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Missing woman's body found close to home
Posted: Thursday, March 23, 2017

Missing woman's body found close to home
The body of missing 23-year-old Sharlene Somai has been found, just a short distance away from her Petersfield, Chaguanas home.

Missing teen's head bashed in behind school
Cops to quiz classmates

PM's statements irresponsible, says Tewarie
Noting the Prime Minister "even used the word 'traitor'" with regard to the Opposition's stance on the Trinidad and Tobago-Venezuela natural gas initiative while speaking at a public meeting in San Fernando on Tuesday night

Fire for Garcia over 11-year-old school bully
"...the minister is making us look like liars. He needs to hear and listen to us. We want to tell him what has been happening at the school. The minister said he is not going to any school to out any fire...well, we will light fire until he comes."

300 teachers persistently late
OVER 300 teachers have been identified for disciplinary action by the Teaching Service Commission (TSC) for persistent unpunctuality and irregularity at schools

New Education Act needed
...the current Act "does not even cover early childhood education" and has many gaps.

AG: PP wasted $40B to fight crime

'Hanging won't stop drugs or murders'
ROMAN Catholic Archbishop Joseph Harris spoke out against the reinstatement of the death penalty in a Facebook Live interview with CNC3, broadcast by the Archdiocese of Port of Spain

Illegal occupiers not residents
Housing Minister corrects Moonilal:

...'Don't eat, buy it'
...the issue was more than rotten meat and involved several issues, including use of products unfit for human consumption, use of expired products, adulteration, use of cardboard, flour and other products as fillers and certification through bribery.

Supermarkets heed call to rid Brazilian meats

Suppliers face $M hit
...costliest ever exercise in the history of this country.

Cuffie to film censor board: Not about banning films
THE LAST film banned in Trinidad and Tobago was 1988 drama film The Last Temptation of Christ, and Minister of Public Administration and Communication Maxie Cuffie informed the newly appointed Board of Film Censors

MPs saddened by UK terror attack
...four people died and 20 were injured

Police destroy $13 million in marijuana

EMA under fire at environment consultation
The auditorium of City Hall in Port-of-Spain was nearly filled Tuesday evening with people who came out for the Environmental Management Authority's (EMA) public consultation on its First Draft Revised National Environment Policy.

Missing woman found
A 36-YEAR-OLD Malabar woman who was abducted on Sunday by a man and woman was found in a dazed state wandering along the beach near the Manzanilla Beach Resort yesterday.

Central mom missing
Chaguanas mother of one Sharlene Somai told relatives she was leaving home to buy a phonecard at a nearby parlour on Tuesday and has not been seen since.

Car thieves moving from Tiida to Hilux—cops
Car thieves are beginning to move away from Nissan vehicles— primarily Tiidas and B series cars—and are stealing more Toyota Hilux pick ups.

Tamarind Square to remain open for now
...a lawsuit brought against the corporation by a homeless man who is challenging a decision to lock him and other homeless people out of Tamarind Square at nights.

Woman, 19, raped
A 19-YEAR-OLD woman who sought treatment from a chiropractor was instead overpowered and raped on Monday night.

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