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Posted: Saturday, September 30, 2017

Minister in Finance Ministry confirms hard measures in 2018 package, but tells citizens to be patient

Cuffie to miss Budget
Public Administration and Communications Minister Maxie Cuffie will miss the presentation of the 2017/2018 Budget in the House of Representatives on Monday.

Off-duty cop on fatal bar robbery: KILL or BE KILLED
This was Constable Rory Manmohan's take on him firing at an armed bandit who had held him and a woman hostage during a hold-up at an Arima casino on Thursday evening.

Rowley in contempt
Kamla wants PM before Privileges Committee:

It's official: Marriage Act now law

Govt hopes for Dragon Field sign-off
The sales agreement for natural gas produced from the Dragon Field will hopefully be signed "a month or two" Energy Ministry Franklin Khan has said.

CLICO transfers $940m in Angostura shares
JUST three days before the 2018 budget, CLICO has transferred 61,677,011 Angostura shares out of its investment portfolio to another member of the CL Financial group.

Forensic audit coming
Petrotrin hires Canada firm for fake oil probe

Duke declares war on TRHA, health workers not paid

Edmond Hart dies at 94
Veteran masman Edmond Hart died yesterday at the age of 94.

Santa Cruz flood affected residents get corporation help

Solid reporting still critical
CNN VP on rise of social media:

Sheron walks as wife begs for him again
A heart-wrenching plea by Rachael Sukhdeo, wife of Sheron Sukhdeo, was enough to ensure a magistrate let the millionaire car dealer free on charges of breaching a three-year protection order.

223 patients affected by radiation overdose
Witness admits in McKenzie medical negligence trial

Worker injured in PTSC accident
Operations at the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) garage in San Fernando were shut down yesterday after a worker was injured after he was struck by a bus on the compound.

I'm happy to be free
Woman who planned husband's murder discharged

Carnival band not linked to political body

App for police misconduct cases

Foul play not suspected in woman's death
Neighbours said the woman slipped into a deep depression after her husband died earlier in the month.

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