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Posted: Saturday, November 26, 2016

This was how grieving relatives described the deaths of their loved own - two men who were both known alcoholics who were found yesterday tied together from their pants waist, their eyebrows shaved off and lipstick placed on their lips.

Friends found tied together
Cops probe mystery deaths in Tarouba

One arrested by cops at Piarco
Detained Trinis back home but...

Freed Trinis touch down amid tears, tight hugs

Mystery surrounds death of baby Jenice
A relative who stands accused of killing a four-year-old child on Thursday night has denied she had anything to do with the girl's death.

Cuba's Fidel Castro, who defied US for 50 years, has died

Max in hospital
...after suffering mild stroke

Woman fears relatives' deaths
Singh's family members all have heart conditions and, she contends, there is a shortage of heart medication at the EW MSC, Mt Hope.

PNM and UNC to hold rallies today

Move to strike out UNC candidate
UNC candidate Adrian Shazad Ali will know on the eve of the Local Government Elections whether the Independent Liberal Party will be permitted to challenge his validity as a candidate.

Attempts to sabotage COP, says Leader
..."a group of people" are maliciously telling supporters that COP's candidates for Monday's Local Government Elections have given up and so all votes should instead go to the UNC candidates.

PM: Ferry port in Toco coming

City's never-ending headache
Will PoS floods ever be solved?

Soldiers to help Mayaro residents battle rising Ortoire River

Brace for more rain—ODPM

PM says threats to cops brings TT closer to the jungle
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday had strong words for the people of Crown Trace, Enterprise who after the death of 26-year-old Anton Sheldon Mitchell, took to the streets in protest and even threatened the lives of police
Police dragnet nets 97

British to help in Police Service manpower audit
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday announced an audit of the manpower and utilisation of manpower of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.

Having a man not a financial plan, women told
The advice and warning came from Keisha MacQuan, Centre Manager – North, First Citizens Investment Services, as she spoke to the women about "Creating a secure financial future

Kamla hopes for end to violence against women

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