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Posted: Wednesday, September 13, 2017

AT LEAST one Trini has been confirmed among the 37 (up to news time) people killed as a direct result of Hurricane Irma which last week slammed into several Caribbean countries as a monster Category 5 storm

Mom, grandson taken by wave
Trini a casualty to Irma in St Maarten

19 evacuated...coming home soon
NINETEEN Trinis who had to be evacuated from Dutch St Maarten to Antigua in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma's devastation are to return home soon.

Govt pumps $500m into Sando redevelopment

Rowley returns from California check-up
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley is back home. He will be speaking on several national issues tonight at the third in a series of "Conversations with the Prime Minister" at the St Augustine Secondary School in St, Augustine from 8 pm.

Landslides in North Trinidad
HEAVY rainfall yesterday led to flooding and landslides in parts of Northern Trinidad.

Kamla calls for freeze on assets
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley must take action on the "fake oil" scandal, says Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar, who last night called for a freeze on assets to recover millions allegedly defrauded from State-owned Petrotrin.

'Oil fraud': chamber wants speedy conclusion to probe

Minister: Illegal to stop accepting GATE students
Tourism school: No $$ from Govt

Children's Authority orders Tobago orphanage to close
In a release yesterday, the authority stated that the home's manager has been notified that she was not authorised to receive any child into her care at this time and failure to comply would lead to the initiation of legal proceedings.

Ramadhar writes Rowley over news reports
...over issues raised in a recent news report as to whether political interference was exerted to remove the head of Special Branch

Nursing students protest non-payment of stipend

Student's suspension bashed online
THE SUSPENSION of a fifth form Princes Town Secondary student for highlighting teacher absenteeism and early dismissal of school due to a faulty air conditioning unit

Dying for her baby

Couple turns up in London
A FRANTIC search for La Romaine couple Harold Howard, 82, and wife Gloria, 70, who were reported missing since last week ended yesterday when it was revealed that they were alive

Mom sues ministry over son's death
THE mother of a man who died after being knocked down by a car in 2015, has instituted legal proceedings against the Ministry of Works and Transport

Teens released from police custody
THREE teenagers were released on Monday, seven days after being arrested in connection with the stabbing murder of 44-year-old Tabatha Richards and an attack on Richards' daughter during a heated argument over a man.

Foreigner murdered, body dumped
DOMINICAN Republic national Esther Echavarria Rodriguez, 26, was stabbed to death and her body dumped near an overpass in Chaguanas.

4 on 'coke' charge
FOUR men were each granted $100,000 bail by an Arima Magistrate before whom they appeared on charges of conspiring to traffic $18.4 million in cocaine into New York.

Another Chinese restaurant robbed
Another Chinese restaurant being robbed has been caught on tape again and circulated on social media.

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