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Dillon: 130 Trinis in terrorism overseas
Posted: Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Hard to keep track of them
Dillon admits 130 T&T nationals joined ISIS

Dillon: 130 Trinis in terrorism overseas

SANTA CRUZ businessman Ricky Ragoonanan:

Businessman held over US$2m found in container
...inside a cargo container shipped to the Point Lisas Port last November.

PM holds national conversations
The first will take place on February 7 at the amphitheatre in the Arouca/Maloney constituency from 7.30 pm.

T&T powerless on US visa bans, says Moses
Trinidad and Tobago recognises the sovereign rights of the United States - or any other country - to grant or deny entry of nationals of other countries into the US

TT seen as 'wajang' society
Chaguanas Chamber President Richie Sookhai says this country's international image as the economic hub of the Caribbean and a place to do business in, is rapidly eroding

Local Muslims hit Trump's ban
AN ISLAMIC organisation, Ummah TT, yesterday stoutly condemned the United States president's temporary ban on immigrants from seven Muslim majority countries

Creation of a 'wild west' scenario
Police assoc on Kamla's call to grant gun permits

All Trinidad union supports call to bear arms

Citizens want SoE, better detection rates
PM's crime statement described as 'weak'

Chambers call for limited SoE

Former national security ministers: Yes to guns, pepper spray
These were the responses of former national security ministers Joseph Toney and Capt Gary Griffith, to Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar's call

Mahabir: Amend MPs pension plan to include senators
INDEPENDENT Senator Dhanayshwar Mahabir has called for an amendment to the Legislative Retirement Allowances Act to allow all senators to benefit from the Members of Parliament pension plan.

Jennifer: No pensions for Senators
LABOUR MINISTER, Jennifer Baptiste-Primus, said non-portfolio Senators do not qualify for the pensions enjoyed by their legislative colleagues

Nine autopsies in less than 4 hours
Ministry: No delays at Forensic Science Centre

Man to hang for Boxing Day murder
11 years after crime

Cameras on city wreckers
PoS Mayor: Motorists can challenge parking tickets

Night-time burial for Celine
CELINE THOMAS, 17, was laid to rest on Monday night at a cemetery in Arima after her family was given special permission to have the body buried after 8 pm.

Soldier arrested with gun, ammo
A MEMBER of the TT Defence Force is in police custody after he and another man were arrested after being found with a quantity of ammunition, a pistol and two extended magazines.

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