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Posted: Wednesday, August 9, 2017

AN ARMY of investigating officers will be unleashed to probe individuals suspected of lying about their family income in the means-test for their Government Assistance with Tuition Expenses (GATE) application

Garcia rolls out GATE means testing

Double murder in Belmont
HITMEN abducted a man whom they then used to lure another man from his home before shooting both of them dead during the early morning hours yesterday.

Missing teen found murdered
A CHASE Village teenager, who was reported missing since last Friday, was found dead yesterday in Chaguanas yesterday.

Peacemaker found dead
Days after breaking up fight at bar

Gunplay in Laventille after former Brigadier boasts of TTDF success
MERE hours after now retired Brigadier General Rodney Smart boasted about the success of joint police-army exercises in Laventille and environs

Annisette tells Govt: Talks must not be PR stunt
THE labour movement does not believe Government's conversation on issues affecting the nation is genuine at this time

Roget dismisses boycott criticisms
"It is time that we start to focus on buying doubles, pelau, roti, bake and shark." In supporting businesses in the 99 per cent category, Roget remarked, "Let us do it on any day, not just Tuesdays and Fridays.

Roget: TT needs Petrotrin
While demanding an urgent restructuring of Petrotrin "as of yesterday", Roget said the union is opposed to any privatisation of the company.

Labour Ministry launches HIV/AIDS workplace policy

Increase in number of deportees
A 45-YEAR-OLD male sex offender from this country was arrested in East Hampton, New York on July 29 by members of the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Enforcement and Removal Operations.

Hindus mark Raksha Bandhan
THE Hindu observance of Raksha Bandhan has seen thousands of female devotees tying sacred thread around the wrist of their brothers.

Best Village begins with drama
THE Prime Minister's Best Village Trophy competition kicked off on a high note with drama at the Southern Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA) in San Fernando on Monday night.

I'm glad there was no 'damage'
PH driver, passenger rob granny, 72

Cops: Chinese nationals not reporting robberies
As Chinese businesses continue to be targeted, police say one of the barriers to catching the culprits is that they are not getting certain information.

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