SLOW BOAT TO 'BAGO
Posted: Friday, January 12, 2018
SLOW BOAT TO 'BAGO
...is to be procured by Government from a shipbuilding yard in Singapore to be put into operation on the seabridge.
Lawyer: Police service failed to institute threat assessment
Attorney Thalia Francis-Brooks: "I simply want to update you that Mr Johnson has in fact sought asylum in the UK where he had his request approved and now he is in a protected environment."
Kamla wants to revisit Anti-Gang Bill
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar says Parliament should not wait until the end of September to revisit Anti-Gang legislation which failed to get the support of her party in December.
Govt agrees to meet Opposition on legislation
Petrotrin chairman: Union, company must work together
On Wednesday, the OWTU staged a protest at Petrotrin's Trinmar operations during which OWTU president general Ancel Roget warned workers of job cuts to come at the state entity.
Supersad goes ahead with Raj at Chutney Monarch
US cold snap was a freak of nature, quick analysis finds
Siesmologist: Learn from Honduras quake
Morne Coco Road littered with garbage
Residents of Morne Coco Road in Petit Valley can expect some relief by the weekend from garbage dumped indiscriminately along the road, says councillor Catherine Mendez.
Marina's house goes downhill
...family appeals for help
Memories of Jahmai Donaldson
Donaldson is a prominent character in a book by Newsday columnist Debbie Jacob, Wishing for Wings.
Trou Macaque still under lockdown
in an effort to flush out criminal elements and seize illegal arms and ammunition.
Police warn protesters: 'We will arrest you'
Couple held after foetus found at Bird Sanctuary
According to police, the man and woman were reporting an unrelated incident to officers when the police made note of certain things the man was saying.
Soldier in court for Soriah's murder
A soldier charged with the murder of his almost 23-month-old daughter appeared before a Sangre Grande Magistrate yesterday.
SRP among four charged for Belmont kidnapping
Four men were each granted $250,000 bail yesterday after they appeared in court charged with unlawfully detaining a man in Belmont and locking him in a car trunk.
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