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Posted: Tuesday, May 23, 2017

IT SEEMS that even in retirement, crime fighting is still in Cecil Santana's blood.

Govt loses in court...again
A MAJOR blow was dealt to government's property tax collection drive as a judge's temporary stay on the enforcement and implementation of the Valuation Return Form (Property Tax Form), has been extended to June 6.

Homeowners turned away at valuation offices
The Ministry of Finance has suspended the process and is not accepting forms.

T&T Express breaks down
Angry passengers in stand-off as

Port Chaos: Passengers refusing to leave disabled ferry
...Watson Duke blames PNM

Turn back on way to Tobago: More ferry problems

Preserve Brigo's legacy for all
Son conducts father's funeral

Khan: Petrotrin underperformance can't continue
...who suggested the solution lies in adopting a "cash for equity model", a possible byword for divestment/ privatisation.

Water disruption at desal plant...again
REPAIRS to a ruptured 48 inch pipeline at the Desalcott, owned and operated by Point Lisas Desalination Plant, are on schedule

Duprey says he doesn't owe John $5.1M
FORMER CL Financial chairman Lawrence Duprey will be allowed to change his defence in which he is now denying that he owes his former friend Carlos John for unpaid loans

Land-based pollution an ongoing problem
LAND-based pollution of this country's coastal waters continues to be an an ongoing and pervasive problem.

T&T 88th on list of healthiest countries

Battle for land in Point Lisas
Amidst allegations of land grabbing, neglect...

DUI Task Force spread across T&T

Boy fractures skull
...after fall over school railing

Man killed after night out drinking
The body of the murder victim dumped at one of the country's tourist attractions on Saturday has been identified as Guyanese national Conrad Gittens.

Home officials to be questioned
OFFICIALS working at the St Dominic's Home in Belmont are to be questioned by police in connection with the escape of four teenagers from the home last Wednesday.

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