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Posted: Saturday, December 3, 2016

A REVEREND remains in custody awaiting criminal charges after he was caught by police having sex with a 14-year-old schoolgirl in a car.

Minister assures: Help on the Way
MINISTER of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan has assured residents of Toco, Matelot and environs, that he intends to continue supporting them during their time of need

'Matelot floods not Govt's fault'

34% voter turnout in LGE

Bhoe expelled over gas
CARONI EAST MP Dr Bhoe Tewarie's persistent questions over the country's financial liability due to its poor natural gas-supply led him to run afoul of the Lower House rules and be expelled from the parliamentary chamber

PM: Tobago Self Government Bill in Parliament soon

Decrease in TT annual HIV infections
This was revealed by Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Social Development and Family Services, Jacinta Bailey-Sobers, who added on Thursday that less than 500 persons, down from 1000, are being diagnosed annually.

Health Ministry committed to fighting HIV/Aids

House pays tribute to Fidel
FORMER Cuban President Fidel Castro's relentless commitment to improvements and change for the better was not just to Cuba and the Caribbean but extended beyond said House Speaker Brigid Annisette-George

'Natural gas project done over to protect T&T'
GOVERNMENT had to renegotiate the Mitsubishi/Massy natural gas to petrochemicals complex (CGCL) project after it was discovered the terms were not in the interest of the National Gas Company (NGC) and the people of Trinidad and Tobago.

PM: $1.3B claim by Chinese against Aluntrint
A CHINESE firm is claiming $1.3 billion in payment for its work done on the now abandoned Aluntrint aluminium smelter

Banks frustrating businesses too an unfair burden on small and medium businesses.

No such thing as free education
Minister of State in the Ministry of Education, Dr Francis Lovell: "Your education came at a tremendous cost, the majority or part of it was carried by the taxpayers. That means that you have a social contract with your nation."

Education minister to boards: Take responsibility for your schools

Garcia: Box lunch cost $100 under last govt
Eduction Minister Anthony Garcia yesterday criticised what he described as wastage and corruption under the former government when $100 was spent for a box lunch under the LifeSport programme.

Seven cops transferred in Central Division
Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams indicated that he was receiving numerous reports of alleged corrupt activities involving police officers and had planned to shake up the division.

Media cursed for using photo
No bail for man accused of raping SRP

No bail for rape accused
A FATHER of five, whose wife is pregnant with their sixth child, was refused bail by a Siparia magistrate before whom he appeared yesterday to answer a number of charges including raping a female Special Reserve Police

Burnt children's siblings in police care

Webster-Roy speaks of 'peeping Tom' experience

SRP before court for 1996 prostitution charge
The vetting process to enter the Police Service is being called into question after the police found that an officer who allegedly had an outstanding warrant for a prostitution charge ten years ago

Villagers know who committed act, relatives say
STILL grieving relatives of Kamraj Maharaj, 51, and Mahase "Crucial" Motilal, who one week ago were found dead in an embrace under the eve of a bar they frequented in Tarouba...

Gangster gunned down
A 25-YEAR-OLD Sealots man, who police described as a notorouis gangster and who was charged for the shooting of a policeman, was yesterday gunned down in Production Drive, Sealots.

25-year-old man killed in Sea Lots

Surrender to cops
Jenice's grieving dad appeals to suspect

DNA confirms the remains of Darian
Police discovered the remains of Darian, a pupil of the Siparia East Secondary School, in the ruins of the family's wooden home located at Red Brick Trace, South Oropouche on March 19.

Hospital security under probe for beating patient
Three male security guards attached to the Couva District Health Facility, are being investigated by the Couva Police for assaulting a patient and his wife

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