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Posted: Saturday, August 12, 2017

A SCHOOLBOY who was sent by his mother to sell vegetables in front of the Bethel 'The House of God' church in Freeport on Thursday, was found yesterday morning floating in a ravine at the back of the church.

Girl, 8, aunt, 40, perish in fire
TWO weeks after a Moruga family hosted a thanksgiving service to celebrate the life of eight-year-old Alliyah Primus, she and her aunt Nolene 'Neisha' Gopaul, 40...

Girl, 8, aunt perish in fire
Moruga family suspects arson as

AG must investigate
OPPOSITION Senator Gerald Ramdeen yesterday that the reason why the Ocean Flower II's contract was terminated was because the vessel was defective.

PATT engineer failed Ocean Flower after sea test Major mechanical faults found

Bridgeman's offers alternative sea bridge deal

Rowley 'sorry' for Tobagonians
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley is appealing to those assigned to procure a passenger vessel for the seabridge to redouble their efforts to bring relief to citizens who rely on the inter island service

'We'll do what we know best'
CHAIRMAN of ANSA McAl Anthony Norman Sabga... says management of the ANSA business empire will focus on management and growth of the group.

ANSA McAl, union agree job cut formula
THE selection criteria for pending job cuts at Guardian Media Limited (GML); a subsidiary of the ANSA McAL Group have been agreed to by the union and management.

Cabrera: End retrenchment
BUSINESSES must stop retrenching workers if they want labour to return to the negotiating table of tripartism, urged Banking, Insurance and General Workers Union (Bigwu) head Vincent Cabrera

Strike at TT High Commission in India
11 employees who are all Indian nationals, have refused to report for duty because wages have not been increased for the past six years.

Trump weighs military response to Venezuela

PM off to Barbados on private trip
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley left the country yesterday for a private weekend trip to Barbados.

58 to begin Hajj pilgrimage tomorrow
THERE are five groups of TT Muslims geared to travel to the annual sacred Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. The largest group, consisting of 86 people, left last Tuesday with the next group scheduled to leave tomorrow.

Ish and Steve claim PNM persecution

Alexandrov: Our forensic pathology systems outdated

Asami's killer missing front teeth—pathologist
The person who murdered Japanese steelpan player was left-handed and missing four to six front teeth, according to forensic pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov.

KPMG hired for top cop search

Cedric Neptune is new Inspector of Prisons
CABINET has approved the appointment of Cedric Neptune as Inspector of Prisons for the next two years.

Moonilal: Ministers obsessed with personal security

2nd suspect charged for stomping murder

Accused gets bail after mom's tears
A MAN who appeared before a Port of Spain Magistrate yesterday charged with possession of an illegal firearm and ammunition was scolded for having his mother weeping in court.

Two denied bail for shooting man in head
TWO men who allegedly shot a man in the head then set his car ablaze, appeared in the Couva Magistrate's Court yesterday to answer six charges.

Landscaper fined $19,000 for gun, ammunition, ganja
A 34-year-old Marabella man was yesterday fined $19,000 in the San Fernando Magistrates Court for possession of a gun, 17 rounds of ammunition and marijuana.

No bail for Chinese national charged with bribing cop

Man tells magistrate he had gun for family's protection
A TOTAL of $26,000 in fines was slapped on a San Fernando man yesterday for possession of a gun, 12 rounds of ammunition and 298 grammes of marijuana.

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