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Posted: Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Sinanan reveals 15,000 breaches at one location

Toney was not fired
Former chairman of the National Insurance Board and the National Insurance Property Development Company (NIPDEC) Michael Toney

T&T Express to continue seabridge service
The T&T Express which services thesea bridge and which was expected to go on dry-dock by today will remain in service for another two months in the absence of a replacement vessel.

Charles to DPP: Act on Emailgate
MP Charles called on the DPP to immediately conclude its determination on the matter, advise if necessary on culpability and clarify the way forward.

Petrotrin workers reject Deokiesingh again
Deokiesingh is currently the subject of a probe in the Petrotrin fake oil scandal and recently returned to work following leave.

Rose wants seniors' day

Ex-journalist granted leave
Former journalist Anika Gumbs has been granted permission by the court to challenge a police search of her St Joseph home in July.

Suspects held for transgender murders, police say it's not a hate crime

Husband of shot cop: She's done with policing
Harry James, the husband of PC Roxanne Sealy, who was shot and wounded at the San Juan police station in September, says his wife is recovering well after months of treatment

Elder brother of dead teen bandit charged for robbery
The 16-year-old school boy, who cannot be identified because of his age, was accompanied by his father when he appeared in the San Fernando Magistrates Court yesterday.

Family disputes drowning of prison escapee was his arm severed?

Pregnant accused gets bail
Kizzy Bernard, 38, was granted $200,000 bail while her brother Kenol Singh, 35, was granted $300,000 bail

Burkie helps police catch car thief
But in a telephone interview ...Burke said he was being targeted by the police and had in the past been discriminated against.

Karate champ fined $45,000
Under-employment leads to drug trafficking

Maloney highway protestors fined
Three Maloney men who were arrested during last week's blockade of the Churchill Roosevelt Highway during a protest for water were each fined $150 yesterday after they pleaded guilty.

Four charged with stealing gold from woman's mouth
...among other crimes

Murdered Shabana's parents pray for justice
19-year-old Shabana Mohammed was strangled and dumped in a drain behind her Santa Cruz home back in January 2015.

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