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Posted: Friday, September 23, 2016

WHY WOULD anyone want to abduct Debe hairdresser Ria Sookdeo as she dropped off her two children, aged nine and five, to school at Picton in South Trinidad yesterday morning?

Return Ria to us safely
Dad appeals to abductors of mom of two

PSA/WASA in tense talks
YESTERDAY'S 'silent protest' at the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) head office in St Joseph by processing plant operators demanding better security and safety measures at their places of work

Duke refutes rumours of shutdown
Several voice notes went viral on the social media Whats App yesterday warning citizens of T&T of a total shutdown to the water supply and urged them to ensure their water tanks were filled.

Minister: WASA workers not on strike

'Pain ahead if FATCA law not passed'

Govt hints at FATCA resolution

Jailed Trini Muslims on hunger strike
FIVE Trinidadian Muslims detained in Venezuela since March 19, 2014 on suspicion of terrorist activities are currently on a hunger strike

Top CoP served with pre-action protocol letter

THA: Sandals talks in formative stages

Grande mom died from blood clot
...while her unborn daughter died as a result of a lack of oxygen in the womb.

President's Office should be clear in $$ spending
Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister and Minister in the Ministry of the Attorney General, Stuart Young, said yesterday.

Carmona to respond to wine claims 'soon'

Rats have Rosary Boys' RC on run
Health officials called in to bait rodents

FFOS: Don't eat fish

New system to stop 'ghost gangs'
A new system has been put in place to eliminate CEPEP "ghost gangs" and ensure equity and fairness in the distribution of contracts and the management of the programme.

Teen's hair burnt in school prank

Murder accused in court day after protection order
A DAY after Lisa Matagoolam was due to appear in court for a protection order hearing, a man accused of her murder faced the magistrate.

Slain teens believed to have witnessed a crime
Osama Washington and Akil Charles were silenced.

Schoolboy drowns at Balandra
A 15-YEAR-OLD Wallerfield schoolboy drowned at Balandra Beach shortly after 4 pm yesterday while bathing with relatives.

Man accused of sex with minor granted bail
A 25-YEAR-OLD man charged with having sex with a 14-year-old schoolgirl was yesterday granted bail in the sum of $75,000 by a Rio Claro magistrate.

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