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Posted: Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Leader of Govt business responds to Padarath's accusation in Parliament

Kamla: No walkout during flood debate

$1.5B spent on UTT Tamana
This money was spent on goods, services, infrastructure (including roads, drains, fences and utilities), building construction (including foundation and steel structures), furniture and consultancy.

Fuad blames 'nasty people' for blocking drains, rivers
"The flash-flooding and flooding in this country is your fault," he said. "It's not God's fault. It's not the Government's fault. It's not the Opposition's fault. It's your fault."

Flooded out twice in a week
Williamsville residents appeal for help

Rubbish piles up in Williamsville
River clogged, debris along streets

TT still cleaning after Bad Bret
It has been one week since Tropical Storm Bret raged its way through Trinidad and Tobago.

3 schools reopen, but 2 still closed
Clean-up operations continued over the long weekend at some schools, where classes were disrupted as a result of the bad weather associated with Tropical Storm Bret.

PoS hospital closes clinics
Fallen ceiling tiles in the Medical Records Department of the Port of Spain General Hospital is to be blamed for the closure of four outpatient clinics.

Media will be happy with Cybercrime Bill—Cuffie

Motor Vehicles bill not about fines
...but about changing the behaviour of citizens on the roads, Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh said last Friday.

Who say start over 53 cases?
ACTING CHIEF MAGISTRATE Maria Busby-Earle Caddle is now being asked to reveal who issued the instruction to her to have restarted anew (de novo) the 53 part heard cases

TT Unit wins top award
This country's HIV/Aids Coordinating Unit has won the most outstanding award for recording the highest number of HIV-testing locations over the last ten years.

Griffith: Nicole won't disrespect candidates
Nicole Dyer-Griffith will not undermine or disrespect the two other candidates in the Congress of the People's (COP) leadership election due on July 9 says her campaign manager, husband Gary Griffith.

Security guard sues State
...injured during shootout; contending that the police were wrong to have used gunfire as Bartholomew had shouted "Don't shoot!" because Martin was unarmed.

Kayla cries for murdered mom
...the woman was pregnant, cops say

'Help me get my home back'
Ramsaroop, 38, has 10 children between the ages of 21 and three.

Not enough Lifeline for the despairing
Warning after recent suicides

2 Bulgarians on bank fraud charges
Two Bulgarian men are due to appear in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates Court today on charges related to bank-card skimming.

9 St Michael's boys still on the run
Today makes it 14 days since 11 inmates from the St Michael's Home for Boys, Diego Martin escaped.

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