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Posted: Friday, December 23, 2016

Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) has reported that 182 TT nationals may be involved in financing the activities of terrorist organisations such as the Islamic State (ISIS).


Trinis are being fooled by online lottery scams
...don't fall for it

Highest murder toll in six years
WITH only nine days left in 2016, there have been 448 murders for the year so far, which is an estimated ten per cent higher compared to the same period in 2015.

Powerful Ladies launch mobile crime app

Petrotrin not authorised to make offer to OWTU
Young said no such offer of "zero, zero, zero" was ever made to the trade union on behalf on the Government of Trinidad and Tobago or any State enterprise that falls under the authority of the Government.

...Blame Imbert if citizens suffer, says Roget

PoS mayor planning massive clean-up

Young: Frankie still smiling after falling ill in Thailand
ENERGY Minister Franklin Khan is said to be still smiling after falling ill in Thailand where he and his wife Laura are on vacation.

T&T has lost one-fifth of population

Campaign against illegal fireworks
Fireone CEO supports Minister

Firecracker issue...
There are plans to reform the legislation and bring about a change of policy as it pertains to the use of fireworks.

Sandals expands in the region, no word yet on Tobago

Passengers left for hours on board TT Express
...passengers without vehicles were allowed to disembark, while all other passengers were forced to remain on the ferry due to a broken port ramp

Moonilal scolds Rowley on book signing
OPPOSITION Member of Parliament, Dr Roodal Moonilal, is accusing Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley of "taking time from his working day" to conduct his "private business" - meaning visiting malls across the country

Opposition must vote to change law
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday said to change the existing legislation governing the implementation of the death penalty in TT, the Opposition must vote for that change.

Will this bizarre case ever be solved?
THE murders of two men found tied together, eyebrows shaved off and faces painted with lipstick outside a bar along Tarouba Road, Marabella last month may never be solved.

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