NO PYOL INVASION
Posted: Sunday, July 23, 2017
NO PYOL INVASION
Venezuelan Ambassador to TT: there is no humanitarian crisis in Venezuela which will cause Venezuelan citizens to leave their country en masse and flock to neighbouring TT.
PAY BACK $2B
Creditors seek to recover debt from CL Financial:
Carlet gets family send-off
THE brother of late media worker Carlet Carol Holder-Alvarez yesterday said miscommunication was the cause of the faux pas which led to the postponement of her funeral service on Thursday
Maharaj: Ayers-Caesar matter needs to be public
Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, SC says he has not received a response from the registrar of the High Court in relation to a reported move by the Judiciary to seal the documents
Ramesh: I received no application to seal Ayers-Caesar proceedings
Carmona warned me not to commit suicide
Cabo successfully sails to Tobago and back
UNC to Rowley: Was the meeting with opposition leader a farce?
The UNC questioned whether Rowley acted in "good faith" during the meeting with Persad-Bissessar on the issues of the ongoing imbroglio in the Judiciary and the "failing" health care system.
Nicole Dyer-Griffith gets real
She was adamant the COP had veered from its moorings and needed to quickly re-engage the people if it stood a realistic chance of being a worthy political force.
Flooding in Diego Martin, Santa Cruz and Maraval
HEAVY rainfall along the East/West corridor yesterday caused flooding and landslides in Diego Martin, Santa Cruz and Maraval.
Education Ministry: Primary school places for all eligible children
PARENTS who have not yet been able to get their children placed at a primary school are being advised to contact the education district office in their area for assistance.
Curbing school violence by improving building design
ART Hushen president of Florida-based non governmental organisation, the National Institute of Crime Prevention (NICP)
Schools to become healthy zones
Only 100 per cent fruit juices, water and other drinks that have been cleared by the Ministries of Health and Education, will be available to students from the new term.
Radio talk show host laments juvenile substance abuse
DESPITE all information provided on the use of illicit drugs, children still continue to use drugs and consume alcohol in Trinidad and Tobago.
Return to Enterprise one year after Robocop's murder
ONE year after the killing of businessman and reputed gang-leader Selwyn "Robocop" Alexis, the embattled community of Enterprise, Chaguanas is yet again under siege
Ian goes to cops after receiving death threat
Killing of Unruly Isis member:
Umar Abdullah calls for investigation into police killing
HEAD of the Waajihatul Islaamiyyah (The Islamic Front) Imam Umar Abdullah: "extra judicial killing" by police of Jelani Sajjad Martins on Friday.
29 kilos of marijuana seized by Coast Guard
A release from the Coast Guard said one of its interceptors was on patrol at about 11.43 pm when it saw a 28-foot white pirogue with two men.
Burn victim recovering
POLICE say Clifton Samuel, the 52-year old man who was burnt during a domestic altercation with his female companion in Arouca on Wednesday, is slowly but surely recovering.
King's Wharf resident gets eviction notice
AFTER allegedly living on State lands at King's Wharf, San Fernando for more than 25 years, Dhanraj "Bhajee" Ramkissoon says he was given notice by the city corporation to vacate the lands
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