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Dumas dies four months after heart surgery
Posted: Monday, May 15, 2017

WATCH: Man gunned down at KFC outlet

Dumas dies four months after heart surgery
Former PNM minister Rennie "Stretch" Dumas died yesterday morning


Ministry probes protest outside Lara stadium
The Ministry of National Security has launched an investigation into protest action by members of the Opposition at the opening of the Brian Lara Cricket Stadium and Academy at Tarouba, south Trinidad, last Friday.

Petrotrin contributes 57 percent of TT's crude oil production

Camille: Sandals plan still on
There's still a resort prospect for Tobago—focusing on medical and retiree community tourism—if Sandals Jamaica does really sell out and cannot do Government's proposed Tobago Sandals plan.

Deyalsingh awaits report before retro-fitting PoS Hospital

Minister: No maternal mortality in 17 months

Venezuelans petition UN in PoS

Dillon: No significant increase in Venezuelans to TT
THERE has been no significant increase in Venezuelans coming to this country during the current civil unrest, reported National Security Minister Edmund Dillon.

EMA condemns slaughter of endangered turtles
THE Environmental Management Authority (EMA) has strongly condemned the recent slaughter of close to two dozen juvenile green turtles at Kilgwyn lagoon, Tobago.

Volney: Government not progressive on issue of marijuana use
FORMER High Court judge Herbert Volney says he does not believe Government has any plans to consider the decriminalisation of marijuana - something which he has espoused for many years.

PTA: Mayaro Govt school a fire hazard
THE Mayaro Government Primary School PTA is advising parents to not put their children in harm's way by sending them to a school which, they believe, is riddled with fire hazards.

Man executed in KFC outlet
Weekend murders take toll to 189

Rape accused acquitted
A Port of Spain jury has acquitted a 27-year old man of raping a 13-year-old girl who eventually gave birth to his child when he was 17 years old.

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