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Posted: Friday, September 8, 2017

ALREADY battered by deadly Hurricane Irma, Antigua and Barbuda is today bracing for a new threat - Hurricane Jose, which is forecast to become a "destructive category four system"

Barbuda PM: I'm horrified and saddened

Florida Trinis brace for Irma
TRINIDAD and Tobago nationals are among thousands of Florida residents bracing themselves for the onslaught of Hurricane Irma which is due to make landfall in the United States by tomorrow

CAL cancels flights

Where do we go?
AN epileptic mother of five, among them two autistic sons, has now found herself with no place to live after the courts deemed her and her family illegal tenants...

PNM chairman: Rowley's absence has nothing to do with polls

PM must take firm grip on Cabinet
Two political analysts yesterday urged Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to take a firmer grip on his Cabinet in order to rebuild the population's confidence.

Kamla: Rowley runs away as TT in crisis
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has accused Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley of running away and leaving TT in crisis.

Kamla: I said Rowley couldn't lead

Result of hard decisions made

$22M for forestry workers
SOME 2,225 workers in the National Reforestation Programme will be paid $22 million in wages for August and September, Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat told Newsday yesterday.

Vet: 40 dogs dead
THERE is an outbreak of Canine Distemper Virus in South Trinidad and one veterinarian has reported at least 40 dogs dying from the virus within the last month.

Wife: Cuffie is progressing
MINISTER of Public Administration and Communications Maxie Cuffie remains in hospital but doctors are happy with how he is progressing

Father of one critical after being hit by falling steel beam
...a steel beam which came loose from a pile being transported on a truck at Pointe-a-Pierre near Petrotrin.

Banks warn against text messages requesting banking info
KEEP Your money safe. This is the warning from the Bankers Association after the circulation of "unauthorised text messages" which request conconfidential banking information.

Alexandrov calls it at day at FSC

Police, army patrol tense Fifth Company
After fatal shooting of soldier in Princes Town:

I have zero confidence on Govt tackling crime
Son of ex-curator on mom's killing:

Man reunited with child bride
A 17-year-old from Aranguez, who allegedly went missing after eloping with her 28-year-old boyfriend last month, has surrendered to police.

Police dismiss rumours of attorney's arrest
SENIOR POLICE yesterday dismissed rumours that a warrant had been signed by a High Court judge early yesterday for the arrest of an attorney who has close ties with the United National Congress (UNC).

Jail for sniffing cocaine to climb tall coconut trees
A MAN who climbs coconut trees for a living, confessed on Wednesday to a magistrate in San Fernando that some of the trees were so high, he used cocaine to climb them.

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