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Posted: Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Minister of Public Administration and Communications Maxie Cuffie reports he will be forwarding suggestions about fireworks to Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi

Cuffie vows to tackle scratch bomb menace
Humans and animals at risk...

Pounds, Canadian, dollars running short at banks too...

AG: Mission to track cops' cases
WITH almost $21 billion spent on the Police Service in the past decade, Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi reports his office will be conducting a fact-finding mission on the performance of police cases.

Young: Govt not in possession of any names
182 nationals suspected to be involved in terrorism...

T&T nationals held in US crackdown
During a five-week operation in March, dubbed "Project Shadow fire," ICE said 1,133 immigrants, including Caribbean nationals, were arrested.

Several mega projects in limbo
2016 Year in review

SOS for Tobago autopsies
A PILE-UP of seven bodies at the Scarborough Mortuary since December 13, with no autopsies performed up to yesterday

Tarouba stadium ready by February
Dogged by controversy...

Life, family, death, shake-up
PRIME MINISTER Dr Keith Rowley got a clean bill of health.

No major crimes for Christmas

Kite in tree leads to man's death
THE BLACK ROCK community in Tobago was thrown into mourning as a Boxing Day kite flying family expedition turned fatal when a 45-year-old Unemployment Relief Programme employee fell to his death.

Slow down on amber
Brother, friends killed in a flash

Pay our rents, NIDCO
PROTESTS by displaced residents affected by the construction of the highway to Point Fortin has stirred up again as Government plans to restart work on the last leg next year.

Bandits rob more fireworks sellers
CITIZENS have been asked to resist buying suspiciously cheap fireworks from unauthorised vendors over the next few days, following robberies at four outlets of FireOne Fireworks

Cops nab speeding driver
A MOTORIST went on a road rampage in south Trinidad on Boxing night when he was pursued by police, hitting several vehicles and forced people

Man gunned down in Carapo
According to reports, 28-year-old Fabian Patrong of Maycock Street, was liming with friends along Simon Street, Carapo, when they were approached by a gunman at about 5.30 pm on Monday.

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