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Posted: Tuesday, October 25, 2016

DOCTORS at the Port-of- Spain General Hospital yesterday expressed concern for their safety after a young, female intern was held-up at gunpoint on Sunday night at the hospital

Doctor robbed at gunpoint
Medics' body threatens work-to-rule

MacFarlane getting licks over colonial mas
The Cazabon family yesterday expressed concern over Brian MacFarlane's interpretation of acclaimed artist Michel Jean Cazabon's life work

Ramdeen: Investigate Imbert's wife's company
Opposition Senator Gerald Ramdeen is calling on Housing Minister Randall Mitchell to investigate how a company without the required experience, linked to Finance Minister Colm Imbert's wife, was awarded a $75 million contract

LifeSport audit report quashed
A HIGH Court judge has quashed the damning 2014 audit report into the controversial LifeSport programme, which led the then People's Partnership government immediately terminating the programme.

Anil defend programme

Govt to review Data Protection Act

Trucking jobs for locals in Canada
LABOUR Minister Jennifer Baptiste-Primus yesterday disclosed that retrenched workers and unemployed people in this country could soon have the opportunity to find gainful employment in Canada.

Fourth intended victim escapes rape ordeal
A woman in her early 20s escaped being raped by a man described as a serial rapist on Friday afternoon after she became suspicious of his advances and reported the matter to the police.

No word on 'Trini 5' return

Task Force cops get counselling
Facing a bounty on their heads, Southern Division Task Force police officers who were involved in the fatal police shooting of suspected criminal Adelle Gilbert have not yet returned to work.

PCA supports call for body cameras
The Police Complaints Authority is supporting President of the Police Social and Welfare Association, Inspector Michael Seales' call for implementation of body cameras for police officers.

Lifeguards won't do CPR, operate ambulances
...until they get proper training

Fares increased along Sando -Fyzo route

PM turns 67

Family traumatised
Girl, 2, dies after dad accidentally runs over her

School fire linked to seized cellphone
Classes at the Cunupia Secondary School are set to resume by Wednesday.

$60,000 loss: lensman robbed outside Lara event
A FREELANCE photographer was robbed over the weekend while covering a fashion show and fete at the Port of Spain home of cricket legend Brian Lara.

Girl, 15, and 4 others on ganja charge
The teenager, along with Narissa Bissoondath, 23, her husband Rajkumar Bissoodath, 23, Naieem Mohammed, 18, and Sarah Stewart, 25, appeared before San Fernando Sixth Court Magistrate Natalie Diop.

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