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Posted: Saturday, September 10, 2016

Stewart smashes own mark at Paralympic Games

TRINIDAD and Tobago para-athlete, Akeem Stewart, proved the sport of men's javelin may be this nation's most lucrative discipline on the world stage as he powered to Paralympic gold...

Teen liming with friends gunned down

Softer hand was needed
Hinds knocks cops for arresting Josiah's dad

TT economy could crash
IF THE STATE does not pass the Tax Information Exchange Agreement Bill the country's banking system and economy will collapse

Young tells UNC: You failed on FATCA
...former People's Partnership (PP) government failed to ensure this country was Foreign Account Tax Compliance ACT (FATCA) compliant during its tenure in office

Opposition signals no support for Tax Bill

Licks for Hart, Garcia, Udecott
Las Alturas report laid in Parliament

PNM completes screening
THE People's National Movement (PNM) has completed its screening of candidates for the 14 local government corporations for this year's local government elections.

ODPM warns of 'seaweed' resurgence
CITIZENS have been advised of a resurgence of the Sargassum seaweed along Trinidad and Tobago's coastlines.

Carmona: Environment tops crime
PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona says, while crime may be deemed as the number one priority in Trinidad and Tobago, the environment should be looked at as more important.

Get down to serious work, Duke tells Deyalsingh

Niece: Many shunned him
THE niece of late calypsonian Austin Lewis, better known as 'King Austin', yesterday decried what she considered to be the poor treatment that was meted out to her uncle by those who knew him.

Facial reconstruction for murder victim
FUNERAL home employees had to work overtime yesterday to re-construct the disfigured face of murder victim

Father not surprised by son's killing
WHY would someone who was given everything he could have wanted, still fall into a life of crime which would ultimately end in his death?

Venezuelan civil engineer jailed for illegal entry
HAVING been convicted and fined a total of $10,000 in July, charged with ammunition and marijuana possession

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