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Posted: Saturday, November 19, 2016

AFTER bashing her until she stopped breathing, callous killers left the blood-stained murder weapon - a concrete construction block - on the chest of his victim

Pensioner murdered
Police are awaiting autopsy results done on the body of 74-year-old Zorida Enayat Ali to determine whether she was sexually assaulted by her attackers.

Family claims murder
Shooting of boy, 15, by cops...

Thieves raid Bhoe's home
While Caroni Central Member of Parliament Dr Bhoendradatt Tewarie and his wife slept at their Las Lomas home Thursday morning

'$21b for police in ten years'

PM: Don't lose hope on crime

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday urged the population not to lose hope that crime in the country will be brought under control.

Opposition senators call reporters PNM stooges
Top cop commends media for spotting UNC murder toll errors

OWTU promises to raise hell over Petrotrin plan

Borough status for Siparia
PM election promise

New traffic ticket system not a priority, says Rohan
Stakeholders hope for speedy implementation

Sinanan: Govt will not stop projects which benefit TT

Villagers bid farewell to oldest indentured labourer

ECA announces public holidays
The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) is advising all employers that Monday, December 26 and Tuesday, December 27 will be public holidays.

Get prepared for record heat in 2017, says Met Service

UNC seeks police protection
Hinds platform talk sparks fear

Kamla: Watch out for TT$ devaluation

Cops raid SRP's home
OFFICERS of the Professional Standards Bureau who are investigating the $400,000 robbery at the Claxton Bay home of a Chinese businessman

Rowley: I have roti bills
THE roti wars, which started on the local government election campaign platform reached the hallowed halls of Parliament yesterday.

Fling roti in Rowley's face

Muslims protest over detained 5
Relatives of the five T&T nationals detained in a Venezuelan prison are demanding the dismissal of Foreign and Caricom Affairs Minister Dennis Moses.

Businessman murdered in La Horquetta
A 36-year-old businessman was gunned down in La Horquetta yesterday afternoon in what police are describing as a gang- related killing.

Maloney locked down
EIGHT persons were arrested during a five-hour lockdown by police and soldiers of Maloney yesterday.

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