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Posted: Monday, November 21, 2016

HEAVILY armed officers from the Police Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF), all carrying Galil and UZI machineguns, are providing 24- hour protection to the Customs and Excise Building

LGE on Tobago's mind
AS Trinidad gets set for the local government elections (LGE) next Monday, Tobago is gearing up for the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) elections constitutionally due in January 2017.

HSF falls to US$5.4b
Down 5.7 % after US$377m withdrawal

Ex-Minister Howai weighs in on FATCA
LOCAL banks may have been less worried about TT's efforts to become FATCA-compliant if Government had communicated better about what was going on behind the scenes

Hefty roti bill catered for 900 people, not 5,000

...Moonilal: '1,000 houses by Christmas' an election ploy

Bro Resistance retains TUCO presidency
MEMBERS of the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organisation (TUCO) gathered in their numbers at the National Carnival Commission (NCC) Lounge at the Queen's Park Savannah yesterday to cast their votes for a new executive

Man escapes fire but killed by car
A 78-YEAR-OLD man who managed to escape from his burning house at Duke Street in Port-of-Spain on Saturday night was killed minutes later after being knocked down by a car

More speed guns and legislation coming
Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan says police officers will soon have more speed guns to use as efforts continue to make T&T's roads safer for motorists and pedestrians.

Too much death on the roads

Zika and the right to life
Law Made Simple

'Emotions not a sign of weakness'
Commemorating International Men's Day

Montrose Vedic protests on hold
PROTESTS at the Montrose Vedic Primary School in Chaguanas have been put on hold as parents await a response from the Ministry of Education to their demands

Haitians eating dirt to survive

Accountant takes ICATT to court
AN INVESTIGATIONS committee was wrong to refer to the disciplinary committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICATT), a complaint against accountant Chanka Seetaram...

Bhoe burglary suspect sought
POLICE are searching for a Cunupia handyman who is believed to have gone into hiding after he burglarised the home of Opposition Caroni Central Member of Parliament Bhoe Tewarie.

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