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Ghastly find
Posted: Saturday, November 12, 2016

Ghastly find
Woman hides dead baby in own house


Teen mom sleeps with dead baby for eight months

...Doctor offers a possible explanation

Serious lack of security at PoS General
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh decided to go undercover and visit the city hospital not as minister with a train of ministry officials in tow, but by himself...quietly.

No guarantee oil will rise again
CENTRAL Bank Governor Alvin Hillaire said yesterday that there is no certainty oil prices will return to their previous levels.

Hi-tech baby monitors for PoSGH
IN ITS bid to strategically cut down on the rates of maternal and infant mortality in this country, the Health Ministry has purchased 12 new Cardiotocography (CTG) Monitors

Sando neonatal shut down
THREE babies were who were afflicted with a bacterial infection at the San Fernando General Hospital's (SFGH) neonatal unit are said to be recovering

$63 million in expired drugs
MEMBERS of the Local Authorities, Service Commission and Statutory Authorities Joint Select Committee (JSC) were shocked yesterday to learn that the value of expired drugs over the last six yearsat Nipdec amounted to...

T&T seeking to reduce emissions—minister

Deyalsingh: Six months to prove she's fit to work
Intern who cried wolf...

Rowley, fire your Foreign Affairs Minister
Spokesman for Trinis detained in Venezuela:

UWI engaging tertiary sector to boost system

GATE shuts on recovering drug addict's dreams
Michael Forde, 64, will no longer be able to pursue his dream of studying for a bachelor's degree in social work.

Bolt takes further action against Express

MATT bouffs media
Calls on media outlets to "please adhere to industrial relations best practice" in relation to the laying off of dozens of employees by One Caribbean Media (OCM)

Containers stuck on port
Corrupt officials, workers 'block' ITNAC's Haiti relief

Gas fumes sicken Marabella residents

Bartlett blasts police
Burglars steal $100,000 from Courts

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