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Taxes on grog, smokes legal
Posted: Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Taxes on grog, smokes legal
Imbert denies Mark's claims as Senate debate aborted...

Opposition Senator Wade Mark accuses the Government of imposing illegal taxes on the population and signalling the Opposition's intention to challenge the matter legally.

Prakash appeals slander decision
Ordered by a High Court judge to compensate his brother and two other former COP members for slandering their names

Caricom wants to 'engage' Trump early

Agri minister going after suspicious land dealers

BIR back to work
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday said operations at the Board of Inland Revenue (BIR) offices at Trinidad House have returned to normal.

Christlyn calls THA reps to resign from Port board show solidarity with Tobagonians who have had to deal with poor service as regards sailings of the ferries, including the cargo vessel.

Kamla stands by $12M contract claim

Rowley a lot more positive about 2017
Push for private sector to get into development...

Mercy is alive
Mom denies she kept dead baby in house...

Grandma denies death, promises to reveal baby
Skeleton kept dressed up for months

Relatives insist Mercy is alive and well

Toddler drowns in family pool
The family of little Sephra Sankar was still trying to come to terms with her death yesterday, hours after she drowned in the family's pool.

Mite infestation shuts down school
Pupils of the Montrose Vedic Primary School, Chaguanas, are being attacked by mites, unseen to the naked eye.

Testing for new police recruits
NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon yesterday indicated that new entrants into the Police Service will be subject to psychometric testing and psychological testing

SDMS' Maharaj predicts upsurge in crime due to deportation

'Majority of people in hotspots are hard-working'
So said Sharon Rowley, wife of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, as she spoke at the launch of an educational initiative by Women in Action for the Needy and Destitute (WAND) at the Upper El Dorado Community Centre

Police: Natalie's hit-and-run case now a homicide
POLICE are now treating the death of a woman found along Wrightson Road, Port of Spain, on Monday, as a homicide enquiry and not a hit-and-run accident.

Six cops arrested in $400,000 robbery

'No surprise' as dad of 3 shot dead
A COCORITE father of three, Dominic "Zebbie" Gregoire, 39, who had previous run-ins with the law, was shot dead yesterday afternoon as he worked on a construction site near to his home at Waterhole, Cocorite.

Granny 'hoping for Govt compensation'
Hands injured after grabbing scratch bomb...

'Madness': rare anteater killed by poachers

Whale found dead on beach
Over the past five years, a number of melon-headed whales have been stranded on some of the nation's beaches.

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