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Posted: Tuesday, April 4, 2017

CHIEF Executive Officer of the Eastern Credit Union, Conrad Enill, yesterday predicted an increase in divorces as the recession deepens

Bloodshed in the city
BLOOD flowed yesterday in the nation's capital as three murders were committed within a ten-hour period, sending the murder toll for this year to 134.

Two brothers killed in car
Residents of St Rose and Belgrade Streets in Laventille yesterday lamented how their serene neighbourhood had been shattered by a double murder, after two men were killed in a vehicle parked in the area.

$14M in ganja up in smoke
OVER $14 million worth of marijuana was destroyed by police during an eradication exercise in St Joseph on the weekend.

Krysis wants deal before giving info
The Unruly Isis member won't come forward with information about issues in Enterprise, Chaguanas, unless proper arrangements are made to receive it and the State agrees not to engage in intimidation, coercion or prosecution, says Islamic front leader Umar Abdullah.

Enterprise residents get some fresh air

Miracle baby
Dad helps wife deliver after just two pushes

Manning-era HDC houses vacant, and vandalised
...renovations underway

It's hypocritical
TTUTA on suspension of Mayaro school principal:

Gulf fish unsafe to eat
Environmental group Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) is calling for a "state of emergency" on the Gulf of Paria fisheries, as it maintains that fish from the Gulf is unsafe to eat.

Franklin points to bright energy future
Minister back on job after heart surgery

Des Vignes sworn in
Justice Andre Des Vignes was sworn in as a Justice of the Court of Appeal by President Anthony Carmona at his St Ann's office yesterday.

St James Hospital refused to help him
THE family of a man who was shot during a drive-by shooting in St James on Saturday night yesterday blamed the St James District Hospital for ignoring their pleas for help because a shift change was in process at the time.

Family still waits for justice
FIVE years have passed and no one has been arrested for the brutal murder of pensioner Indra Gangabissoon, 76, who along with her husband Sugrim, 93, were savagely beaten at their Freeport home.

Jail for 'sick child' fraudsters
THREE members of a family who collected money from kind- hearted citizens by pretending they had a sick child have been arrested, prosecuted and two of them jailed.

Cops seize guns, ammo in weekend raids
Two more firearms have been removed from the streets following police exercises this weekend.

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