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Posted: Thursday, November 24, 2016

Appeal Court Dismisses claim against freezing of $180m SIS assets

Injunction removed but assets still frozen
The Court of Appeal has ruled that the National Gas Company's (NGC) asset freezing order against mega-contractor, Super Industrial Services (SIS)

PM heads to V'zuela
T&T has a 'serious gas problem'...
Petrotrin: Net loss reduced
State-owned Petrotrin said lower operating expenses helped to reduce its loss versus the year before.

...Company must pay ex-worker $2.2m by Dec 2
Industrial Court ruling yesterday orders the State-owned oil company to pay an ex-employee $2,218,800 by December 2


Point mayor can still seek office
After $7,000 drunk-driving fine...

NGO wants female POS mayor

School visit turns heated: Garcia jeered PTA president lists woes at school
Education Minister Anthony Garcia was jeered by parents of students at the Santa Flora Government Primary School during a visit yesterday.

Opposition brings out manifesto

Tewarie outlines differences: UNC backs Local Govt reform

PNM wins first local govt seat
PNM candidate for Mon Repos/ Navet Patricia F.M. Victor-Wilson is the only validly nominated candidate for the district following the withdrawal of her United National Congress (UNC) rival Daryl Kishan Soodeen.

HDC rubbishes Ramdeen's claims
The Housing Development Corporation yesterday slammed United National Congress (UNC) Senator Gerald Ramdeen for carrying on an ugly campaign of spurious allegations against it.

Prisons officer shot at DVD business
The Prison Officers Association is raising issues again about the protection of their members in the wake of another attack on an officer.

Protect officers
Off-duty prison officer was shot in both legs at his businessplace in Princes Town.

UNC and PNM agree: More municipal police can make a difference

Senior policeman held for fraud connection with the fraudulent sign-off on duty slips which allowed a female Special Reserve Police (SRP) officer to be paid thousands of dollars although she was off the job for several months

Graphic: TTPS aware of baby beating video

British visitors warned about Carnival crime
In its latest travel advisory yesterday, the United Kingdom's Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in London elevated its warning to British nationals to be on guard against crime

Cops, soldiers lock down D'Abadie
NINETY officers including 30 soldiers and 60 police officers, locked down D' Abadie area yesterday morning, in search of the persons responsible for recent killings in the area.

Same-sex video under probe
THE MINISTRY of Health intends probing a video purportedly showing two staff members of a public health institution engaged in a sexual act in the washroom at their workplace.

Barataria restaurant robbed, maxi held up along PBR

Handyman detained for Bhoe break-in
A 24-YEAR-OLD handyman, wanted in connection for burglarising the Cunupia home of Caroni Central MP Bhoe Tewarie was detained on Tuesday while hiding in a Claxton Bay house.

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