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Posted: Wednesday, December 6, 2017

$5 million robbery at Piarco Airport
THREE men today pulled off a $5 million heist in the Piarco International Airport.

Armed men in uniform rob Piarco Int’l Airport cargo compound
Police are said to be on the scene at the Piarco International Airport's cargo compound where armed men were said to have robbed a cargo cart of a quantity of cash on Wednesday.

After being deemed a flight risk by the State, multiple-fraud- accused Vicky Boodram was yesterday denied bail by a Port of Spain magistrate before whom she appeared on a charge of escaping lawful custody.

Isolation for Vicky
Suicide attempt forces Arouca prison to make special arrangements

Vicky, two cops and girlfriend appear in court

Cops accused in jailbreak fail to secure bail

Big expenditure by PP makes international headlines
AG: We'll probe US$10M for MORI

Coastal erosion blamed for collapsing Matelot road

Crackdown on sex dens—Young
The Counter-Trafficking Unit, working with other law enforcement agencies, will be focusing on disrupting operations at known "places of ill-repute" to deter demands for commercial sexual services

Angostura serves Waithe with pre-action letter
Fixin T&T head Kirk Waithe has been served with a pre-action protocol by attorneys representing Angostura Ltd and its chairman Dr Rolph Balgobin, over a "highly offensive" and "defamatory image" published by the watchdog group on its Facebook page.

Wade Mark wants A&V oil contracts suspended

Trade Minister in talks with NFM
There will be no immediate increase in the price of flour. This was the assurance given by National Flour Mills (NFM) officials to Trade Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon during a meeting on Monday afternoon

TT on EU blacklist
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi yesterday said he already told the country to expect that it would be placed on the latest European Union (EU) report as a, "non-cooperative jurisdiction for tax purposes."

Fewer dengue, Chik V and Zika cases in T&T
Deyalsingh at vector management workshop

Bartlett calls on Rowley to intervene in vending issue
Despite receiving threats to her life, San Fernando Business Association president Daphne Bartlett has renewed her call for Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to rescind a decision by San Fernando mayor Junia Regrello to allow vending on High Street

Youth leader: PM too busy to meet with me

Activist: Private sector can help young people
Officer Derrick Sharbodie, manager and founder of the St James Police Youth Club, is calling for more private sector involvement in addressing issues which affect the nation's young people

Methodist students told, forego test for protest
David's reinstatement to the school on November 8, after a sexual molestation charge against him was dismissed in the San Fernando Magistrate's Court, has sparked outrage by parents and teachers.

House torched, woman, daughter hurt
Arson attack in St Helena

Decomposing body found in Las Lomas
Homicide detectives are trying to determine a motive for the chopping death of Las Lomas resident Naresh "Lordie" Seepersad.

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