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Posted: Saturday, July 1, 2017

SAYING his family had been victims of robberies in the past the husband of murdered Chinese businesswoman Yana Zeng is closing up shop, packing his bangs and preparing to leave this country to return to his homeland Guangdong in China.

I humbly apologise
Man who made FB threat to PM's family:

'I couldn't turn down my PM'
Integrity body never called Marlene but ...

Hinds: I offered to go to AG's Office
FITZGERALD Hinds, who earlier this week was moved from the post of Public Utilities Minister to that of junior Minister in the Ministry of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs

Nicole full of energy
PARLIAMENTARY Secretary in the Ministry of Energy Nicole Olivierre says she is excited to return to the ministry and looked forward to working with Energy Minister Franklin Khan.

Explosion rocks east Trinidad

Pepper spray attack
Workers want nurse removed from sando hospital after

500-bed facility to replace PoSGH's Central Block

Govt pays out disaster relief

Govt increases Bret allocation by $5M

Cabinet injects $2M to 'rescue' UNIMED plan
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert has reported that Cabinet has injected $2 million to a UNIMED plan which has more than 30,000 members to prevent it from becoming insolvent and increasing the burden on the public health service.

PP accused of 'macoing' in 2013
THE PEOPLE'S Partnership administration has been accused of "macoing" as they monitored more than 280,000 conversations in one year but did not file a single application to the court

T&T gets two new vessels to service seabridge
Government has given the Port Authority of T&T (PATT) approval to lease two vessels, Cabo Star, and the passenger boat, Ocean Flower, to service the seabridge between Trinidad and Tobago.

Retrenchment on hold
Court stops closure of TDC

Our good work often unnoticed
Top CoP at opening of new station:

Puff n' Stuff owner relieved
FREED kidnap victim Gregory Laing spent all of yesterday surrounded by friends and relatives at his St Joseph Village, San Fernando home and expressed relief that he was back with his wife Julie and other loved ones

Tragic death of 13-year-old's baby
AN AUTOPSY on a fivemonth- old baby girl, born to a 13-year-old, yesterday revealed death was due to positional asphyxia

Killers can run but can't hide
IMAM Asif Ali did not mince words yesterday as he issued a stern warning to the killers of Hafeeza Mohammed and 13-year-old Videsh Subar

NSA Leader calls for Parliament to consider citizens' right to bear arms
SAYING the nation has to declare war on the criminal element, National Solidarity Assembly political leader Nirvan Maharaj

Police kill murder suspect
The murder suspect killed by police on Thursday night was shot five times, once in the left arm as he tried to protect himself from the lawmen's bullets.

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