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Harvey: Rowley right, look for a good man
Posted: Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Harvey: Rowley right, look for a good man
Funeral for MovieTowne murder victim:

Watch out for yourselves
Harvey tells women PM's comment wasn't wrong

PM: Enough laws to deal with domestic violence
Responding to a question from Couva North MP Ramona Ramdial during the Prime Minister's question time in Parliament on what critical pieces of legislation he intended to introduce to address the "exponential growth" in domestic violence

Rowley refuses activists' symbolic rose

Imbert: We must comply
Trump govt not changing FATCA stance

Indarsingh defends '25,000 job loss' figure
"Well it's a combination of Central Bank reports, as well as my own research and analysis. The Central Bank has stated in a quarterly report that more than 8,000 persons have lost their jobs..."

9,550 additional jobs created
Responding to a question in the House of Representatives from Naparima MP Rodney Charles, Imbert identified construction as one of the sectors where there were additional jobs between September 2015 and April 2016

Despers, All Stars in tight race to Panorama finals

PM praises Calypso Queen on title
Praising the legendary Calypso Rose for always delivering high quality music...

NCF against use of Bollywood tunes
THE National Chutney Foundation (NCF) believes most of the Chutney Soca Monarch singers who competed last Friday in the Chutney Soca Monarch finals, either copied or remixed Bollywood songs

New housing starts in 2017
"We expect to have about 2,500 housing starts this calendar year."

Ford looks to the future
ASHTON Ford says his decision to resign as general secretary of the ruling People's National Movement (PNM) was based on a belief that now was the time for succession planning.

CJ: Judge wrong to order CL disclosure
A HIGH Court judge who ordered the disclosure of all transactions relating to a 'clandestine fire sale' of shares of CL Financial (CLF) and Colonial Life Insurance Company (Clico)

More cold case cops
NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon identified the strengthening of the Cold Case Unit of the Police Service amongst several initiatives being pursued to deal with crime in TT .

Security guard in court for murder
Fatal shooting outside supermarket

Two held for gang rape
After being beaten, robbed and gang raped by three men posing as a taxi driver and passengers, a San Fernando cashier was left to crawl out of the bushes in Debe.

Cops search for missing teens
Police are seeking the public's assistance in locating two teenagers who went missing from their Santa Cruz home on February 4

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