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Posted: Monday, February 6, 2017

Woman 'killed in domestic dispute' in vicinity of restaurant where she worked

Several discrepancies with payments to suppliers.

Local Muslims: AG threading on dangerous ground proposing to amend the Anti-Terrorism Act which would restrict the movement of local Muslims.

'AG moving like Trump'
Muslims plan to challenge legislation

Imam: Don't Go to the US, TT a much nicer place

PM's national conversations begin today

Why no action on CLICO?
Disclosure Today writes Central Bank:

Transport Commissioner summoned to meeting the authority's new offices in Caroni to discuss strategies for improving the way the public is served.

Minister to PTSC: Improve your service

Beware of phishing scam
THE Finance Ministry has alerted the public to be vigilant about a phishing scam on social media which asks them to email personal financial information to

AG: Uber lessons for PH cars?
GLOBAL transport firm, Uber, could have lessons for the evolution of TT's system of unlicenced PH taxis in light of concerns about safety

Dr Tim: Govt hurting special needs schools

School for the Blind shut down in protest

Queen Victoria tops Couva calypso prelims
FORMER Couva senior calypso monarch, Victoria Cooper-Rahim, singing under the regal sobriquet of Queen Victoria, made it clear that she will be a strong contender to regain the crown

New dates for the opening of Panorama score sheets

Eyesore and stench at Maracas Bay

Cement wars brewing
A cement war is brewing between Trinidad Cement Ltd (TCL) and Barbados-based Rock Hard Cement.

Carpha On Cancer
The large number of deaths from breast and cervical cancer in the Caribbean is very alarming, since cervical cancer is largely preventable, and breast cancer can be detected early and treated successfully

Pepper spray petition gets support

Woman beaten, raped
A 36-year-old Tobago man is now in police custody after allegedly beating and raping a 31-year-old woman with whom he previously shared a relationship.

Ex-con wanted for US national's murder
A prisoner who was recently released from prison is being sought in connection with the murder of 73 year-old United States citizen Cynthia Matthews.

Steven was killed like an animal
STEVEN Cameron Valmiki Boodoo was possibly killed for his possessions, his grieving grandmother said yesterday.

Tobago fisherman missing at sea
A fisherman remains missing at sea following a fishing expedition on Saturday.

Two SRPs facing dismissal
TWO special reserve police (SRP) constables, who were detained in a sting operation in the Diego Martin area two Fridays ago on alleged bribery allegations, face being dismissed from their jobs.

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