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Posted: Saturday, August 5, 2017

THERE are approximately 11,000 people registered at psychiatric outpatient clinics in the south west region while 100 new people access services at the San Fernando General Hospital's mental health department on a monthly basis.

Dad killed in front mini-mart
Girlfriend carrying 2nd child scared for life

Relatives: 2 shot dead not involved in illegal activity
Relatives of two men who were shot dead in Kelly Village on Thursday night said they were unable to understand why they were murdered as they were not involved in any illegal activity.

Workers want relief
JTUM demands to meet with PM

Unions rally members for business 'boycott'

More 'hard times' adjustments needed now, says IMF
THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) is advising the Government that it needs to impose more adjustment measures on the popu­lation to reduce the gap between what the country earns and what it spends.

'Govt created over 5,000 new jobs'
A release from the ministry yesterday said a total of 5,275 new jobs were created as a result of a number of projects underta­ken by various ministries through the Public Sector Investment Programme (PSIP).

It's a private affair
Reis to Imbert on $99 Dalco share deal

Imbert: Permell sold his policies
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday said Clico policy shareholders chairman Peter Permell had no money due to him from Clico.

Rowley, Khan praise Jones
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday praised former Petrotrin executive chairman Malcolm Jones as "a nation builder.

Tributes pour in for former Petrotrin boss

Finance Minister: No money owed to Permell
Finance Minister Colm Imbert has advised that chairman of the Clico Policyholders Group Peter Permell has no contractual relationship with Clico and is owned no money.

Sheila Prince: Beetham children must not be left behind
RESPECT, integrity and good social graces are some of the things Sheila Prince believes must be instilled in children

Education Ministry: No rampant drug trade in ECCE and primary schools
THE Ministry of Education yesterday denied claims of a "rampant drug trade" in the nation's Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) centres and primary schools.

City cops warn illegal vendors
As the municipal police moves to crack down on illegal parking and street vending in San Fernando from next week, calls are being made for a designated area for street vending and parking.

Restaurant owner, customers robbed by gunmen

Police hunt fast food bandits
Police are searching for two men who were captured on tape robbing the Kam Wong Chinese Restaurant in Arouca on Thursday night.

$.1m bail for 3 cops charged with trying to cover up crash

Police Youth Club exec on gun charge
The secretary of the Marabella Police Youth Club, her boyfriend and another man appeared in the San Fernando Magistrates Court yesterday charged with possession of a pistol and 16 rounds of ammunition.

Belmont mother missing
DEBORAH Thomas-Alexander, 59, is pleading with the public to reach out to the relevant authorities with any information which can help locate her missing daughter Winette Thomas.

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