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Posted: Sunday, February 5, 2017

...Spends over US$1,000 per capita in region with little bang for $b bucks

This is the appeal from The Muslims of Trinidad and Tobago, a group which wants Government's help to provide a safe haven to Syrians currently living in camps in Lebanon and Jordan.

Don't go there
Tariq Mohammed warns Trinis about Middle East:

Tracking terrorists

Cops awaiting instructions over Nadia's murder case

Ramdeen in court
...Senator on radio station denies attendance

Pensioner stabbed to death in robbery gone awry
Aziz Amrit woke up to find two intruders in his bedroom. He did not have time to make it out of bed as they held him down and stabbed him several times about the upper body.

Boy, 15, pensioner, young dad killed

Death penalty can be carried out in T&T
Former legal consultant to AG:

Hikers find missing Central man dead
ACTING board secretary at the National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) Rosalie John was denied entry by security on December 8

Two-year fellowship for gynaecologists help with prevention of cancers

Oncology Centre still plagued with issues
15 years later...

'Unlawful' action against NLCB's John?

Caribbean in the Trump era
AN Egyptian professor of Global Foreign Policy in Washington DC says we should brace for the real possibility that this United States administration would seek to pick off individual Caribbean countries and deal with them one on one.

Arm broken by bully: Tristan's parents to meet with ministry officials

Children rally around Tristan
In a show of camaraderie, children who live in his Mayaro neighbourhood flocked to the home of bullying victim nine-year-old Tristan Khan to keep him company as he recuperates

$2.3M price for arts landmark
THE ICONIC Trinidad Theatre Workshop (TTW) may lose its home of 13 years as the property at 22 Jerningham Avenue, Port of Spain has been put up for sale.

Minister meets with PAVI on subvention
MINISTER of Social Development and Family Services Cherrie-Ann Crichlow-Cockburn has met with the NGO-Persons Associated with Visual Impairment otherwise known as (PAVI)

Chaguanas gets thorough clean-up
Rural Development and Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein has described the Chaguanas leg of the National Clean- Up Campaign as "overwhelming" as over 100 vehicles, took part in the exercise

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