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Killers text Alexis family after slaying uncle:
Posted: Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Killers text Alexis family after slaying uncle:
One gone, bye bye

Robocop's brother shot dead

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro yesterday celebrated the signing of a cross-border energy deal by dancing, wining and even being in a conga line with women dressed in bright, colourful clothing at the Miraflores Palace in Caracas

Rowley, Maduro sign 3 gas deals

Army, cops go after criminals
Dillon pledges more resources for crime

Fatal beating video goes viral
TWO men were in police custody last night after they allegedly beat a man to death, which was videotaped and uploaded to social media on Sunday.

Pensioner freed of sex crime against daughter
A PENSIONER has been acquitted on the charge of grievous sexual assault against his 14-year-old daughter.

PM wishes newlywed senator plenty children

Brasso Seco angry over absent MP
Deserted in their darkest hour

Flood-hit Matelot gives back
Sangre Grande Regional Corporation chairman Terry Rondon said he was overwhelmed by the contributions by businesses across the country and he would be going to Brasso Seco today with some goodies.

Dates set despite outstanding judgment
This, as he continues to challenge the legality of the process being used to extradite him to the United States, where he is wanted on a number of fraud-related, corruption and money laundering charges.

New life for homeless lawsuit
Bid to block the Port-of-Spain City Corporation from locking him and other homeless people out of Tamarind Square at nights.

$250,000 bail for pastor on child-rape charges

$230,000 bail for 3 cops on extortion charges

Warrant issued for prominent cop

Tobago police probe taxi driver's killing
Tobago police are probing the circumstances surrounding the death of a taxi driver, after he was found dead at the side of the road by passers-by.

Elderly man killed at home

Five accused kidnappers freed
Radica Boodram who was then 14 years old and the girlfriend of the alleged victim Anthony Saroop, 15, along with co-defendants Aleem Ali, Matthew Ramdin, Randy Baldeo and Kevin McIntosh were charged with conspiring to defraud Saroop's mother and relatives of mone

Thief steals Newsday newspapers
"THE People's Newspaper" was yesterday in high demand as an early morning thief used an innovative method to steal 16 copies of Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday newspapers

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