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BRING POLICE
Posted: Thursday, August 10, 2017

BRING POLICE
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is calling on police to investigate the circumstances surrounding Government's procurement of and subsequent cancellation of the contract for the lease of the Ocean Flower II, a passenger vessel that was to ply the seabridge.

FERRY FIASCO #2
Ocean flower 2 fails to arrive in T&T; contract cancelled

Board did nothing illegal
Port Authority of T&T (PATT) chairman Alison Lewis says if the process by which the now terminated contract for Ocean Flower 2 was procured was not done above board, she will be the first person to tender her resignation.

UDeCOTT faces Point hospital project walkout
Contractor seeks 30m

NEC recovers US$3.5M
The money formed part of a larger illegal wire transfer from the NEC's US account at First Citizens Bank in September 2011.

Social media bashes text's holiday omission
Social-media discussions were set ablaze Tuesday night following news that a Social Studies textbook, published by a local author, did not include any details on Emancipation Day or Indian Arrival Day

100 stomach surgeries per year
DOCTORS each year perform about 100 surgical operations for stomach reduction, surgeon Dr Dilip Dan revealed during a forum on robotic surgery at the Teaching and Learning Centre, UWI, St Augustine campus

I visit Police Academy
MINISTER of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries Clarence Rambharat yesterday admitted that he visits the Police Training Academy, "as part of my ministerial duties and not to have fun."

Cabinet looks to red sand shortage
AGRICULTURE Minister Clarence Rambharat said yesterday that Cabinet will soon take action to resolve the problem of a reported shortage of red sand which has been causing problems in the construction industry.

Rambharat vows to take on 'market cartels'
AGRICULTURE, Land and Fisheries Minister Clarence Rambharat has signalled his intention to deal with those "cartels" which manage activities at NAMDEVCO markets across the country.

Tolerance, respect and empathy for employees with HIV
MINISTER of State in the Office of the Prime Minister Ayanna Webster- Roy...

Teen was almost beheaded, says Alexandrov
Nineteen-year-old Darrel Mansingh was almost beheaded with a cutlass, an autopsy found yesterday.

Autopsy says peacemaker was decapitated
Peacemaker Darrel Mansingh was tied up and his head almost severed before he was wrapped in a sheet and his body dumped at the side of the road.

SRP suspended over leaked photos
The Transit Police Unit officer whose suggestive photograph has been circulating online has been suspended from duty pending an investigation into the matter.

Hairdresser on gun charge not police youth club official

Suspect killed in shootout
A SUSPECTED car thief was killed during a shootout with police in Tacarigua yesterday. Another suspect remains on the run.

Chopping suspect at large
POLICE want a 35-year-old Indian Walk, Moruga man to surrender himself after reports that he has been seen in the area walking around armed with a cutlass and threatening people.



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