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Posted: Friday, March 24, 2017

SEMI-NUDE with a black plastic bag over her head, lying face-down in some bushes.

Businesswoman stabbed to death in La Romaine
A La Romaine businesswoman who was laughing and talking with neighbours up to late Wednesday was discovered dead at her home yesterday morning, her body bearing several stab wounds.

Businesswoman found stabbed to death

Imbert outlines plans to split HSF
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday said, "I don't think TT has the capacity to spend $63 billion per year, efficiently, wisely and without any misappropriation of funds."

Imbert: Fund drawdown was to protect T&T economy
He said in previous years when Government was running on a deficit, money deposited into the fund was borrowed, which made no sense.

Govt will implement TT's laws
WHILE Government respects the different views of outgoing Roman Catholic Archbishop Joseph Harris and other citizens on the death penalty

TT/Venezuela gas deal Charles accuses govt of lethargy
NAPARIMA MP Rodney Charles in a statement yesterday accused the Government of lethargy in finalising a deal with Venezuela for TT to access its 2.7 trillion cubic feet (tcf) share of natural gas that the cross-border Loran/Manatee field.

Paray wants bullying task-force
MAYARO MP Rushton Paray extended his deepest condolences to the family of pupil Jesse Beephan found dead behind his school, Waterloo Secondary School

'Not enough security'
The brutal murder of schoolboy Jesse Beephan, and the discovery of his body near the Waterloo Secondary School, has angered the mother of another teenager who was fatally stabbed in a fight on the school compound four years ago.

Unease at Waterloo school

Father of murdered schoolboy confident that killer/s will be found

Shamfa: TDC discussions ongoing
TOURISM Minister Shamfa Cudjoe said on Wednesday, discussions are ongoing between her ministry and the Communications Workers Union (CWU) regarding plans to dissolve the Tourism Development Company (TDC).

TT, China strengthen ties
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has underscored the commitment of this country to deepen bilateral ties with the People's Republic of China.

Sinanan: Major projects starting soon
...which are expected to jumpstart the economy.

Govt on lookout for 'bad food'
PLANNING Minister Camille Robinson-Regis yesterday gave the assurance that Government will act swiftly once it gets reports about any tainted food or medical items, either entering or already in TT.

Health Ministry: Get rid of your corned beef from Brazil

SWMCOL to begin recycling
THE Solid Waste Management Company (SWMCOL) has been mandated by Cabinet to undertake the functions of a Waste Recycling Authority as Government moves to ease landfill burdens and modernise local waste disposal

Moonilal calls HDC eviction heartless
FORMER Housing minister Dr. Roodal Moonilal has described Monday's eviction of 25 families from a condemned Housing Development Corporation (HDC) apartment complex in Harmony Hall Gasparillo as an act of heartlessness.

Two men shot dead in Belmont and Chaguanas
FAMILY members and police are trying to ascertain what may have led to the shooting death of a 31-year old Belmont man who was killed while waiting to get a haircut.

Ramsingh Sharma singer says he paid $3,000 for song
JOINT Chutney Soca monarch Omardath Maraj yesterday replied to composer/writer Lewis Rowans' pre-action letter saying that he has already paid him $3,000 for his rights to the winning song Ramsingh Sharma.

'Citizens can have their views, but death penalty coming'
Government will continue to work on reviving the death penalty, Minister in the Office of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young said yesterday of calls from some quarters to reconsider bringing back capital punishment.

Two killers lose at Privy Council
TWO CONVICTED killers who sought freedom from serving lengthy prison sentences on the basis they had low IQs and ought not to have been sentenced to be hanged

Acting CoP: Hot spots starting to get cold

Change in UK visa application
THE BRITISH High Commission has announced that the application process for submission of biometrics for the United Kingdom (UKVI) visa will change in Trinidad from April 1, 2017.

Police set up fund for murdered PC Joseph's daughter
POLICE officers who are due to receive the second half of their back pay, as promised by government at the end of the month

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