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Posted: Thursday, June 29, 2017

Shariff Mohammed walked into his Malabar house yesterday to find it ransacked, his wife Hafeeza 'Rose' Mohammed and their neighbour Vedesh Subar, 13, both bound, gagged and dead.

Bandits slit throats of woman, teen

Malabar: Mom bawls as son, woman murdered

Chinese businesswoman murdered
A 33-YEAR-OLD Chinese businesswoman who moved to this country ten years ago and opened a mini mart in Santa Cruz, was robbed and fatally shot by two bandits in full view of her two children and husband.

Chinese mart owner killed after resisting bandits
Tired of being robbed, proprietor Yana Zeng is believed to have struggled with two men who held up her mini-mart on Tuesday night.

ODPM: 400,000 affected by Brett

Annisette-George not tolerating disorder
Brigid Annisette-George says she will not tolerate disorder like what occurred in Parliament on Friday last.

Reaction to TV show 'highlights hatred for Syrian/Lebanese people'

Rumours of a reshuffle
RUMOURS abounded last night on social media that Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley was in the process of reshuffling Cabinet portfolios.

Marlene's return
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is of the view he can no longer justify McDonald's absence from his Cabinet, sources said yesterday.

US$5M facility given to Ministry
AFTER five years of remaining unused by the fisherfolk for whom it was built, a state of the art US$5 million fish landing facility in Guayaguayare was finally handed over to the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries

TTD remains overvalued
The Trinidad and Tobago dollar (TTD) is over-valued and with depreciation pressure ôlikely to intensify over the coming quarters,"

Persad-Bissessar: Trial by judges alone bill flawed

First Peoples' holiday now official
PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona, in an order dated June 23, has officially declared October 13 a one-off public holiday in honour of this country's First Peoples.

Caimans in paddle pool
CAIMANS have invaded a paddle-boat pool in Chaguaramas rendering it unsafe for human use

Police probe suspected extortion after 'kidnapping'
A CUNUPIA businessman who was robbed of $50,000 and $40,000 in jewelry on April 1, reported to Cunupia police on Tuesday that he received a message on his phone that his daughter, 24, and grandson, eight months, were kidnapped in Venezuela.

Rapist policeman jailed
A FORMER police prosecutor who was found guilty of raping a 17-year-old girl was yesterday sentenced to 17 years' imprisonment with hard labour by a San Fernando High Court judge.

Cops kill 2 bandits
Two bandits died at the Chaguanas Health Centre yesterday, moments after they were involved in a shootout with police after robbing at bar in St Helena.

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