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Two women killed in Valencia crash
Posted: Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Two women killed in Valencia crash
Two women lost their lives, while two police officers remained warded in critical condition at hospital last night, after a three-vehicle smash-up along the Antigua Road, Valencia, on Monday.

Sandra La Barrie along with her sister Calystra Daniel were killed in an accident on Monday night in Wallerfield, which has also left two policemen at hospital serious condition.

Baby in fridge — doctor still in custody
A NEWBORN baby boy, found on Monday wrapped in a plastic bag and stuffed in a fridge at the private office of a doctor in San Fernando

Baby Kemron died of natural causes—autopsy
... if the child had been placed in an incubator soon after birth, he would have had a 75 per cent chance of survival.

Do the right thing, urges Medical Association

Two firemen injured during house fire
...when they came into contact with high tension wires while responding to a fire in El Dorado yesterday morning.

'I will tell him of TT's ruinous state'
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad- Bissessar says she will agree to meet Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley so she can tell him that he has not done any of the things he told her he would do

Rowley hints at public sector cuts

No shortage of psychiatric drugs—SWRHA
A day after psychiatric patient Christopher Wolfe complained that he could not get drugs at the San Fernando outpatient pharmacy...

Hosein: PNM to decide on local government bye-election
THE ruling People's National Movement (PNM) will determine when the bye-election for the Barataria district will be held.

Reduced bank fees could collapse banking sector
IF all banks were to give in to public pressure and reduce their service fees and lending rates by as little as one or two percent, it could result in the collapse of the banking industry

Unfortunate error—Garcia
Costaatt causes panic over Gate payments

Dumas pursues lawsuit over PSC composition
Former public service head Reginald Dumas is still pursuing his lawsuit challenging composition of the Police Service Commission even though the two members who he felt were unqualified, may no longer be on the commission.

Ex-diplomat gets ok to sue Rowley
Former deputy permanent representative to the United Nations (UN) Eden Charles has been granted permission to pursue a lawsuit against Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and members of his Cabinet over a decision to revoke his appointment.

Gadsby-Dolly: Creative industry can turn economy around

Woman found dead
HOMICIDE police officers are continuing investigations after the nude body of a young woman was found in a bushy area in Point Fortin yesterday evening.

I will stop selling ganja
FOLLOWING her third arrest and subsequent appearance in court for marijuana possession, differently-abled Michaeline Wall yesterday vowed to clean up her act and stop selling the illegal drug.

Bandits held after robbery
QUCIK response by Siparia CID and Task Force police officers led to the arrest of four men minutes after they beat and robbed a businessman at gunpoint at a supermarket in Siparia on Monday evening.

2 released, another held for Malabar murders
TWO men, who were in custody for over a week in connection with the murders of 13-year-old Videsh Subar and his neighbour and care giver Hafeeza Rose Mohammed

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