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Dad, son killed
Posted: Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Dad, son killed
...both ambushed and killed by gunmen in Laventille yesterday, while responding to a call of an accident along Picton Road involving one of their vehicles.

A VISIT to relatives in Laventille yesterday ended in a man and his son being ambushed by gunmen and shot multiple times.

No help from passers-by
Man brutally chopped in broad daylight

Mom was raped, strangled with own dress
he victim, Christiana Lewis, a mother of three, lived alone. Her wooden house was ransacked.

Court okays liquidators
CLF has no assets to pay $15b debt—lawyer

Govt gets go-ahead to liquidate CLF

Shareholders postpone meeting
...thereby giving the shareholders control of the Board and consequently, the company.

Fired CL exec wants back his job
FIRED CL Financial (CLF) managing director and group chief executive Marlon Holder has launched an attack on the Government- appointed directors of the conglomerate as he seeks to get his job back.

Grenada group demands CLF $$
GRENADA'S British American Insurance Policyholders Group is poised to take legal action to resolve the issue of payments owed to them by CL Financial (CLF)

AG proposes law amendment to deal with Ayers-Caesar's cases

Kamla: Money could fund 20,000 students
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar said alleged excessive costs for the two newly-leased ferries for the Trinidad to Tobago sea bridge could have funded tertiary studies for 20,000 students

UWI: Entry requirements not lowered

Sinanan: Land owners, developers contributing to flooding
WORKS and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan has urged individual land owners and private land developers to accept some responsibility for flooding within their respective communities

ODPM: Incident Command System needed

Newborn still on ice
SIXTEEN days after being found inside a fridge at a doctor's office, a baby who died hours after being born, remains on ice at a funeral home in South Trinidad.

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