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Posted: Wednesday, January 25, 2017

IF WATSON DUKE is to be believed, it will no longer be business as usual in the Tobago House of Assembly (THA).

Ghany: Shake-up in Tobago politics
A NEW political force has emerged in Tobago with the Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) grabbing two seats in Monday's THA Election

...Political analysts divided
...on whether Watson Duke's two-seat win at the THA elections was a blow to the ruling People's National Movement (PNM).

Pathologist: murdered woman's throat slit from ear to ear, with the wound extending to the back of her neck

Doctor: 'Macco' society must help women in trouble

Increased security for VIPs
SECURITY has been increased around President Anthony Carmona, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, Chief Justice Ivor Archie and Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar.

Uber told they're breaking TT's laws
UBER may have been ill-advised about this country's laws regarding cars for hire prior to its January 16 launch, says Works and Transport Minister, Rohan Sinanan.

Uber warned PH drivers could be charged

Fiery protest for new Penal school
STUDENTS of St. Dominic's RC School in Penal joined their parents in a fiery protest in front of the school building located at Oliverie Drive yesterday morning to demand a new school.

BIGWU given all clear to represent RBC workers
FIVE years after BIGWU first applied to become the recognised union for local employees of the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)

COSTAATT dental therapy students want to graduate
STUDENTS enrolled at COSTAATT since 2011 are calling on the head of the Department of Health Science Technologies to provide their practicum in order for them to graduate.

Artistes losing $$
Copyright Collection Organisation claims COTT monopoly....

Angelo regains consciousness
Even in the face of death, T&T's adored historian and author Angelo Bissessarsingh is continuing to show exemplary courage having regained consciousness for a brief spell on Monday night.

Gang leader nabbed for murders
A LAS CUEVAS man, described by police as a gang leader, is now in custody assisting police in their investigation into the murders last week of reputed drug lord Kurland 'Mice Man' George and his friend Shameel Ali

Judge orders Guyanese sailors to sell Nigerian ship
... have been living on a Nigerian ship in the Gulf of Paria for the past three years with little food and recover their wages amounting to approximately $10 million.

Jamaican stabbed
MURDER victim number 43 for this month in this country is a foreign nation.

Mentally ill woman kills man
FAMILY members of a mentally ill woman are pleading with police to be lenient with her, after she stabbed her 74-year-old relative Stephen Marshall, to death.

Body found floating could be lawyer's son
Clue in the clothes...

'Trust no one'
Woman escapes 'PH' abductors

'You can't trust anyone'
DONNIKA BLAIDE, 33, of Kiskadee Crescent, Bon Air Gardens had a near brush with kidnappers while travelling to her home.

Three cops hauled before court for contempt
ATTORNEYS representing a Morvant man who was arrested and released by police without being charged have been given the go-ahead to bring contempt proceedings against three police officers

Grieving mother: I have a raw pain in my belly
AN autopsy carried out yesterday at the Forensic Science Center, St James revealed that murder victim, Christine Joseph, 21, died as a result of one stab wound to her throat

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