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Man, 87, found stuffed in barrel
Posted: Saturday, October 7, 2017

Man, 87, found stuffed in barrel
After cops sent on bogus abduction hunt...

Double murder in Malick
The two dead men have been identified as Tarique Daniel and Reinaldo Cassano, both of Sixth Avenue, Malick.

Ayers-Caesar wins round 1 v AG, JLSC
Justice David Harris yesterday granted leave to Ayers-Caesar, via email from Tobago, to file for judicial review against the JLSC and the Attorney General, who is representing the President, over decisions regarding her "purported" resignation as a judge.

Casino workers, maxi drivers protest outside Parliament
Protesters lined outside the Parliament building in Port-of-Spain yesterday to make good on their word of expressing their dissatisfaction with the 2017/2018 budget.

Speaker puts Imbert out twice from debate
...after Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar complained of being disturbed during her budget reply delivery.

Young: PP spent $80m to operate Galicia

Farmer welcomes $100,000 incentive

Ocean meeting raises over $7 billion for marine protection

Govt owing $4m to Cancer Society—Laquis
Chairman of the T&T Cancer Society George Laquis said Government has not contributed funds to the organisation for the past two years and was currently owing some $4 million.

Guyana finds more oil
ExxonMobil Corporation has announced it made a fifth new oil discovery after drilling the Turbot-1 well offshore Guyana.

3 friends killed in accident
Three families are in mourning today after a fatal road accident yesterday claimed the lives of birthday boy Alex Lalla, fireman Romel Rambally and Kareem Simon.

Fake PH drivers held for robbing pensioners
Two cousins from Embacadere in San Fernando who pretended to be "PH drivers" and robbed elderly passengers are expected to be charged with several counts of robbery.

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