Posted: Thursday, December 29, 2016
FIVE armed bandits, one of whom is a woman, are now on the run from justice after staging an armed robbery at the popular Rhum Runners liquor store in Cunupia
Women, man robbed and left naked on roadside
KNOWING they would be too ashamed to immediately seek help, thus affording an easy getaway, bandits ordered two women and a man to strip naked and stand on the side of the road shortly after robbing them
Rowley reshuffles Cabinet
Review of the major stories on the political beat for 2016
Garcia: Six interested in running Couva hospital
ONLY one local company is interested in operating the Couva Children's Hospital built by the previous administration.
Fuad: Patients need timely health services despite income
No $$ for Carnival 2017
WITH two months to go before the Reign of the Merry Monarch - Carnival Monday - it appears that no money has been set aside for the major culture organisations in the country.
EMA can only deal with noise reports
Steel union meets on ArcelorMittal
$570 million in losses for both commercial and house fires
Deputy Fire Officer Kenny Gopaul says members of the public should not leave flames and small fires unattended
Police stop firework sales
A PARTY of police officers, under the supervision of Acting Superintendent of Police Florence Hodge-Griffith yesterday carried out an exercise along Charlotte Street in Port-of-Spain
Nurses under attack
NURSES continue to be under attack from patients at the nation's hospitals, with no proper form of compensation for their injuries.
Autopsy backlog in Tobago being addressed
Griffith slams 'watering down' of crime policies
...through the disbandment of the Community Comfort Patrol (CCP) - a crime-fighting initiative launched during his tenure as Minister of National Security
Return to fast ferry full service
USERS of the Trinidad and Tobago Inter-island Ferry Service are being reminded that the TT Express and the TT Spirit resumed their full service schedules earlier this month.
Volunteer for nationwide clean-up campaign
Minister to contractors and citizens
Convicted for second DUI offence: Driver disqualified, faces $12,000 fine
A second conviction for a drunk driving offence the court was mandated to disqualify a person from driving for a period of time.
No significance in blessing toys
Priest breaks tradition at Feast of Holy Innocents
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