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'Rebirth' of Duprey
Posted: Sunday, January 15, 2017

'Rebirth' of Duprey
Divestment plan for Govt to exit CL Financial in 5 months, giving ex-chairman possible control...

What did they do to Rachael?
A father's worst nightmare came true on Friday when he learnt, via social media, of the gruesome discovery of his daughter's body in a bushy area in San Raphael

Schoolgirl murder disrupts peace in San Raphael

Wage increase, low productivity can cause TT dollar to slide

What's at stake in Tobago battle

Woman power in THA race
Of the 39 candidates contesting the election on January 23rd, 14 are women.

Charles: Internal self-governance for Tobago
Kelvin Charles is one of four political leaders vying to become Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA).

Hindu women's group wants 18 as legal age for marriage
... with provisions for 16 to 18-year-olds under strict checks and balances.

Rhoda takes on Carmona
...from her armchair at home

Licensing head office moves to Caroni in February
AG tweaking Motor Vehicle Authority Act...

Doodnath: I'm Independent
Long-serving United National Congress (UNC) councillor Leo Doodnath, overlooked for another term as chairman of the Siparia Regional Corporation (SRC), has declared himself as an "independent" member

Roget scoffs at hint of Petrotrin privatisation
OWTU president general Ancel Roget made it clear yesterday the union would not support any attempt at privatisation as an answer to addressing the company's massive debt.

Hinds: Groups gaining $$ off poverty in Laventille
Hinds said the groups managed to gain "material benefits" both locally and internationally on behalf of the "downtrodden" of Laventille, but those benefits do not trickle down to those who actually need it.

4.1 quake shakes TT

Questions over electrocution death
THE electrocution death of 53-year-old Stanley Thomas at a jobsite in La Romaine has raised questions about safety measures and building regulations.

National clean-up campaign kicks off in Diego Martin

CEPEP workers find gun
MEMBERS of the Community-Based Environmental Protection and Enhancement Programme (CEPEP) participating in a National Clean Up campaign in Diego Martin

Salt water floods Cedros streets
The failure to complete repairs to a flood-gate along the main drain leading to the sea at Bonasse Village in Cedros has been blamed for several roads being under water over the past few days.

Customs swoops down on the Avenue

De Nu Pub: No alcohol, only soft drinks...for now
De Nu Pub was one of several establishments visited by customs officials on Friday night along the popular liming spot of Ariapita Avenue, Woodbrook.

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