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Supermarket owner killed in robbery
Posted: Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Supermarket owner killed in robbery
Franklin Wong, the owner of Wong's Supermarket in Diego Martin, was shot and killed after he attempted to fight back against bandits at his business place along the Diego Martin Main Road this morning.

Diego grocery proprietor shot dead in robbery
Murder toll climbs to 47 as...

Four murders in less than 24-hours: Three in Diego Martin

Gary leads three finalists for CoP post
The Police Service Commission has narrowed the search for T&T's next Police Commissioner and out of 20 applicants

Students fear closure of COSTAATT
COSTAATT's president Dr Gillian Paul gave the assurance that no such thing would happen, even though its six campuses had been operating with tight cash flow.

UTT president: I have no say in retrenchment

Karim: Rowley government broke its promise
Former Tertiary Education Minister Fazal Karim has condemned moves by the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) to retrench 287 staff members by month's end

PM, Tobago stakeholders meeting fruitful

Judge varies Manzanilla Highway injunction
...gears up to hear submissions on whether or not a lawsuit filed against the awarding of a Certificate of Environmental Clearance (CEC), allowing the highway to be built, should be allowed.

FFOS: Works have resumed in Las Cuevas
...despite the Environmental Management Authority (EMA) ordering a halt to works due to concerns about a turtle nesting site.

Energy Minister: Changes coming to work-permit rules to protect local workforce help address underemployment as well as ensuring greater transfer of skills to locals.

Govt shelves union's plan to rescue T&T
Sending workers home will trigger more crime and poverty, Joint Trade Union Movement leader Ancel Roget warned as he continued mass mobilisation in San Fernando yesterday.

Former education minister denounces emphasis on assessment via traditional exams

Quality song at Soca Monarch
Chairman of the Caribbean Prestige Foundation (CPF) Peter Scoon has said that this year's offerings for the International Soca Monarch are "quality songs"

Ravi Ragbir transferred by ICE from FL back to NY
TT-born immigration rights activist Ravi Ragbir has been transferred back to New York (NY) after spending about a week at the Krome Service Processing Centre in Miami, Florida.

Bodies wrapped in sheets, dumped in central Trinidad

Mom on $.5m bail for 3 guns

Murder accused stays silent
Ira Mitchell was charged by now Snr Supt Nazoor Hosein in 2006 with the murder of her uncle-in-law Balo Seurattan, 61, following a coroner's inquest.

Cocaine for toothache lands man in trouble

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