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Posted: Friday, September 30, 2016

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday denied ever giving his approval for a September 5 meeting called by President Anthony Carmona and attended by National Security Minister Edmund Dillon and the heads of different arms of the protective services.

No consent for security talks
Rowley rebuts Carmona's claims

Griffith: I too was called by Carmona

Dillon admits PM was in dark about meeting with Pres

Imbert to present 2016/2017 Budget today
...second budget of its term in office from 1.30 this afternoon in the House of Representatives

Cater for poor, senior citizens
...says Association of Retired Persons

Offensive video taken off ministry's website
Role of father ignored in clip so...

CoP must pass bullying info to mom for lawsuit
The mother of a student who lost one of his testicles in a school bullying incident will finally get statements and documents she needs from the police to initiate legal action against the Ministry of Education for negligence.

Depressed dad commits suicide after wife leaves him
A 51-year-old father of two, grieving after his wife left him, yesterday forced his 11-year-old son to ingest a poisonous substance before ingesting some of it himself in Mayaro.

Boy force-fed poison
AN 11-YEAR-OLD schoolboy remained warded in critical condition yesterday after being force-fed Larnate by his father who later committed suicide by ingesting the same deadly poison.

Police officer fined $150,000
Stole luggage from UK tourists at Tobago airport

Mystery over body in garbage bags
Police up to last night were trying to identify the body of a man which was found wrapped in several garbage bags in Freeport yesterday.

Cop held with ganja in his back pocket
$6,000 fine for 2008 offence

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