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Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2016

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday declared war on soldiers whom he alleged had taken photos of the children of Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi training with high-powered military weapons

Moonilal to PM: Fire AG Al-Rawi
Moonilal said Al-Rawi now has no moral authority to pronounce on criminal matters...the alleged incident violates the Firearms Act; section six which outlaws the possession of a firearm without a Firearm Users Licence

Young: It's personally disgusting
"It is unacceptable for people to bring the children of any member who has made a decision to serve the people of Trinidad and Tobago in this manner and the manner that was exposed yesterday. I decry it," Young said.

Supplies needed for devastated nation

2017 Budget passes

PM tells of Kamla's $.5m Tobago trips

NGC used as piggy bank, says Young
"The NGC board, Young said, "went backwards" when declaring the State gas company's dividends from 2011 to 2015, claiming "retroactive dividends" from 2009 along with its 2011 dividend payment."

4 CSO officers suspended for 'fixing' figures
"...over a period of time, some CSO officers had been falsifying data related to the continuous sample survey of the population, labour force data in particular..."

Hinds happy to meet Tobago bus drivers

Bail denied for the co-accused: $750,000 bail for ex-soldier

Police lobby for higher speed limit

Emperor Valley Zoo welcomes 6 Llamas
Six juvenile furry llamas, two males and four females, arrived in the country yesterday morning via Miami

Sheron's wife on why she dropped abuse charges:
I've seen big change in him

Murder linked to vehicle deal
Relatives of one of two men, whose body washed ashore last week in South Trinidad, believe a transaction over a vehicle may be responsible for his death

Body sighted in Petrotrin tank
CURTIS Pierre, the Point Fortin resident presumed to have drowned in a massive wash tank over the weekend is yet to be recovered.

Nine years after iron assault, Set free after serving 4 extra years in jail
Charged in 2007 with unlawful wounding under Section 14 of Offences Against the Person Act which carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison.

Shooting victim refuses to give cops info
Within the last four years, two of the victim's brothers were shot and killed

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