Posted: Tuesday, November 22, 2016
...tragically snuffed out by a speeding Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) 20,000 pound bus on the Priority Bus Route (PBR)
Teacher killed by bus on PBR
Sita Yorke-Warner, of Pinto Road, Arima, was attempting to cross the Priority Bus Route (PBR) near St John's Road
Aspiring soldier gunned down in front of his son
Before snuffing his life out, the killer of a Maloney man granted him one last merciful act by allowing him to put down his 13-month-old son.
Maloney man shot dead
RESIDENTS of the Maloney Apartment complex are now living in fear of gunmen who killed a 21-year-old father of one in a brazen attack, 350 metres away from a police station.
Minister on Kamla's Divali dinner: Roti meals at $65 and $75
Minister in the Office of the Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Stuart Young, insisted the issue was not the event but the reckless spending by the former regime.
Young slams UNC race talk
...Kamla spent $4.3m on functions in 1 year
State taking Invaders Bay issue to PC
Fight continues for disclosure of billion-dollar contract
Consultant on selling of vandalised HDC houses: It's a good plan in principle
US$100m bid for Mittal plant
Sacked Mittal workers call on Rowley for help
Luke Bachan, 49, who has worked at ArcelorMittal as a machinist for the past 17 years, is yet to receive one cent in severance benefits after he was retrenched last March
Zika still a TT emergency
After snakes, rats invade school
Roadblock in Reform...
...Problems at Mayo school too
EMA police shut down noisy bar
Police give back to community
THE Police Service has given back to the wider community some $44,000 in funds raised through its 2016 version of "Policemen Can Cook" in the Portof- Spain and Western Divisions
NSA complains: banners and posters defaced
Police monitoring political meetings
Violence on campaign trail...
Head of Central Division: No politics in shooting of PNM DJ
PCA looking for slain teen's relatives
Ramsahai, 15, of Dookie Trace, Tunapuna, was reportedly killed in an alleged shoot-out with police at Maingot Road. However, his relatives have disputed these reports and claim the teen was murdered.
Girl, 13, sues State
THE State has been sued by a 13-year-old pupil who is seeking monetary compensation for injuries she sustained four years ago when a gate at a primary school fell on her.
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