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Posted: Thursday, November 10, 2016

UNIVERSITY of the West Indies (UWI) Vice Chancellor Sir Hilary Beckles yesterday said the Caribbean region must be prepared for a return of many Caribbean nationals and Hispanics from the United States

Minister Dillon: We will be ready address a possible influx of deportees following Donald Trump's victory in Wednesday's United States' Presidential election.

Uncertainty for T&T with Trump

We got it wrong
Trini analysts on Trump's stunning win:

Outgoing US Ambassador assures America able to deal with Trump

Fuad congratulates US President-Elect
BARATARIA/San Juan MP Dr Fuad Khan hopes that the US President-Elect can affect the change he promised during his campaign

Kamla sends congrats

Suruj: PNM heading for defeat too
...because the population is getting angry with it.

Imbert says sorry
Zero/zero/zero remarks...

Imbert says he is sorry

Roget warns of widespread strike action
POINTING out that the Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) could be described as a "political union" which had played a significant role in the downfall of the previous People's Partnership administration

Young: $1B recovered in highway project

Young: Mischief about BOLT payments

Customs Officers under probe
...for their role in the processing of bogus clearance documents for a container at the Pt Lisas port in which two crocus bags containing almost US$2M were found

TT can expect more showers
THIS country can brace for heavy showers and consequent flooding in low-lying areas as the Met Office on Tuesday reported the formation of a Trough weather system.

Rohan: Potholes to be mended in 48 hours
Citizens will see a noticeable improvement in the nation's highways and roads as over 100 new contractors take on almost 200 projects throughout T&T.

UTT to bestow posthumous award on Mahabir
THE University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) will award an honorary degree, Doctor of Energy (Posthumous) to the late Errol Mahabir, former Deputy Political Leader of the PNM

Man found hanging at Petrotrin station

Woman stabbed, beaten to death: Suspect held by standpipe
The dead body was identified as that of Pamela Balgobin, 37. Balgobin and the suspect, now in police custody, grew up in Walcott Lane together.

Girl, 15, is 21 weeks pregnant
A 15-YEAR-OLD schoolgirl yesterday confessed to Western Division police that she was having sexual relations with a man

Cops dig up barrels of 'the herb'
Seven barrels containing marijuana which were buried underground in a forested area at Mayo Road, Gran Couva during a two-day exercise carried out between Tuesday and yesterday.

Autopsy: Man was alive when set alight
SHELDON Boatswain, 34, who was placed on a galvanize pyre following a fight at his Enterprise home on Tuesday, was still alive when he was set on fire

Nigerian fined for illegal entry
SAN FERNANDO Magistrate Nanette Forde-John yesterday fined a Nigerian man $8,000 for illegally entering the country and failing to report to immigration officers as required by law.

Cops reveal new trend: Car thieves target AD wagons, Lancers

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