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New leads in Joshua's killing
Posted: Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Cops go after new leads in Joshua's killing
According to new information Joshua Andrews was part of a gang and was believed to have been involved in a shooting that occurred on Sunday night where 37-year-old Andrei Pereira was killed.

Relatives of murdered PH driver: He was warned

After shocking murders: Ministers meet with traumatised pupils

Schoolmates of boy murdered in Morvant: We heard the shots

State funeral to be held

Jean: I miss him a lot
Husband of 50 years

T&T's only non-lawyer President
George Maxwell Richards, who was sworn in as T&T's fourth President on March 17, 2003

PM: He was a true patriot
Tributes pour in for Max Richards:

Tobago moves closer to self government

Minister: Land distribution to ex-Caroni workers almost completed
The distribution of agricultural land leases to former Caroni 1975 workers as part of their VSEP package is 80 per cent completed.

Lawyers against new criminal policy
The new judicial policy introducing sanctions for accused persons who fail to disclose their defences at the start of their criminal cases is being met with stiff criticism from defence attorneys.

OWTU plans Trinmar shutdown today

Garcia: Pupils to carry less books to school
Efforts are being made to reduce the number of books primary school children take to school as greater emphasis must be place on more teaching time.

Ministry tackles school feeding wastage
Meals from the School Feeding Programme will be provided on a needs basis

Why is it so chilly? Blame winter storm

Missing Anita's children waiting, hoping
Awaiting results of a comparison of dental records

Fake cops involved in home invasion
THIEVES pretending to be police officers robbed a Guaico man of his car and cash last night.

Father tells court he robbed grocery because his children were hungry
...but he claimed the police framed him with marijuana and ammunition.

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