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Judge orders they pay costs
Posted: Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Judge orders they pay costs
Homeless lose Tamarind Square fight

Tamarind Square lock-out: Homeless lose in court

Prison officers in sick-out action
Prison Commissioner William Alexander says there was an increase in absenteeism at the nation's prisons yesterday, in wake of a voice note circulating on social media...

405 murders since January

CLF shareholders blanked Privy Council access

Ganga: Kamla's leadership unassailable
As UNC National Executive meets today

3 challenge Duke in PSA elections
Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke will be challenged by three candidates in the union's November 27 election.

More ferry woes
Problems continue to plague the sea bridge as Caribbean Airlines had to schedule additional flights following the cancellation of sailings of the T&T Express on Sunday at 3 pm and 6.30 pm respectively.

Sinanan: Repairs scheduled before protest

Late salaries upset public servants

Smoke signals sent to Govt
Rousillac residents protest bad roads

Viv's daughter strikes back at critics

Party boat sinks with three aboard
The crew aboard the party boat "First Lady", had to abandon ship after the boat struck an unknown object on Saturday.

Charged with murdering ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend
A Diego Martin man is expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate today, charged with the September 17 murder of Amado Hernandez.

A handshake before death
COCORITE resident Sayid Callender was shot then stabbed after being approached by two men, one of whom greeted him with a handshake.

30 Latinas arrested in 2a.m raid
Officials from the Immigration Department are questioning approximately 30 female foreigners who were found at a bar in Penal yesterday morning.

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