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$106m owed
Posted: Friday, April 21, 2017

$106m owed
3,155 delinquent tenants giving HDC headache

HDC owed $100M by tenants

79% in arrears

A POLICEMAN who refused to purchase doubles for a prisoner at the cell-block of the San Fernando Magistrates Court, was attacked with a metal object and stabbed above his left eye.

No audited HDC accounts since 2006
THE Housing Development Corporation (HDC) has failed to submit any audited annual accounts to Parliament since 2006

Vessel more than adequate
Barge owner promises good service

COP tells Imbert: Give proper info on property tax
THE Congress of the People (COP) is reiterating its call to Finance Minister Colm Imbert to provide full, clear and unambiguous information on the property tax and how it operates

Rotary club helps Shannen
ARTHUR Luke and Michelle Kallie-Luke yesterday came closer to their goal of raising more than $700,000 to pay for a bone marrow transplant for their three-year-old daughter Shannen, after receiving a cheque for $200,000 from the Rotary Club of Chaguanas.

Bermudez appointed UWI Chancellor
EDUCATION Minister Anthony Garcia, in announcing that businessman Robert Bermudez is the next University of the West Indies (UWI) Chancellor, yesterday declared, "I must say it is very significant because there must be a paradigm shift."

The UWI picks T&T's Bermudez as next chancellor

TTUTA says, 'no way'
THE Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) is opposed to the National Primary Schools Principals Association's (NPSPA) proposal to reduce the one-hour lunch break in primary schools by 30 minutes

Garcia: No decision taken yet reduce the one-hour lunch break in primary schools, by half an hour.

Ramdeen files request for information
ATTORNEY Gerald Ramdeen has filed a request under the Freedom of Information Act questioning the process used by the Judicial and Legal Service Commission to appoint judges to the High Court.

'Ground-breaking' CCTV project in the works for PoS hospital

Ramdial: PNM trying to shut down agriculture
COUVA NORTH MP Ramona Ramdial said yesterday the Prime Minister and Ministers of Agriculture are making decisions that are leading our country deep down the rabbit hole following Wednesday's closure of Caroni Green.

Pleasant surprise in Enterprise
Flowers and snacks for commuters at 'hot spot'

Imams: Is this for peace or for show?
TWO Enterprise Imams yesterday questioned the motives behind a "peace initiative" in their community organised by leader of the Islamic Front Imam Umar Abdullah in which water and flowers were distributed to passers-by

Krysis: Police turning community against me
ABDUL "KRYSIS" Wakeel yesterday said since his encounter with National Security Minister Edmund Dillon and ACP Wayne Dick was captured on video and went viral on social media

Crawford dead since October
Trini ISIS fighter hit in US drone strike

Salina was 'hiding in some bushes'
SALINA Sanchez, the 16-year-old girl who was reported missing by her mother on Tuesday

Woman tells cops: I am not missing
A 22-YEAR-OLD Chaguanas woman who was reported missing by her mother on the fifth of this month, contacted the Chaguanas police and indicated she is not missing but rather fled her home.

Off-duty cop shoots homeless man
A HOMELESS man was warded in critical condition last evening after being shot by an off-duty policeman yesterday.

State counter's claim of alcohol not being a dangerous substance
THE State submitted to a magistrate yesterday that the court should interpret giving a child alcohol to drink, as an act of administering a dangerous substance

Savannah artist's work dumped by city cops

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