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Carnival City eyed for site
Posted: Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Carnival City eyed for site
Mas Camp Pub, Ma Pau fire

Fire was not deliberate

EMA: No CEC granted for such project
Environmental Management Authority (EMA) says the authority has not granted a Certificate of Environmental Clearance (CEC) to undertake a multi-million dollar Carnival City development

Mt Hope alone serving T&T
PoS, Grande, Sando CT scanners down

Teachers protest at Garcia's doorstep
Union seeks solution to Ste Madeleine dispute

...Early childhood teachers protest too for raises
President of the Early Childhood Teachers Trade Union (ECTTU) Jamile Sydney said teachers need to be paid better salaries, retirees need to get their gratuity after 12 years and the teachers need better working conditions.

May 2nd trial date for Insp Alexander
Three police officers are scheduled to go on trial on May 2 for two unrelated crimes.

Williams: Hotspots are growing cold

Ex-AG on crime: Buck stops with Govt
Former attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj didn't call any names yesterday but he was clearly taking issue with the approach of the Government and the Prime Minister in dealing with crime.

'Will power needed for death penalty'
Ramesh hands over dossier to Govt

Workers' rights enshrined in law
JTUM on fresh claims Industrial Court is anti-employer:

Russia: Witnesses a terrorist group
...Followers in T&T urged to write letters

UNC wants army probe on children with guns public

Jesse's family wants justice
It is still a mystery to the family of Jesse Beephan as to why he was killed, beaten violently and left for dead last week behind the Waterloo Secondary School which he attended.

3 witnesses absent, man freed of murder
Treville Phillips went on trial almost three weeks ago charged with murdering Jason Marine on June 6, 2006, at a place called "The Greens" in Mayaro.

Prima facie case made out against Abu Bakr
...he can call witnesses or testify

Rescued iguanas die before court case
...but the trial will go on

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