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Posted: Friday, June 30, 2017

PUFF n' Stuff bakery owner Gregory Laing was back home with relieved relatives last night after he was dropped off at the side of the Beetham Highway yesterday at 5 pm.

'No end in sight'
...Chamber calls for unified fight against crime

Laing freed in Beetham
After 14 hours of intense prayers and a massive operation by police and army for the safe return of San Fernando businessman Gregory Laing, he was set free by his captors in the Beetham Gardens last evening.

'A model business owner who works hard'

Slain schoolboy's uncle calls death on killers

Weeping principal mourns murdered schoolboy Videsh
Murdered schoolboy Videsh Subar was a beloved pupil of the Ward's Learning Living Centre, a private school in Arima, principal Sheriffa Ward said yesterday.

Marlene still under probe
The Integrity Commission has not yet completed its investigations into Port-of-Spain South Member of Parliament Marlene McDonald, who will be sworn in as the new Minister of Public Utilities today.

Mixed reviews for Mc Donald, Hinds
Port of Spain South constituents yesterday expressed mixed views about the return of their Member of Parliament Marlene Mc Donald to the Cabinet of the People's National Movement (PNM) government.

Move to block Nicole's candidacy
As race heats up for COP leadership...

We showcased the worst of T&T, says PM
Disappointed over 'most powerful' comments during filming of CNN show...

Remove illegal ramps
Corporation warns home owners, business operators

West: Investigations can now resume
As new PCA deputy director takes oath...

Approximately 180,000 living with disabilities
Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC), chairman Lynette Seebaran-Suite has described persons with disabilities as not only a development issue but a human rights issue.

Carmona: TT fish stocks at risk
President Anthony Carmona yesterday said the decay of the marine environment is a wake up call for Trinidad and Tobago to follow the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).

Finger squeezed by cash register so...he shot her dead
FOOTAGE from surveillance cameras shows that a bandit became enraged after Chinese national Yana Zeng accidentally closed the drawer of a cash register inside her mini mart on the finger of the bandit.

Cop's home set on fire
A 17-YEAR-OLD youth and two accomplices, both aged 20, who broke into the Arima home of two police officers on Wednesday and escaped with a police bullet proof vest and a police sweater have been arrested.

Partap guilty in 'breath test' appeal, fined $5,000
FORMER Minister in the Ministry of National Security Collin Partap has lost his challenge to the conviction imposed on him in 2013 for failing to submit himself to a "field sobriety test"

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