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Suspended CEO threatens to sue
Posted: Thursday, August 17, 2017

Suspended CEO threatens to sue
PWC seizes personal items in ferry probe fiasco

Online petition against Mouttet

PM's port probe just PR, says Kamla
And she is calling on businessman Christian Moutett to step down from the position

Questions over local shipping agent for Canadian Bridgemans

Cops hunt man in 'rude talk' with minor
The Children's Authority is calling for members of the public to come forward with information to help catch a 35-year-old man who made sexual advances to an 11-year-old girl in a series of WhatsApp messages.

Traffic relief ahead—Nidco
China Railway gets $221m contract

Ministry looks at landslide sensors
Early warning sensors which can detect landslides along the North Coast Road before they occur is just one of the proposals being considered by the Ministry of Works.

No $ for Haleema
FIVE-year-old Haleema Mohammed who is ailing with Beta Thalassemia Major - a blood disorder, and who has been accepted by a hospital in India to undergo a bone marrow transplant, was yesterday denied funding by the Children's Life Fund Authority (CLFA)

UNC Youth: Govt failing on GATE means test
TOO MUCH secrecy surrounds the means test for GATE and arouses distrust in the population, said the United National Congress (UNC) Youth Arm in a statement yesterday.

COP matter thrown out
NICOLE DYER-GRIFFITH may be now free to vote and contest the political leadership of the Congress of the People (COP) in Sunday's executive elections.

No staff reductions at TSTT, Massy

Card skimming on the increase
POLICE yesterday reported an increase in the incidence of bank card skimming by an alarming 181 per cent in the last four years.

TT Met Service monitors disturbance east of Lesser Antilles
THE Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service is closely monitoring a disturbance located approximately 1285 kilometres east of the Lesser Antilles and was moving westward at approximately 30 kilometres per hour.

Spotlight on T&T films celebrates patriotism

Trini wanted in US for fraud agrees to extradition

Suspect in court for Tunapuna murder
A 38-year-old man from Tunapuna, accused of using a car to kill a man during a brawl earlier this month, appeared in court yesterday charged with murder.

Indarsingh calls for regular police patrols
COUVA South MP Rudranath Indarsingh yesterday made a passionate appeal to Ag Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams to protect the people of Calcutta, Freeport.

Homeless man fatally stabbed
A homeless man who lived at the Centre for Socially-Displaced People at Riverside Plaza, Port of Spain is believed to be on the run after fatally stabbing another homeless man there on Tuesday morning.

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