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Posted: Friday, September 22, 2017

Rowley asks citizens to welcome Dominicans devastated by Hurricane Maria

Rowley opens T&T doors to Dominica
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has proposed that this country open its doors and waive immigration restrictions so that Dominicans left homeless in the wake of Hurricane Maria can find shelter in T&T.

Rowley offers TT as refuge for Maria victims

Emotional Dominica PM laments: I am homeless

PM Skerrit weeps for Dominica
Cancer patient walks 21 miles for help after Maria

15 dead in Dominica after Maria, many still missing

Coast Guard provides swift aid to Dominica

Guyana offers land for hurricane victims

School spaces available too: Garcia

PATT has 11 vessels to choose from
...the new process "was a public tender advertisement in the newspaper and anyone was free to tender."

Rowley: I called Vidya too
Rowley also called Petrotrin employee Vidya Deokiesingh after word of the energy company's alleged "fake oil" issue broke recently.

A&V Officials: We have proof our oil is real

Contempt of Parliament
Kamla knocks PM, Young for attack on Mark:

CWU welcomes Elias' departure
CWU Secretary General, Clyde Elder, said Elias' departure provides the Government with the opportunity to replace him with "someone who actually has telecommunications knowledge, skills and experience to lead TSTT into the future."

Retired cop takes CoP to court
A high court judge has granted leave to a retired police corporal to challenge a decision of the Commissioner of Police to reclassify his sick leave without any explanation.

Suspect in maxi-taxi driver's murder held

5 charges for man in MIC stand-off
The charges include possession of a firearm to endanger life, possession of ammunition to endanger life, shooting with intent, false imprisonment and common assault.

Worker shot dead at health centre
Member of Parliament for Couva South Rudranath Indarsingh is calling for a review of the security at all public institutions, following the murder of a 23-year-old Claxton Bay man outside the Couva Extended Care Centre yesterday.

Attack on mom, child condemned
The suspect in the stabbing incident on Wednesday which left a woman and her 12-year-old daughter hospitalised, was expected to appear in court next Friday as the woman obtained a summons for a restraining order.

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