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Posted: Tuesday, July 25, 2017

FEARS of a repeat of the collapse of CL Financial (CLF), if shareholders get their way and take control of the board, is what propelled Government to petition the High Courts to have the conglomerate wound up.

'CLF paying everybody except Govt'

Valencia horror
Woman finds mom, 60, naked with throat slit

Casino guard kills bandit
According to police reports, around 3 pm Vishnu Dowlath, of Enterprise, Chaguanas, went to the Lucky Phoenix along Tobago Road, Enterprise and attempted to rob the casino.

No gag order on Marcia case
Registrar finally responds to Ramesh

Harris to hear critical case
Justice David Harris, sitting in the San Fernando High Court, will begin hearing an application for judicial review brought by former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar against the Judicial and Legal Service Commission and the President

Minister on tertiary sector: Impossible to continue wholesale funding

Govt to adjust GATE in August
Given budgetary constraints due to the substantial fall in revenue from oil and gas prices, Government "is of the view that the status quo" in respect of the GATE programme cannot be maintained

Duke denies receiving letter
Port: We wrote to him twice on scanner

Rambharat: Property tax won't raise food prices
PROPERTY Tax will not drive up the price of food, Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat assured during an address to members of the Agricultural Society (ASTT) on Sunday

Ramatali supports less sugar in schools
DESCRIBING childhood diabetes and obesity as "real problems", National Parent Teachers Association (NPTA) Zena Ramatali has expressed support for a Ministry of Health initiative

Velodrome send-off for Matthews
THE Arima Velodrome was packed to capacity yesterday as hundreds turned out to witness final rites for soca star and media personality Devon Matthews who stole the show for one final time.

Prison officers call for Dillon to step down

Guard shot in jewelry store robbery
Shopping on High Street, San Fernando, came to a standstill yesterday morning as bandits shot a security guard who attempted to stop them from carrying out a daring daylight heist at a jewelry store.

Car wash owner killed
A 23-year-old car wash owner was killed on Saturday night and his girlfriend shot in the abdomen because they were in a "strange car" in a not too friendly neighbourhood, according to police and relatives.

Social media hate for pick-up murder accused
Angry shouts echoed outside the Siparia Magistrates' Court yesterday, as Yucklan Sancaro confronted Anthony Sinanan, the man charged with murdering her son David Sancaro.

'Ninja' sentenced to hang
BARATARIA labourer Gabriel 'Ninja' Joseph has been convicted and sentenced to hang for the murder of Keon 'Culture' Stewart.

MP robbed during birthday prayers
PRINCES Town MP Barry Padarath was left shaken after an armed bandit stormed his grandmother's Couva home on Friday night while he, family and friends were engaged in a prayer service to mark his birthday.

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