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Posted: Sunday, October 9, 2016

WITH nearly 900 people dead and major destruction in Haiti following Hurricane Matthew Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has pledged that this country will do its part to help.

T&T groups rally to help Haiti
90 per cent of some areas were destroyed

Carmona's spending spree
Taxpayers have spent more on vacation travel for His Excellency, President Anthony Carmona and his family, than for official travel.

Dillon stands by 'hero cop'
Minister of National Security Edmund Dillon yesterday said he dismisses anyone who says that the actions of Inspector Kenneth Morgan, in confronting armed bandits, made a bad situation worse.

Bandit killed in barbershop shooting identified

Firemen electrocuted: one more officer released from hospital

SUICIDE IN OIL TANK one could help this man

50 families washed out Radix Village, Mayaro, were forced to flee their homes when water from a construction site suddenly gushed into their homes.

Daniell's $34 million jiggle
Adolphus Daniell ...part of the $400 million spent on LifeSport over two years under the former People's Partnership administration.

Garcia: L'tille pilot for all at risk-schools
Education Minister Anthony Garcia yesterday said the Government's School Improvement Programme (SIP), once successfully implemented in Laventille, will be used as the template for schools in other at-risk communities

Repsol selling off oilfields
Spanish energy giant Repsol SA has confirmed to Sunday Newsday that it will be selling its Teak, Samaan and Poui (TSP) oilfields for US$125 million (TT$837.5 million)

Antoine: We will stamp out WASA corruption
Public Utilities Minister Ancil Antoine stated on Friday that the Government has been trying to "stamp out the culture of corruption" at WASA

Rambachan questions ferry contract
OPPOSITION MP Dr Suruj Rambachan is questioning how a company formed in March this year has been given a contract to run the fast ferry service between Trinidad and Tobago.

Minshall grieves for Stephen Derek
Mas icon Peter Minshall yesterday hailed his brother in the artform, Stephen Derek, who died suddenly at hospital on Friday, even as, hours before, he was working on costumes at his Woodbrook mas camp.

Who's the man? Francis Felix at 111

Pokemon Go gamers told, 'Don't let guard down'
Thursday's robbery of a group of women and the raping of one, by a gang of men, as they were out searching for Pokemon in St Augustine after 10 pm

Seniors need help with TTEC e-bill
...many also expressed frustration about not being able to use the internet which, they admitted, will prevent them from accessing the e-bill system.

PM: Orchids, avenue for tourism

34 women killed in homicides
A comprehensive record of reports of homicides has been made and submitted by a junior member to the Powerful Ladies of Trinidad and Tobago organisation

UNC MP: Deal with cases at Remand Yard
Oropouche West MP Vidia Gayadeen-Gopeesingh says the Government should consider building a Remand Yard court to assist with the backlog of cases in the judiciary.

Student, 19, sues AG over wrongful arrest
Kept in custody for over 65 hours without charge...

Man, 73, on gun charge
A 73 year-old man is scheduled to appear in court after being held over the weekend with a shotgun and rounds.

Body found bound, gagged, floating in South
Twenty-two hours after a Water Taxi crew and its passengers made the chilling discovery of a corpse floating in the Gulf of Paria, the Coast Guard were finally able to bring the bound and gagged body ashore.

Schoolgirl missing since 1991
..Mum has tried to move on

45 abductions for year so far

Police search for Ria in forests

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