Posted: Thursday, October 6, 2016
TWO special forces soldiers, who in 2014 were given a dishonourable discharge from the TT Defence Force, were arrested during a police exercise yesterday hours after the ex-soldiers failed in their attempt to murder a man and burn down a house in New Grant, South Trinidad.
Brig Smart on ex-soldiers held with arms: They followed wrong path
Former soldiers leave TTDF embarrassed
Businessman: Devalue TT$
THE Trinidad and Tobago dollar should be devalued against the US dollar before the black market intervenes and takes over, businessman Peter George has said.
Young: Millions flowing out country
MINISTER of State in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young has stated that he "knows for a fact" that there are leakages in the country's financial system because he is "following the money."
HDC: Mortgage payers will pay property tax
New tropical wave forms
$85m on transport plan for East-West Corridor
Ratiram: I learned of my contract buyout in media
Not all cops killed will get $m payout
'It must be in the line of duty'
I got nothing but a token
Widow of officer killed in police station:
CARICOM reparation call boosted
CARICOM'S call for reparations from Britain and Europe for slavery and native genocide got a boost this week after a United Nations (UN) panel of experts said the United States should give African Americans reparations for slavery.
Call to pay blind arrears
THE All Trinidad General Workers Trade Union yesterday urged the Ministry of Social Development and the Blind Welfare Association to pay outstanding arrears owed to visually-challenged workers.
Boy writes PM over detention of dad in Venezuela: Please, help free my father
Short day in court for dad of drowned boy
When the matter was called yesterday, Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar adjourned the case to November 28, after she was told by court prosecutor Insp Winston Dillon he received no instructions from the police officer who charged Henry.
Negligence accused gets anonymous bailout
Cop charges, puts mom in labour off PBR: Husband to contest ticket
A week after a very pregnant Arlene Laban-Ammon and her husband were stopped, ticketed and ordered off the Priority Bus Route while she was in labour
Drugs ecstasy and molly 'prevalent in local clubs'
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