Posted: Tuesday, August 22, 2017
PM agrees: Something fishy about ferry contract
SOMETHING CROOKED HAPPENED
Tobago stakeholders give PM an earful
TAX amnesty, declining tourism figures, health and safety hazards of the Cabo Star, no proper destination marketing, prisoners unable to travel to Tobago for court and unpredictability of fruits and fresh produce
We were expecting more—Amede
President of the Inter-Isle Truckers and Traders Association Horace Amede says yesterday's meeting with Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley was fruitful, although they still were not fully satisfied with all that was said.
Roofing help for 'twister' victims
The former head of the Civil Engineering Department of the University of the West Indies has offered to assist residents of Aripero and Rousillac whose homes were damaged during heavy winds and rains last Thursday.
Litter charge for derelict vehicles
Two men yesterday pleaded not guilty to failing to comply with a clean-up order.
Sungazers turn up in the hundreds for eclipse
HUNDREDS FLOCKED to the San Fernando Hill yesterday to witness the much anticipated celestial event, a partial solar eclipse.
Carmona launches Parent Skills Training programme
Daughter pleads: Please find my father
A heart wrenching plea from the eldest daughter of Richard Baird to authorities to double their efforts to find her father who has been missing since Saturday after he went hiking to the Aripo waterfall in the Northern Range.
Trinidadian editor fired
'Los Angeles Times' sacks top staff
Student killed in crash
Detained cop seeks freedom
A 46-year-old police inspector detained last Thursday into alleged money laundering probe has filed a lawsuit challenging his continued detention.
PTSC worker killed outside work place
Weeks before he was expected to testify in a court case against another employee, Public Service Transportation Corporation (PTSC) of painter Carlos Samuel was gunned down outside the corporation's San Fernando garage on Sunday.
Constable shot in Morvant ambush
A police constable was shot after being ambushed by gunmen in Morvant yesterday.
Hours after fight with man
Suspect dies in shootout with cops
A 20-year-old security officer who was being investigated for possession of firearms and ammunition was killed during a gunfight with Couva police on Sunday
Two in court for double murder
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