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Posted: Thursday, October 27, 2016

11 Venezuelan nationals held-up on the high seas by masked, armed Trini pirates who made off with US$600 and 600,000 Bolivars (Venezuelan currency).

Hold your hand on Anil
THE Congress of the People (COP) is calling on Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar not to rush to put former sports minister Anil Roberts into the Senate.

MPs angry
Kamla knocked for Anil's frontline return

I don't know Rajaee
Anil distances self from ex-LifeSport co-ordinator

Anil: I don't smoke weed, I have one wife

Rogers quits CNMG

12 containers of relief items for Haiti
Sando Corp initiative a success

Kamla celebrates ancestors' resilience

Govt moves to ease Forex woes for 'ordinary' folks
... who have medical expenses, tuition, travel and the like, Finance Minister Colm Imbert says.

Electronic payments still accepted at NP stations

Dry taps during temporary desal shutdown
The plant provides 40 million gallons daily to WASA, which is used to supply the Point Lisas Industrial Estate, as well as augment the supply to areas in Central and South Trinidad.

CEPEP seeks injunction against Moonilal it tries to prevent the Member of Parliament from further criticising the operations of the State-run body.

High crime rate deterring business start-ups
Economist: Govt must tackle murders to prevent loss of talent...

TTPS corrects senator's figures
Decrease in police killings...

'92% decrease in police killings'

Skeletal remains found in Penal forest
Three Penal men stumbled upon what is believed to be the skeletal remains of a human during their sojourn into the forest on Tuesday afternoon in search of soharee leaves

Man shot dead, woman survives
Renaldo Yeates, 28, of Caiman Road, St Joseph, was standing by his car at Sixth Avenue, Barataria, with 18-year-old Denecia Matamoro, when a man dressed in dark clothing, passed by and opened fire on the duo.

Law student among three held for fraud
A 21-YEAR-OLD law student is among three persons who will appear at the San Fernando Magistrates' court today on six counts of fraud.

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