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Protest outside health centre
Posted: Saturday, July 22, 2017

Protest outside health centre
Unruly ISIS member killed by cops

Unruly ISIS member killed
A MEMBER of the Unruly ISIS gang based in Enterprise, Chaguanas who was being sought by police for several murders was killed during an exchange of gunfire with police yesterday afternoon in Chaguanas.

FORGIVE ME SON
ATIBA GORKIN wept yesterday as he stood over the small, white casket in which the body of his three-year-old son Messi lay.

Appeal hearing set for Tuesday
Govt seeks to get CLF liquidators again

Jeremie not worried at disciplinary threat
...over his alleged conflict of interest in representing a group of CL Financial (CLF) shareholders opposed to a move to wind up the company.

I asked for no gag order
Ramesh writes Registrar on Ayers-Caesar lawsuit

Police start national body cam tests
From August 1, 60 randomly selected police officers will begin nationwide body camera testing.

Better days are coming
THE Central Bank says the economy is expected to stage a modest recovery this year mainly due to new energy sector output during the latter half of 2017.

Financial woes hitting hard
Education Ministry contract workers to be sent home

Garcia: No lay offs at Ministry
FORMER contract employees of the Ministry of Education who were retained on a month to month relationship should expect to have their services no longer required.

T&TEC to pay driver $1m for forceful retirement

Oropouche farmers beg for flood relief

Kublalsingh: Remove mound to ease flooding
FLOODING on the fertile Oropouche lagoon can be reduced if aggregate from the quarter mile long, fifteen foot high embankment which sits in the middle of the lagoon is removed

Dressing down for managers
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh says he has been forced to personally intervene in operations at North West Regional Health Authority (NWRHA), due to the inefficiency...

Minister sues CNC 3ís Morning Brew host
SPORT Minister Darryl Smith has initiated legal action against CNC3ís The Morning Brew host and deputy head of news Hema Ramkissoon and Peopleís National Movement (PNM) activist Dane Wilson for defamation.

Prison escapee recaptured

Driver charged with murder
INVESTIGATORS have been given instructions by the Director of Public Prosecutions to charge a 38-year-old mechanic from Rousillac for the murder of 17-year-old David Sancaro who died after being run over twice



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