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POA relieved for now
Posted: Wednesday, November 8, 2017

POA relieved for now
Gun license applications before CoP to be fast-tracked

Prisons Commissioner: We are being targeted

We must stop criminal empires in prison—AG

AG to prisons officers: Help stamp out corruption in service
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi, yesterday, said the critical issue, which should be at the fore of the discussion of safety for prison officers, should be the identification and expulsion of corrupt prison officers currently in the service.

Drug store rapes
Bail for rape-accused pharmacist, accomplice in custody

Brothers orphaned as parents killed in hit-and-run accident

Teacher tried to repair damaged car
Fatal hit-and-run case

Exchange rate needs adjusting
IMF's latest report on T&T economy

UK,TT sign MOU on global security

Anglican Bishop: Sex abuse reports at children's home disturbing

Chamber: Rest Day hurts TT
"Our position is that in the current climate we need to be practical as to what can or can't be afforded."

Casinos hit Govt over 'treachery' planning to debate in the Lower House on Friday a measure to double taxes levied on casinos even before the Government meets the union for promised discussions.

Garcia meets with UTT board
The discussions were held at the Education Tower to address cost saving measures, maintaining the academic quality of the university, internal auditing and programme rationalisation.

AG: TT not grey-listed by FATF
Financial Action Task Force (FATF) – a worldwide agency which monitors the extent to which a nation is plagued by money laundering and funding of terrorism.

Report on 'fake oil' probe delayed

Rambharat: Mega farms under review
Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat says the concept of mega-farms is under review but he is in favour of giving more land to productive farmers.

TT Miss Universe stays positive

Fire destroys 10 Sea Lots homes
At least ten families were left homeless last night after a fire destroyed 10 homes in Sea Lots, Port-of-Spain.

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