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Posted: Monday, July 31, 2017

PRIME seafront land in Tobago has been grossly undervalued, at just $10 per square foot, in its recent transfer from Clico to the Government as part of a plant to help pay off Clico's $15 billion debt incurred in its 2008 bailout by taxpayers

I need to speak with PM
CHAIRMAN of the Buccoo/ Golden Grove Company Ltd Neil Wilson says he needs to speak with Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to find out what was going on with regard to the purchase of lands for the Sandals Resort

Ex-finance minister to Govt: Where were CLF statements?

Army fingers 3 in payroll scam: $2M siphoned off

Doctors screen 5,000 for NCDs
MORE than 5,000 people have been screened by doctors for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) since December 2016, as part of a pilot project to raise awareness and improve early detection

NYAC president: Emancipation not just a day or season

Emancipation Village food fair a hit
DESPITE a relatively slow start to the Emancipation Village Food Fair, vendors managed to draw an impressive crowd by late afternoon at the Grand Stand of the Queen's Park Savannah

Ruling in Jack Warner's judicial review today

Minister to investigate corruption
LOCAL Government Minister Kazim Hosein says he will investigate and stamp out the corruption he knows is present within regional corporations

Rev Teelucksingh slams ‘fake' religious leaders: Scamps and schemers

Tobago a hideaway for Trini criminals
LANDLORDS in Tobago are being warned against allowing Trinidadians taking up residents as they seek to “to hideaway” from prosecution in Trinidad and also to oversee criminal activities in the sister isle.

The elderly are being abused
THERE is a worrying trend of abuse of the elderly at privately-run geriatric homes, a report tabled recently in Parliament has found.

Murder toll now 284 as Laventille man slain

Your son was just murdered
GRIEVING over the murder of her son, Iesha Archer took to Facebook yesterday, revealing that she was in church praying when she got a text stating her son Hakimeel Harrichand, 23, had just been murdered.

Life sentences for killing cousin
The Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal of two cousins convicted of murdering their cousin in 2003.

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