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Posted: Wednesday, April 26, 2017

While protests spread, senators argue over shortage

Dry season taking a toll: supply schedule soon, says WASA

Hinds promises water relief
PUBLIC Utilities Minister Fitzgerald Hinds:

PRINCES Town MP Barry Padarath yesterday warned that as many as 15,000 lives could be at risk at a star-studded T20 match on May 13, to formally open the billion-dollar Brian Lara Stadium in Tarouba.

Public anxious
Opposition slams Govt's rush on property tax

Chamber wants clarity on property tax
...and questioned whether measures are being put in place for pensioners and the most vulnerable in society.

Judge: Thema's case of national importance
TT GYMNAST Thema Williams has scored her first victory in challenging the local Gymnastics Federation's (TTGF) decision to pull her out of an Olympic Test event

Blunder after blunder in $60m fraud
First Citizens CEO: Appropriate action taken, but...

Replacement barge's maiden voyage today
THE Trinity Transporter, a barge which replaces the MV Super Fast Galicia, is expected to make its maiden voyage to Tobago today

DNA bank, a game changer
THE establishment of a DNA bank in this country will be a 'game changer' in improving the low crime detection rate which currently stands at 17 to 18 percent, said National Security Minister Edmund Dillon

25 killers can still hang
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi yesterday said 25 of the 37 people currently incarcerated on Death Row can still hang.

300 barrels of oil washed into river
Clean up operations stretch to Gulf

Teen pregnancies, child abuse rising in Tobago

Charged for bullet pendant
A CLAXTON BAY man who was seen sporting a necklace with a bullet as a pendant was yesterday ordered by a magistrate to pay a fine of $1,000.

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