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Day of death
Posted: Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Murder in Tobago, 2 bodies in burnt house, 2 men shot dead
Day of death

Body in burning house identified as Dominican woman
...elderly man also dies

Body on highway causes traffic jam

Drive-by is Tobago's 9th murder

Miss TT Queen stripped of crown

Disqualified: Miss TT/Universe stripped of title

JCC concerned about $436M contract to Namalco
...calling on the National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) and Government to revisit the $400 million contract for the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway extension to Manzanilla and potential contracts to Namalco, valued at $436 million, for the Point Fortin Highway

Inshan Ishmael on gun charges
Businessman and television talk show host Inshan Ishmael was granted $300,000 bail by a Justice of the Peace in the Chaguanas Magistrates Courts yesterday.

New CoP must be people-centred

Trini charged for faking kidnapping
Trinidadian Sawak Maraj, 33, who was charged for faking his own kidnapping in Guyana and demanding US$700,000 in ransom from his family

Bail or jail? Trini in court for faking kidnap in Guyana
...bail denied

FBI kept tabs on ‘Father of the Nation'
In order to secure their Chaguaramas base, the United States Navy's Naval Intelligence Department urged the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to contact Dr Eric Williams' ex-wife for any "dirt" in his personal life that they might feed the Opposition to beat him in general election.

Nat'l Congress approves UNC Nov elections
The congress, held at the Shiva Boys' Hindu College, Clarke Road, Penal, was attended by a large contingent of supporters, who all unamiously voted by a show of hands, cheers, whistles and horns

Mayor seeks funding for homeless shelter in city

EBC head, no relation of Minister
Chief Elections Officer Fern Narcis-Scope is not the first cousin of Minister of Public Administration Maxie Cuffie, the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) said yesterday

Long Circular taxi fares rise

No TB outbreak at Cumana Anglican

Kimberly's secret life revealed after suicide
Kimberly Teelucksingh, who committed suicide the evening before she was reportedly due to graduate with her law degree, was not a university student.

Did he die? Police want to know
A video posted on Facebook on Monday showing the limp body of a man being dragged out of the Valencia River after he tumbled in head first, has raised concerns, even among police officers.

Loaded shotgun found in restaurant washroom

Woman claims late salary forced her to sell ganja
Fallen on hard times after her husband, a CEPEP worker, was not paid four consecutive salaries, Adana Stewart decided to sell marijuana as a supplement income.

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