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Posted: Wednesday, November 15, 2017

15 cases in flood-hit areas

Rowley hits Immigration protest:
Govt won't tolerate this

PM not off to China, yet
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley will not go to China to meet President Xi Jinping at month-end

School feeding limps along the 87 caterers who are owed millions by the Education Ministry for services provided since May, are yet to be paid.

UTT workers protest
Staff of the University of Trinidad and Tobago, in fear of losing their jobs ahead of a planned restructuring, yesterday took to the picket line

Discussions on Warner's legal bill ongoing

Diplomatic post for Makeda in Geneva
Antoine is the founding president of the Heliconia Foundation for Young Professionals and was the female Youth Officer for the PNM Fyzabad constituency.

Kamla: Revoke appointment
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is calling on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to revoke the appointment of Makeda Antoine as this country's Ambassador to the United Nations Office in Geneva.

EBC: No date set for Barataria by-election

Kamla: We'll sue over Chief Elections Officer
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar vowed to take legal action to undo the appointment of Fern Narcis-Scope as chief elections officer on several grounds of alleged unsuitability

Reinstate me or else
Dismissed Port Authority of T&T acting CEO Charmaine Lewis has written to the board chairman giving them until Friday to reinstate her or face legal action.

St Mary's board responds to allegations: What abuse?
...the home has been in existence since 1857, supervised by the Anglican Diocese, and has housed over 2,000 children.

Ordered to pay back State $3M:
Schol winner appeals

Families stranded as Icacos road caves in

Burglars strike Babwah's house
Burglars using a blow-torch broke into the Lange Park, Chaguanas, home of the President of the Used-Car Dealers Association Visham Babwah on Monday and carted away an undisclosed sum of cash and jewellery.

Bank teller charged with fraud
A 25-year-old bank teller, who allegedly attempted to defraud Republic Bank Limited of almost $29,100, appeared in the San Fernando Magistrates' Court yesterday

Female bullies attack daughter
Nakpangi Joseph, whose daughter has been a victim of bullying by a gang of female students at the Barataria North Secondary School

Three shot dead hours apart
Tobago records 10 murders for the year

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