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Posted: Tuesday, September 12, 2017

PRESIDENT of the Police Social and Welfare Association Insp Michael Seales is calling on police to be resolute and stand their ground when being challenged by people intent on preventing them from carrying out their duties.

Kamla: Slain soldier was a hero

Petrotrin probes allegations of massive fraud made public by Kamla

Khan blasts Kamla on Petrotrin contractor talk
...attempt to politicise the matter was unfounded and ill-advised.

Roget calls 'fake oil' a big scam
PRESIDENT General of the Oilfield Workers Trade Union Ancel Roget rarely agrees with Opposition Leader Kamla Persad -Bissessar, but yesterday, the union boss supported her call for an investigation into the “fake oil” scandal at Petrotrin.

12 Trinis evacuated from St Maarten
FOLLOWING the aftermath of Category Five Hurricane Irma, which battered the Leeward Islands and Florida

Irma survivors tell tales of fear

Heavy rains cause floods, landslides
REPORTS OF fallen trees, flash flooding and nine landslides were made to the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) as a result of yesterday's bad weather

Met office: More rain to come

CLF shareholders owing lawyer money
SHAREHOLDERS of CL Financial (CLF), who are seeking to prevent the conglomerate from being liquidated and who have said they are willing to repay $15 billion debt owed to Government...

Ramesh not paid so quits CL case

Agriculture Minister urges food security
FOOD security systems, consumers and public health assumed full focus at the closing activity of the technical cooperation project of the codex committee for Latin America and the Caribbean at the Hyatt Regency Hotel yesterday.

Devant disappointed with Young's Sandals response

Tobago hunters can apply for State game licenses from Monday

Tableland protests for better roads
FROM AS early as 7 am, scores of protestors braved the inclement weather to protest bad roads in the Robert Village, Tableland area yesterday

CPL chief says security at final was adequate

Judge: Where are the body cameras for cops?

Trinbagonians not good at resolving conflict
Carmona laments:

Relatives: He was a pest
ALLEN Walker, 27, who was among four men who tried to rob a supermarket in Barataria yesterday morning, was shot dead by the owner of a licensed firearm.

We're getting no closure
ONE of the two men shot dead in a police raid at First Street, San Juan on Friday, is believed to be 27-year-old Christian Lewis from Mon Repos, Morvant.

Service to country says priest at soldier's funeral
A CALL has been made for citizens to take a vow in service of country and learn from deceased soldier Lance Cpl Marcus Gay, who was killed during a shootout with assailants at a wake in Moruga last Tuesday.

Three vehicles recovered, cops detain three
THREE PEOPLE aged 23, 29 and 56 of Cumuto were arrested on Sunday afternoon and three stolen vehicles seized during an anti-crime exercise in the district.

Burnt police officer dies
A POLICE detective, who is believed to have set himself on fire at his Arouca home last Sunday, died at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex (EW MSC) shortly after midday yesterday.

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