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Deportees already coming
Posted: Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Doctor at World Diabetes Day Symposium: Herbalists should be locked up
Dr Claude Khan is knocking "herbalists" who, he says, deceive diabetics into thinking they can be cured with so-called natural herbs.

Local association says: 175,000 in T&T have diabetes

Prof: T&T not ready
Trinidad and Tobago is not ready to deal with a influx of deportees from the United States, says Andy Knight, Professor of International Relations at the University of Alberta, Canada.

Deportees already coming
Illegal immigrants have already been making their way back to Trinidad from the United States on chartered planes and, given President-elect Donald Trump's immigration policy, the rate will increase and this country is not ready for this.

PM: She's an embarrassment
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday described Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar as an "embarrassment to this country" for claiming that the wives of Government Ministers were benefiting from multi million dollar Government contracts.

Blame the authorities, say neighbours
Blame the authorities! That was the cry of residents of Sobo Village, La Brea, where the skeletal remains of a baby girl were found wrapped in a blanket on a bed at the family's home last Thursday.

Woman, 29, in custody for grandmother's death
A 29-year-old Enterprise woman appeared before a Chaguanas Magistrate yesterday charged with the murder of a 39-year-old grandmother which occurred last week.

Bulgarian to face court today
A BULGARIAN national is expected to appear before a Port of Spain magistrate today charged with credit card fraud to the tune of US$168,000.

Efforts to post $10,000 bail rejected
If Terry Ann Lester could give her son Logan a present for his birthday at monthend, it would be that Logan's father would get bail and see his son.

Enterprise resident charged in grandma's murder
A woman yesterday appeared in the Chaguanas Magistrates' Court charged with the murder of another woman.

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