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WASA weighs property seize
Posted: Wednesday, November 22, 2017

WASA weighs property seize
Errant customers still owe $500

Corruption probe at entity well advanced—Young
Government is moving full speed ahead to clean up corruption at the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA).

Change of heart
Piggott came under fire on Monday when he failed to attend a JSC meeting on the EFCL, with JSC chairman David Small warning a summons would be issued for Piggott to attend the next hearing.

Flooding in Weston Trace, St Mary's Village, Moruga

Cop accidentally shot by colleague suffers stroke
Days before she was due to be discharged from the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Corporal Roxanne Sealey...

Shot cop takes a turn for the worse

Fixin T&T: Bar owners fear victimisation
Petition against Angostura

Healthcare not a factor in mother's death —Deyalsingh
Hospital authorities said the woman died from a medical condition not associated with poor hospital care

Help on the way for Natasha Navas
Minister of Social Development and Family Services Cherrie-Ann Crichlow-Cockburn has reached out to former Chaguanas Mayor Natasha Navas.

Police in Tobago move to stem crime wave
The Divisional Commander of Police in Tobago, Acting Senior Superintendent Joanne Archie, says the police are on the ground and will be proactively working to ensure that crime on the island is kept at a minimum

Fatal shooting in Arouca

HIV-positive man convicted of raping infant
SIXTY-ONE-YEAR-OLD retiree Conrad Matthias cried after the jury found him guilty of raping a five-year-old child.

Murder link probed in Hillview College break in cameras stolen

Sixth form footballer confesses to drug dealing
A sixth form pupil confessed when he appeared before Chaguanas court on Tuesday charged with the possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.

Hole in the wall gang: Supermarket robbed

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