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PM condemns Roodal's rant
Posted: Saturday, September 2, 2017

PM condemns Roodal's rant
Anand case talk aimed at causing racial divide

Ex-AG case adjourned to January

Anand: I will be victorious

Anand: The truth shall set me free
FORMER attorney general Anand Ramlogan says he is confident of being cleared of "scurrilous allegations" of obstruction of justice and misbehaviour in public office.

Sinanan faces JSC Monday

47 summoned to seabridge enquiry
A total of 47 people have been summoned to appear before the Land and Physical Infrastructure joint select committee (JSC) of the Parliament in its enquiry into the problems on the domestic seabridge.

Le Hunte's Ghana citizenship revoked in 4 days
Public Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte said the good relationship he developed with the Government and people of Ghana helped him to get his citizenship there renounced in four days instead of the requisite two weeks.

Le Hunte ready to get down to work

Devant writes Ghana on Le Hunte
FORMER minister Devant Maharaj is asking the Ghanaian government to confirm that Robert Le Hunte revoked his citizenship in the African nation prior to his being sworn in for a second time as Public Utilities minister.

Ministry steps up fight against locusts in Rio Claro
The Agriculture Ministry says it is actively taking steps to control and, where possible, eradicate swarms of Moruga Locusts that have formed over parts of Rio Claro since Monday

Newspapering and media through the years
Though the technological advances of Britain's Industrial Revolution toward the end of the 18th century were generally slow in reaching colonial outposts in the West Indies, the printing press established itself as a significant exception.

San Fernando Hill fireworks attract thousands of spectators

$.95m bail for five in Grande teen's abduction
A 16-year-old Sangre Grande student is among the five people jointly charged with kidnapping a 14-year-old student of North Oropouche

Woman jailed for attempting to mail cocaine to Nigeria
A WOMAN who attempted to export $1.7 million in cocaine to Nigeria, via the Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation (TTPOST) about two-and-ahalf years ago

Fisherman found iguanas on floating mass of land
A heavily vegetated piece of land, said to be two to three acres and complete with wildlife, was up to yesterday still floating slowly some six to seven miles off Icacos in the Gulf of Paria.

UTT student stabbed to death
MONTHS after his mother died, 22-year-old university student Keeghan Subero was stabbed to death during an altercation with another man late Thursday night

'Ladders' dies at hospital, two days after being shot
PHILLIP "Ladders" Doldron, the 62-year-old man who was shot during a robbery at a Pleasantville bar on Wednesday, has died.

Teen charged with murder of 42-year-old man
LABOURER Noah Anderson Morenzi, 19, of Annabelle Street, Couva has been charged with the murder of 42-year-old Rodney Sookoo whose decomposing body was found on April 12 in an agricultural area

Two Venezuelan women among six held with guns and ammo
POLICE yesterday morning arrested two women, 18 and 19, of Tucupita, Venezuela, after they searched a house in Penal and found one Smith and Wesson revolver, one King Cobra revolver and 204 rounds of assorted ammunition.

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