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Who shot, killed Samai?
Posted: Sunday, September 11, 2016

Who shot, killed Samai?
SIXTEEN-year-old Samai Devenish was studying in her bedroom when she was mysteriously shot at her home at Carapichaima home yesterday.

School girl, 16, killed

PM speaks to nation tonight
..."on matters of national importance", and questions are being asked why now before the reading of national budget due later this month.

Kamla: Opposition will back 'better' tax bill
Under the bill, she said, "the Minister of Finance, will have access to your private financial information.

Fewer citizens believe T&T is better off now

Poll: 34% give UNC passing grade

HDC to earn $900M
The Housing Development Corporation (HDC) is expected to receive $900 million over the next three years from mortgage conversions, thus providing revenue for other developments.

Project got additional $24m one month before elections
Commission of Enquiry:

Garcia: I will sue over Las Alturas
Former Housing Development Corporation managing director Noel Garcia has called for an apology from the La Alturas Commission of Inquiry for holding him a responsible partner in the failed Las Alturas building project

Doctor: Give mothers, fathers more time home with newborns
Obstetrician/gynaecologist Dr Sherene Kalloo is calling on the authorities to extend paternity leave to three months, and maternity leave to six months to aid in fighting post-partum depression (PPD).

Mom's death fall still under probe
Tobago police continue to probe the death of Trinidad housewife, Abigail Ragoobar, who died at hospital last Wednesday several days after a fall from a villa in Tobago.

Laventille cricket team thanks MP, Angostura
...having faced challenges to get help because of the stigma of crime in the Laventille community.

Depression hits former ArcelorMittal workers
Feelings of helplessness and hopelessness, weight changes and self-loathing are becoming the norm for former steel workers who were left jobless when ArcelorMittal, Point Lisas, closed

Love is Marsha's medicine
In need of a kidney...

Hinds feels pain for dad

JSC: Monitor at-risk kids longer
CHILDREN of the victims and/ or perpetrators of violent crime must be given more follow-up care and monitoring (which now lasts just three months)

Guard shot dead, 3 injured
A security guard was shot dead and three people suffered gunshot wounds when two gunmen robbed a Chinese grocery in Arima shortly last night.

11 held with coke, marijuana
A 23-year-old Jamaican woman was among 11 people were arrested for possession of cocaine and marijuana for the purpose of trafficking during an anti-crime exercise held in the Central Division on Friday

Cops seize 7 guns
South Western Division police yesterday seized a number of illegal firearms including two shotguns and five AK 47s.

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