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Posted: Tuesday, May 30, 2017

BP discovers two trillion cubic feet in two wells...

AFTER his getaway car crashed not too far from the grocery he had just robbed, a bandit tried to escape capture by stripping down to his boxer shorts and raking leaves in a homeowner's yard.

Rowley meets Chilean President
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday met Chilean President Michelle Bachelet on the first of his two day State visit to Chile.

Don't blame us: Ferry manager refutes PM's claims

Life Fund corruption probe completed

PM: A time to reflect
INDIAN Arrival Day, is an opportunity for all of us, says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, to reflect on our history as a nation and in determine how we may all continue to positively impact our future.

Kamla: Be inspired by ancestors
ACCUSING the country's leaders of abdicating their responsibility to govern, Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar in her Indian Arrival Day message urged the population to be inspired by their ancestors

Carmona: Panchayat can solve disputes
President Anthony Carmona has appealed to citizens to follow the indentureship system of panchayat to bring about amicable redress in society.

NIDCO audit completed...trimming of the fat soon

Govt set to close GISL
60 workers face uncertain future

119 OJT admins sacked

Education Ministry wants report on EFCL dismissals

On trial for murder of ex-wife and her new love
...jointly charged

Fishermen on $.5m bail for cocaine charge

Absent teachers caught on Facebook
Ali said some teachers had been found to be out of the country during term time, by way of people seeing their posts on social media such as Facebook.

Indian Expo booted out
No approval to conduct business in Macoya

Ex-fireman shot in face
With no idea why he was shot and no word yet from doctors on his condition, relatives of retired Fire Station Officer (FSO) Robin Sookdeo are today praying for a miracle.

More protests in Morvant for jobs

St Mary's Home worker attacked
A welfare officer at the St Mary's Home in Tacarigua has been beaten by a resident of the home.

Enter the 'Merciless gang'
NORTH Eastern Division police say they are taking immediate action after Prizgar Road, San Juan residents complained of the emergence of a new criminal gang calling itself the Merciless Gang

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