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Posted: Thursday, August 3, 2017

AN AROUCA man was bounced down by his own car and killed on Tuesday in what police said was a case of a brawl over a woman, between the victim another man, with whom the woman has a child.

Car used to kill her new hubby
Ex-boyfriend confronts woman after fete

Panmen not paid since Carnival
SIX months after the Reign of the Merry Monarch, the nation's panmen have not been paid their appearance fees (remittances) for the 2017 Panorama competition.

Mass evacuation after Atlantic gas leak
THREE people had to seek medical attention following a gas leak at Train Three of Atlantic's LNG facility at Point Fortin which led to the evacuation of all staff members of the facility.

Auditors couldn't verify CLF figures, says Bharath

ASP Pierre: Police still challenged despite improved detection rates

30% detection rate for serious crimes—TTPS

Police body cameras start date stalled

US: No terrorists in TT
The Foreign and Caricom Affairs Ministry underscored this point in a statement yesterday.

Concern over Trump's new immigration plan
Seeks to cut legal immigration by 50 per cent in the next ten years.

Cabinet approves draft policy on Local Govt reform

Oil clean up in La Brea, source not found
PETROTRIN yesterday completed its clean-up operations on La Brea beaches after reports of deposits of oil along the shoreline on Tuesday, but the state-owned company could not determine the source.

When reading becomes redemption
For the past 25 years Alta has delivered literacy instruction to adults in T&T.

Beware of fake news

CDA wins injunction
THE Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA) has been granted an interim injunction against the owner of several party boats for interference and noise pollution

Kamla sues against lack of Protective Service Compensation Committee
Since August 2015, one month before the People's National Movement government assumed office, the tenure of the members to the committee had not been renewed nor new members appointed.

Illegal Chinese still in custody
EIGHT illegal Chinese immigrants held during a raid at a partially constructed building in Port of Spain on Monday

Attorneys to petition High Court
ATTORNEYS for five prisoners who rioted in April, after being told that their almost decade-long preliminary hearings were in limbo because of the elevation and subsequent resignation of former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar

Man killed at St Mary's Village, Moruga
HOMICIDE police are investigating the shooting death yesterday of Moruga resident Ian Sylvester who was found in the back seat of a car with gunshot wounds to the head.

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