclusion of dismissed Housing Minister, Port-of-Spain South MP, Marlene McDonald, in his "crime talks" team

Al-Rawi: Waste and corruption reduced

PM disappointed in Olympic Games comments
...thanks athletes for their sacrifice

UWI St Augustine campus a no thoroughfare zone

Garcia: All schools will open today

Community out to ensure New Grant AC opens

No money for school due to fish kill scare: Help pours in for fisherman's son
President of the St Benedict's College Past Pupil Association Moriba Baker and community activist Shankar Teeluchsingh contacted the family pledging support

Days before new term: break-ins at two schools

$1M discrimination case next month
... filed against Petrotrin by a Trinidadian national alleging the company discriminated against him by employing a Venezuelan national.

Toll now 312 as two killed in separate cases: Patron relieving self shot near bar

Man killed in Arouca
THIRTY-ONE-YEAR-OLD Kamau Charles was gunned down early yesterday morning outside a house at Royal Promenade Road in Arouca, between La Luna Bar and the SWAT office.

Man, son held with guns
... police recovered a 16 gauge shot gun and a 9mm pistol

Coast Guard officers seize marijuana, three arrested
25 packets of marijuana weighing a total of 7.7 kilograms with an estimated street value of $93,600.

Pensioner beaten with glass bottle during robbery
A 68-YEAR-OLD pensioner was beaten with a beer bottle before he was robbed of $2,400 in Cunupia.

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