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TTT to be revived
Posted: Friday, August 25, 2017

TTT to be revived
The Government has decided to shut down State-owned Caribbean New Media Group (CNMG) and revive the Trinidad and Tobago Television (TTT) station.

CNMG to close, TTT is back
STATE OWNED Caribbean New Media Group (CNMG) is to be wound up.

CNMG to be wound up, TTT returns

Brigeman's VP ready for JSC

Local agent in business for 23 years
Kenny, who operates his 'shipping agency' out of his Freeport home, told Guardian Media yesterday that he is also not affiliated to the ruling People's National Movement.

250 hrs community service for crying false rape
WENDY ISAHARK, a Judiciary employee who filed a false police report last week Tuesday that she was raped by a taxi driver, was yesterday ordered to perform 250 hours of community service

Community service for sorry accused
Fake rape claim against taxi driver

Le Hunte: No blight in ministry
NEW Minister of Public Utilities Robert Le Hunte yesterday insisted that his ministry is not blighted, minutes after being sworn in by President Anthony Carmona as that ministry's fifth minister in two years.

Media mourns journalist Deborah John
MEMBERS OF the wider TT media were in mourning yesterday with the passing of Deborah John, Express publications editor - News and Features.

Carmona laments society's failing mental health recent years, people had become more aggressive and combative.

Sangre Grande hospital gets upgrade
IN PREPERATION for the construction of a new Sangre Grande hospital, the board of the Eastern Regional Health Authority (ERHA) has prepared a project brief to present to the Ministry of Health.

Arima Mayor outraged over fraud
ARIMA MAYOR Lisa Morris-Julian yesterday expressed outrage and her hope for a speedy resolution to allegations of fraud at the Arima Borough Corporation.

Woman stays in jail on 444 fraud charges
Despite being granted bail on 444 fraud-related offences and nine wildlife charges, the wife of a police inspector was still behind bars at the Woman Prison in Arouca last night.

Businessman in court on $1.4M fraud charge
A Chaguanas businessman, who was charged with fraudulently obtaining money from the Arima Borough Corporation, was granted bail with a surety in the sum of $300,000 on Wednesday.

Police hunt for kidnapped cousins
MEMBERS of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit of the Police Service yesterday searched several areas of the Eastern Division in search of a 16-year-old and his 14-year-old cousin

$.3m ransom demand for cousins

Nurse to be charged for assault of toddler, two
A 39-year-old nurse who works at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital is expected to be charged today with causing grievous bodily harm to a two-year-old child.

Grocery thief jailed for four years
A TERM of four years in jail was yesterday slapped on a man for breaking into a businessplace and stealing thousands of dollars.

3 found dead in burnt out shack
Boy, 4, tells neighbour cop killed mummy...

Missing woman found dead
A baker who went to work on Wednesday and never returned home was found dead at the bottom of a precipice by Valencia villagers yesterday

Hiker died of broken neck
Hiker Richard Baird 56, died of a broken neck when he fell at least 600 feet down a precipice while returning from a hike to Aripo in the Northern Range on Saturday.

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