RATS ON REMAND
Posted: Wednesday, April 19, 2017
RATS ON REMAND
FEARFUL of an outbreak of the deadly leptospirosis disease, prisoners yesterday begged the authorities to deal swiftly and arrest what they say is a serious rat infestation in the nation's penal institutions.
ESCAPE FROM SYRIA
Pharmacist finds refuge in T&T after fleeing homeland
Sinanan 'confident' Govt will find seabridge solution
Disclosure Today seeking answers from Central Bank on Clico
PATT meeting on Galicia replacement
A REPLACEMENT cargo vessel for the MV Super Fast Galicia was the subject of an hours-long meeting of the Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago
Govt won't be blackmailed
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday declared that as Government moves expeditiously to resolve disruptions on the domestic sea bridge, it will not be blackmailed into committing taxpayers to an unfavourable contract
19,000 use air bridge
Busy Tobago Easter weekend for CAL as...
JSCs meet this week
THE Public Accounts Enterprises Committee (PAEC) will examine the audited financial statements of the National Gas Company (NGC) from 2009 to 2015
Much love for MX Prime in Boston
Soca artiste Edghill "MX Prime" Thomas has received a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from Michael Capuano, United States Congressman for the Seventh district, Massachusetts, for his "outstanding contribution to the popularity of the cultural art form of soca music".
Uncertainty over future of styrofoam
Robinson-Regis: About 4 companies make product...
Cut down on roti, white rice and flour
A religious leader called on citizens yesterday to cut down on the consumption of foods like roti, white rice and flour to ensure healthier and longer lives.
Problems with new rules
"IT IS like taking a wheel, removing some of its spokes and expecting the wheel to still roll." This was how one senior legal practitioner described new Criminal Procedure Rules (2016)
WPC murder case: no State attorney yet
Soldier, girlfriend on drug trafficking charges
A SOLDIER and his girlfriend yesterday appeared before a Senior Magistrate in the Port of Spain Courts charged with exporting and trafficking cocaine which was hidden in scented candles.
$.2 million bail for accused in kayak rape case
A 21-year-old Salybia tradesman charged with a sexual offence against a minor was granted $200,000 bail by a Sangre Grande magistrate yesterday.
Body found in P/Town identified
THE DECOMPOSING body of a man found in Princes Town last Wednesday, was yesterday identified as Vishnu Seeraj, a drifter who originally lived in Cedros.
Rambharat: Social media being monitored
As hunters post photos of dead wildlife...
Dad drinking over son's death fined $15,000, loses permit
A Marabella man who said he drank alcohol as a way of coping with the two-year-anniversary of his son's death was fined $15,000 and had his driver's permit taken away yesterday
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