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Posted: Monday, October 10, 2016

A RAPIST with the image of an eye tattooed in the middle of his forehead and wearing three gold tooth caps in his mouth is lurking somewhere in Central Trinidad.

Couple's throats slit during home invasion
A home invasion and robbery in Cunupia, which occurred on Saturday night, ended in death as a 53-year-old woman and her 45-year-old husband were found at their Montrose Road home

'Wicked act': couple's throats slit; wife dead

Pundit: Police not doing their jobs properly

Not my fault
THE system of procuring pharmaceutical drugs in Trinidad and Tobago shows absolutely no concern for the patient.

T&T on brink of economic danger PM: These are not hopeless times

Keep State enterprises in line...or else
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has instructed Finance Minister Colm Imbert to issue a circular to all State enterprises and State agencies under his (Imbert) jurisdiction to ensure timely financial reports ...

Cuffie: $272m saved with new software deal

Olivierre: Govt to own piece of African infrastructure
Energy and Energy Industries Minister Nicole Olivierre was pleased that after 13 months in office and a few months after signing a memorandum of understanding

No word on stand-off between PM, President

Delaysingh slams 'callous' public hospitals
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh said yesterday he is giving regional health authorities a month to get their act together.

Gopee-Scoon: Initiatives in place to increase competitiveness
NOTING it is difficult to defend Trinidad and Tobago's drop in the World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Index, Trade and Industry Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon has...

Firemen blame faulty ladder
FIREMEN who were shocked in an incident last week Thursday, are saying that faulty ladders on their fire tender caused them to be shocked by overhead electrical wire

Banks open Help for Haiti accounts

Mayor: Take responsibility
SAN FERNANDO Mayor Kazim Hosein has urged member of the public to take responsibility for their premises

Flood losses at Morvant Epiphany
There were no classes at the Morvant Epiphany Primary School on Friday as it was forced to remain closed as school officials tried to clean up debris and damage left by Thursday's floods.

Oil tank emptied in search for missing man

Most victims from three countries
Human trafficking in T&T...

100 guns seized in Northern Division

Carenage man shot dead
For the second time in just over a year, a Carenage family is dealing with the murder of one of their sons.

Ex-soldiers charged
TWO former Special Forces soldiers of the TT Regiment were yesterday slapped with nine gun-related charges are are due to appear today in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates Court

Trauma still, ten years later
TEN years after she was tied up, gagged and raped twice by her uncle, the victim has spoken of her ordeal which she says still haunts her even to this day.

Businessman to get compensation
A SELF-EMPLOYED businessman who slipped and fell while shopping at the Tru Valu supermarket at Trincity Mall, two years ago, will receive compensation for his injuries

Teen jailed for stealing teacher's phone
A teenager who snatched a teacher's cellular phone as she walked along the street was last week sentenced to two years in prison.

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