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CCTV footage to be used as vital evidence in Shannon's murder
Posted: Monday, December 12, 2016

CCTV footage to be used as vital evidence in Shannon's murder
Homicide officers probing the killing of Republic Bank employee Shannon Banfield have in their possession three short video clips showing her entering the IAM and Company store on Charlotte Street

Don't judge him, relatives beg

Man falls off precipice
A 59-year old Paramin man who attended a parang fete in the district on Saturday night is believed to have fallen to his death while walking toward his home early yesterday.

Jwala: Foreign exchange system flawed
'Big business groups still getting most of US$'

Clico Policyholders want answers
THE CLICO Policyholders Group (CPG) is calling on the Central Bank Governor Dr Alvin Hillaire and Finance Minister Colm Imbert to explain the rationale behind the rumoured appointment of former Sandals executive as general manager of Clico.

Estate to offer warehousing in 2017
In order to diversify its revenue streams and ensure the company's continued profitability after 50 years in existence, the Point Lisas Industrial Port Development Corporation (PLIPDE CO) plans

Ministers misinformed

Petrotrin is everybody's business, Energy Chamber

Attorney calls for end to discrimination against Orisa
Trinidad and Tobago is woefully ignorant of the beliefs and contributions of the Ifa/Orisa faith

Ganga wants waiver on Standing Orders

Local artistes 'lock arms' for murder victims
Dozens of concerned citizens including artistes such as Mavis John, Kees Dieffenthaller, Teresa Awai, Anya Ayoung-Chee and Danielle Jones-Hunte yesterday turned up at Nelson Mandela Park, St James

Customs guards threatened
CUSTOMS and Excise officers who raided a boat at Queen's Wharf, Port-of-Spain, on November 14 and seized 100 kilos of cocaine and a quantity of United States currency, have been given personal weapons following threats issued to them.

Acid bath victim wants help for battered women

Two killed in road accidents
The 68 year-old mother of a TT Defence Force soldier was killed instantly when the driver of a sport utility vehicle allegedly broke the traffic lights at Railway Road, Arouca

COP: Turn to the people for crime answers

No arrest yet in Jenice's death
Robert Figaro, the father of four-year-old Jenice Figaro, said he is baffled by the failure of the police to arrest a woman suspected of beating his child to death.

State must protect citizenry too
Priest wants death for killers

Trini on drug charges in Barbados
Trini caught smuggling cocaine into B'dos

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