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Posted: Friday, January 27, 2017

A YOUNG man narrowly avoided being raped inside a private-hire taxi on Tuesday evening in Belmont.

Education Ministry: Students missing classes to fish and farm

Garcia: Students who vandalise furniture will be made to pay

Garcia: Too many students have taste for fried chicken

School Feeding to cut sugar, provide local dishes
THE 150,000 school children who access meals from the School Feeding Programme will be getting less sugar and more local foods

Vector control gets new equipment to fight Aedes
$1 million Geographical Information System (GIS) to track the breeding places of the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, and 20 handheld fogging machines to eliminate the breeding sites.

Ministry bracing for new strain of dengue—Deyalsingh

New THA Chief Secretary to hit ground running
Charles targets crime first

Prison officers want Dillon removed

Pan Trinbago describes audit as 'hostile takeover'
A DAY after the announcement by Minister of Community Development and Culture, Dr Nyan Gadsby-Dolly, that a forensic audit into Pan Trinbago will be done after Carnival

Nadine gives up Senate job for THA
TOBAGONIAN Nadine Stewart Phillips has resigned her portfolio as a Government senator to take up the role of Councillor in the Tobago House of Assembly (THA).

Carmona: Democracy alive and well in Tobago
IN congratulating the 12 newly installed Tobago House of Assembly (THA) assemblymen and four councillors at the 10th Inauguration Ceremony of the THA

JSC still meeting
...improper, at this time, to comment on the contents of a letter written by Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, to United States President, Donald Trump, about the US FATCA

Mayor to remove City's homeless
PORT-OF-SPIAN Mayor Joel Martinez feels confident that he would be able to deal with an age old challenge that has been a troubling one for his predecessors over the year

Duke says crime high on agenda
WITH an increase in gun-related crimes on the island within recent times, Opposition members within the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) have placed crime high on the agenda.

Guyanese strangled
INVESTIGATIONS are continuing into the circumstances surrounding the discovery of two naked men lying side by side on a bed in a house in Curepe on Wednesday night.

Murder on the beach
Fisherman Richard “Bunny” Arjoon, 35, whose body was found near a cove along Icacos beach with multiple chop wounds and several fingers sliced off and a slit throat

Two graves for 'Mice Man'
HOURS BEFORE the funeral of suspected drug pusher Kerlan George alias “Mice Man” police discovered that two graves, one at the St Joseph cemetery and another at the Maracas St Joseph cemetery

Skeletal remains found in Couva house
CENTRAL DIVISION police are continuing investigations after skeletal remains were found at a house in Couva on Wednesday night.

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