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Hot spell continues: 'stay hydrated, avoid sunburn'
Posted: Thursday, April 27, 2017

Hot spell continues: 'stay hydrated, avoid sunburn'

A JUDGE presiding over a lawsuit filed against the Housing Development Corporation (HDC), heard yesterday, that a former HDC project manager demanded a house for his daughter, land and $.5M from the corporation, in return for assistance in legal matters.

Ministry owes EMBD $2B
AGRICULTURE Minister Clarence Rambharat says his ministry owes $2 billion to the Estate Management and Business Development Company (EMBD).

Moody's downgrades T&T
'Junk' status

$200,000 to keep the peace in Enterprise
IT COSTS taxpayers

Attorneys claim Property Tax Act unconstitutional
ATTORNEYS at a meeting hosted by St Augustine MP Prakash Ramadhar are of the view that the implementation of the Property Tax Act is unconstitutional.

No reasons from magistrate who convicted Machel and Kernal
In January, Busby was granted leave by Justices of Appeal Alice Yorke-Soo Hon and Mark Mohammed to obtain Maureen Baboolal-Gafoor's reasons for convicting Montano and Roberts on December 10, 2012.

Cops seize cops' phones
THE cellular phones of eight police officers, from Constable to Executive rank, have been seized by Professional Standards Bureau officers investigating the leak of a confidential memo

Moruga gets water after protest
RESIDENTS of Penal Rock Road in Moruga got temporary relief yesterday as water flowed through a pipeline allowing them to full up barrels and other containers for domestic use.

Prison officers fear riots over dry taps
PRISON officers are fearing riots by prisoners who are growing more and more agitated as an acute water shortage at both the Maximum Security Prison in Arouca and the Carerra Island Prison

Did Petrotrin know?
Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) is now questioning whether Petrotrin management and workers knew that Tank No 70 at its Pointe-a-Pierre refinery was in need of repair.

Decline in fish sales after oil spill

SASC: Hard to probe staff at children's homes
IT IS difficult to investigate and discipline workers at children's homes who are suspected of misconduct

Son finds mom hanging
A 41-YEAR-OLD Valencia housewife was found hanging from a rafter in the living room of her home, by her 19-year-old son on Tuesday afternoon.

Prisoners angry over cases being adjourned
...and possibly having to be restarted after the elevation of former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar as a judge in the High Court.

Judge won't recuse himself
JUSTICE Frank Seepersad is not recusing himself in a libel case brought against former Government minister and FIFA vice president Jack Warner's Sunshine Newspaper.

US casino convict: I came back to T&T legally

Narcotics, guns, ammo found
POLICE seized a quantity of marijuana, two guns and ammunition yesterday during a search of the Las Cuevas Fishing Depot.

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