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Posted: Wednesday, October 12, 2016

AMIDST Opposition claims that photos exist of persons resembling children of top Government officials holding firearms resembling those commonly used by the Defence Force

AG confirms family assessed by army after death threats

IEA urges OPEC to enact production cuts
The International Energy Agency is urging OPEC countries to swiftly deliver on promised production cuts if they want to see a sustained increase in oil prices that will also help shore up their economies.

Cops warn 'ladies of the night'
...after known sex worker Vanessa "Buffy" Ackie was found dead at the bottom of a precipice on Monday afternoon.

Haiti disaster relief picks up speed

Text to donate to Haiti

Bankers set up Haiti Fund

Health costs rise as antibiotics stagnate
BECAUSE of non-development of new antibiotics in the last 20 to 30 years there has been an increase in health costs, according to PAHO/WHO representative to Trinidad and Tobago

Six in Sea Lots diagnosed with meningitis

Band together to help Haiti
PM at high-level security meeting

PM disappointed Cuba not at security forum
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has called for an overarching cooperation policy for defense and security for the Americas

US wants Cuba to be CDMA member

13,330 now off food card list
Minister: Govt fixed irregularities costing millions...

West taken to task over pregnant woman
Incident not under the remit of the PCA. "It is not a criminal offence, it is not police corruption and not serious police misconduct..."

Law to change marriage age for Cabinet
LEGISLATION which could change the age at which minors are able to marry is already drafted and will go before Cabinet next week.

Glowing tribute paid to Stephen Derek
...during the Mentoring by the Masters 2016 awards ceremony at Queen's Hall, Port-of-Spain.

New buses needed for Tobago

Uber may come to TT
The network transportation company is looking to set up a base in this country, one of 80 countries where it has since been established since 2008.

Packer gets a promotion
After kind act to disabled shopper

Morvant upgrade expected to bring back home fans

Govt improvement plans 'not just for Sandals'

Sandals protects
AS PART of its environmental awareness programme, the Sandals Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Sandals Resorts International, recently undertook massive clean-up efforts in all islands where its resorts are based

Conflicting stories from barbershop shooting survivors

Schoolboy, 11, awarded $20,000
A SCHOOLBOY who lost the tip of the little finger of his right hand when it was crushed by the door to the washroom of the school he attended...

66 male suicides since January
...vast majority of persons who killed themselves for the year were men of working age

'Lock up Ria's kidnappers, not me'
Mitra Hassanali, 42, of Dow Village, South Oropouche, was arrested on Saturday and charged for wearing a camouflage uniform resembling that used by officers of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force.

5 Venezuelans fined
...must find $35,000 to pay fines imposed on them yesterday by a magistrate after they all pleaded guilty to illegal entry into this country.

Cops may cause thief to walk free
A MAN who pleaded guilty to stealing over $20,000 in cash and equipment from a Pizza Boys restaurant may walk free if the police do not produce the facts of the case today before the courts.

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