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Posted: Friday, May 12, 2017

PRIME MINISTER Dr Keith Rowley yesterday skipped debate on the mid-year Budget review in Parliament, journeying instead to Maper Farm in Biche where he inspected over a million tree saplings.

Mini-mart murder was a 'hit'
POLICE investigating the murder of Arouca businessman Laraon Alexander, 26, believe his death was ordered by someone with whom he had fallen out.

Killed for refusing to make up
MAYARO mother of five Toolsie "Tara" Ramdeen, 47, was murdered on Wednesday after she refused to reconcile with her 73-year-old companion, Andrew Vasquez.

PM receives updates on Shell/TT deals

Petrotrin saddled with massive debt
PETROTRIN president Fitzroy Harewood has admitted the stateowned oil company is facing a huge debt "bullet" in 2019

New AmCham TT president advises on forex allocations
NEWLY-ELECTED president of the American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago (AmCham TT), Mitchell De Silva, is advising Government take a cautious approach when giving trade and manufacturing companies preferential access

Cancel the stadium opening, urges Opposition MP

Garcia insists No special treatment for contractor
EDUCATION Minister Anthony Garcia yesterday said there is no truth to media reports alleging preferential treatment meted out to an Education Facilities Company Limited (EFCL) contractor

Chairman: Put off Property Tax for 3 years

First Peoples get holiday

Seabridge woes 300 passengers stranded for 10 hours
300 passengers, among them pensioners, were left waiting for ten hours yesterday at the port in Port-of-Spain before they could board the TT Express for Tobago.

Sinanan: Priority for Tobago food

Ministry to change
Government will be removing ineffective CDAP drugs - such as for diabetes and hypertension - since anecdotal complaints about such drugs have proven to be fact

Claims TT oil affecting Venezuela beaches

CIC students suspended
ALL St Mary's College students involved in the savage beating of a fellow student as part of a "birthday session" ritual, have been suspended.

Hijab block
Woman 'abused' at MTS job interview

Couple may not return to Trinidad
...following a violent robbery at their home on Tuesday morning.

Suspended cop held after fatal shooting
A POLICEMAN with close to 20 years service and who is on suspension after being charged with driving under the influence, was detained by Tunapuna police yesterday after he shot dead a 24-year-old relative.

No bail for woman who pretended to be cop

Court mercy for hungry Venezuelan
Unable to get food to feed his three children as his country remains in turmoil, a Venezualan man sneaked into the country on a boat to buy food, but was caught and charged for entering the country illegally

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