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National prosecutions structure coming
Posted: Tuesday, December 27, 2016

National prosecutions structure coming
AG rolls out plan for smoother criminal justice system...

FATCA debate rages on, T&T deepens ties with Venezuela
2016 Year in review

Identify 182 suspected of financing terrorism
Islamic group to Govt:

IOCL workers take heat on day 67
Striking Inland Offshore Contractors Limited (IOCL) are alleging that the only explanation they could find for Petrotrin not taking action against IOCL for not fulfilling the demands of their contract is a "massive collusion" between the two companies.

What would happen if T&T blanks FATCA
...and ends up like Belize

Work together to address challenges —Kamla

Deadly fear
Anglican Churches continue to hold Midnight Mass on Christmas and Old Year's in the face of escalating violence in the country.

Too much anger, drugs, guns—RC Archbishop

Nurses getting ready to leave TT
...a shortage of nurses within the health sector and a brain drain that has local nurses seeking employment abroad.

Minister praises doctors for services
125 patients get free surgeries from private medics

Cocoa industry in the dark...and declining

Senator backs small gas stations
He has recommended that the Government either increase the margins or work with the Central Bank in getting commercial banks to give "special treatment" to small gas station operators by reducing the debit and credit card fees they are made to pay.

Air Canada Rouge launches year-round non-stop service between Toronto and Trinidad

Senior Counsel traumatised over firecracker incident
The wife of a Senior Counsel, who is also an attorney yesterday recalled the terror she felt in her heart after hearing three loud explosions early Saturday while jogging around the Queen's Park Savannah

FireONE boss: Stay away from illegal scratch bombs
"There are no safety guidelines, no directions on the boxes on how to use these types of items. We will like to encourage customers to stay away from them because they are very explosive and very dangerous," Abraham explained.

Maraval residents protest construction
A four-storey structure being erected in La Seiva, Maraval has become a major bone of contention between the developers and some residents.

Tigers open presents

Cubans detained, then deported
Concerns are being raised over the treatment meted out to foreigners who are being immediately denied entry into this country by immigration officials at Piarco International Airport.

Suspect in Jenice death released
Now Jenice's dad, Robert Figaro, said he has lost all faith in the system.

Man escapes after shoot-out with cops
Northern Division police are investigating a report in which a group of officers were shot at yesterday morning in La Horquetta.

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