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Posted: Tuesday, March 14, 2017

A $25,000 reward is being offered by Crime Stoppers for information on the whereabouts of missing 22-year-old police constable Nyasha Joseph who has not been seen since Thursday last.

Boy,15, charged for J'Ouvert murder
...of retired soldier, Calvert James

Credit card fraud: Caribbean Airlines losing $3.2m a year

CAL paying US$270,000 monthly for discontinued London route
In total, CAL would have paid approximately US$5,130,000 for two Boeing 767 aircrafts from last January to August.

US$270,000 monthly bill
The committee also heard that CAL experiences some US$40,000 in credit card fraud per month where fraudsters used other people's information to make bookings on CAL's website.

CAL workers underpaid and unhappy
A SURVEY conducted by Caribbean Airlines (CAL) last February revealed that 67 percent of its workers do not believe the State-owned airline can return to profitability.

My workload was too much
Sahadeo admits problems with old PATT board

Bankers Association calls for mutual respect what it said was a continuing debate over the fees and service charges imposed on customers by their banks.

Social media has ruined my life
A 33-YEAR-OLD Siparia hairdresser is seeking to clear her name after her photograph went viral as the person held for the recent murder of Siparia real estate agent Sylvestine "Baby" Bertrand, 87, and her daughter Kathy Ann, 51.

Agri minister clears air on J'Ouvert portrayal
"I am not involved in the investigation of the expenditure at the President's House. I am a member of the PAAC which, among other things, reviews the public sector use of budgetary allocations..."

Roget to Govt: Rescind this 'cavalier' decision
Trade unionist Ancel Roget has said the Government's decision to dissolve the Tourism Development Company (TDC) "is yet another example of the Government doing what they want in the most cavalier manner".

Shooting victim fined $15,000 for loaded gun
A construction worker who got a gun to protect himself after the police failed to arrest the people who shot at him last year was slapped with a $15,000 fine yesterday.

Americans warned of Trini crime hotspots
US State Dept releases report

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