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Posted: Sunday, July 16, 2017

Glenda Charles-Harris was living with her family in Sweden but she missed the beauty of the local flowers like the flamboyant poui and immortelle.

Rowley to focus heavily on campaign finance reform
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley wants to pass campaign finance legislation in the Parliament before the end the People's National Movement's (PNM's) term in office.

JLSC, campaign finance on Tuesday's agenda
...Kamla disappointed as PM blanks job, economy talks

Clico transfers interest in No Man's Land to Govt
...Permell calls for full disclosure

Government committed to environmental protection

Citizens want value for money
The Persads have lived in Belmont for 17 years and the only thing consistent about their water supply, is the fact that they rarely have one.

'Pushed aside and forgotten' on the north-east coast

Moonilal: Is HDC transparent?
OROPOUCHE East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal is once again questioning the transparency of the process for allocating Housing Development Corporation (HDC) units such as those at Victoria Keyes.

Contractor: Fanny Village school not in swamp
That's the claim from Ashana Civil Mechanical Contractors managing director Phillip Whiteman whose company had initially been hired to build the now controversial school.

Carolyn set to shake up the governance structure
NEW politics and good governance are not just buzz words for Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan.

Prof Theodore: Help available for people who lose jobs
PROFESSOR Karl Theodore, director of the Health Economics Unit (HEU) of the University of the West Indies says people who are laid off should not have a problem getting help.

Queen Street to be renamed in her honour
QUEEN STREET, Port-of-Spain is to be renamed Queen Janelle Commissiong Street in honour of Trinidad and Tobago's first Miss Universe winner, and the first woman of colour to take the title, exactly 40 years ago on today's date.

Malabar double murder suspect to go on ID parade
On day 18 of the investigation, there are five men in custody and no charges have been laid as yet.

Cops investigate fatal shooting of 20-year-old in La Brea
POLICE are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 20-year-old La Brea man whose body was found in his house with a gun nearby on Friday evening.

Escaped prisoner recaptured
A PRISONER awaiting trial and kept at the Remand section of the Golden Grove prison, on Friday made a dash for freedom but was held soon after at St John's Road in Arouca

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