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Posted: Friday, October 14, 2016

TWO girls - Raquel Le Blanc of St Joseph's Convent (SJC) Portof- Spain and Priya Maharaj of Lakshmi Girls' Hindu College, St Augustine won this years President's Medal

Girls sweep President's Medals

Police probe machinegun photos
ACTING Commissioner of Police Harold Phillip yesterday appointed a senior police officer to lead a team to investigate and report on whether or not any offences against the Firearms Act were committed

Weapons were not loaded—army

AG, Moonilal on offensive
Debate rages over pics of children with guns

Moonilal: Photos didn't come from Defence Force

Lee: PM has a national duty to undertake investigation
CHAIRMAN of the United of the National Congress Dr David Lee is calling on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to initiate an investigation into the issue surrounding the images of two minors linked to a senior government official

AG maintains silence

Police note 17% reduction in road fatalities

Farrell: Crisis at CSO

7 cane farmers get $412,000

Service stations on brink of shutting down
...because increases in the price of fuel by the Government has eroded their profit margins.

OPM honours Lillyan
Teenager Lillyann Williams, who act of kindness has inspired the nation

Sukhdeo: Don't judge me

Woman among 3 bodies found
TWENTY-TWO days after the disappearance of a Debe woman, Ria Sookdeo, farmers tending to their crops stumbled upon a badly decomposed body

New suspect in Ria's abduction

BATT: Don't put PIN backwards

Blame Petrotrin's downsizing for oil tank suicide
...the halving of security arrangements at the oil company was the main contributing factor behind Pierre's death.

Fuad: Ensure fishermen have life jackets

Ganja teen on $5,000 bond
A GIRL, aged 16, was on Wednesday placed on a bond after pleading guilty to possession of marijuana in the first Princes Town Magistrate Court

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