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Posted: Tuesday, September 19, 2017

IN WHAT police say is a first in this country, a gunman invaded the compound of a public education institution and placed the gun to a student's head while threatening to shoot him during a tense face-off with officers yesterday.

Hostage hell
MIC trainee has gun to his head for 10 minutes

PM refers Mouttet report to AG

Rowley hits corrupt Port
...while taking responsibility for the fiasco that resulted in the Tobago sea bridge being without a proper ferry service at present.

Rowley: Cabo Star offered to Port at much cheaper rate
...would have cost US$5,000-$6,000 less per day

Kamla not apologising to A&V Oil & Gas

A&V apologises to media
...for several incidents last week in which journalists from three separate media houses were verbally and/or physically attacked by persons aligned to that company.

Baksh makes presence felt
as Guardian, cops return to A&V Oil

PM takes responsibility
PATT must fix chronic issue but...

PATT pays $25m for trucks without Govt approval
On the heels of the irregular procurement process involving the Cabo Star and Ocean Flower 2 vessels comes word that another contract at the Port Authority of T&T (PATT) is now engaging the attention of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.

Annisette denies sex claim
SAYING the truth will prevail, Seamen and Waterfront Workers Trade Union (SWWTU) head Michael Annisette yesterday refuted sexual harassment allegations...

Armour: 'Systemic errors' led to High Court judge appointment

Bermudez installed as UWI Chancellor
UWI needs to start working with other learning institutions starting with primary school system to ensure they receive better prepared students.

TS Maria turns into Category 5 hurricane

Chance robbed at Beetham landfill

2 charged for stealing dead soldier's gun
THREE weeks after soldier Marcus Gay was killed in a shootout at a wake in Moruga

Police raid Ian Alleyne's studio
Alleyne claimed that the police, while holding a warrant, and facing no opposition from Synergy staffers, still broke down the door to his studio.

Paralysed man given eviction notice
HAVING been shot twice in the chest by bandits in 2012, Marcus Ganesh, 37, survived but is paralysed from his neck down

Griffith calls for pepper spray
In the wake of the deaths of former museum curator, Dr Claire Broadbridge and 76-year-old Chaguanas resident, Ramdevi Singh

Weekend exercises uncover drugs, guns, ammo

3 murders in 12 hours
THREE murders, committed in the space of 12 hours, are engaging the attention of police.

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