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Government starts land acquisition for Curepe overpass
Posted: Sunday, January 14, 2018

Government starts land acquisition for Curepe overpass
$221 million overpass and ancillary roads at the intersection of the Southern Main Road and the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway.

6 companies tendered for ferry in November

Dillon: Govt tackling financial crimes
According to Dillon, white collar crime has reached epidemic levels and Government is addressing the issue head on.

Detainees in limbo: TT, foreign govts unwilling to foot transport bill

NY City, T&T go different directions in crime fight
In 2014 in an effort to improve the operations of the TTPS, then national security minister Gary Griffith met with the the NYPD's deputy commissioner John Miller with the goal of twinning the two police forces.

Kambon hits US president's insult to Africans and Latinos: Denounce Trump

Haiti and the Caribbean stands proud

Public to get limited invites to Max funeral

State $$ wasted on Chutney Soca Monarch—Eversely
The Government should look and see where they are channelling funds into and they should really put a lot of funding into the primary schools and the secondary schools.

Female pan pioneer, 79, still going strong
Pannist, lecturer, pan pioneer Daisy James-McClean

Enough Iz Enough...Women, men come forward
A social media conversation triggered by the brutal murder in December of Samantha Isaacs, who was shot to death and her body dumped on a road in Carenage, has given rise to a local movement against gender-based violence.

Milly happy after being granted asylum
Deyone "Milly" Guiseppi fled this country five years ago after being bullied, harassed and victimised for her sexual orientation and sought asylum in a European country.

Roget, Abdulah go after cop for spraying residents during protest
Sixty-year-old Joycelyn Neptune, who claimed she was injured when a police officer hosed down a group of protesting villagers in New Grant last week, has reported the incident at the Princes Town Police Station.

'Diamond Cut' murdered in San Juan
The body of 40-year-old Leonard De La Rosa, aka 'Diamond Cut', was found yesterday at the Rim Repair Centre on Aranguez Main Road, San Juan

Woman, 20, injured in hit and run accident
...relatives call on driver to surrender

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