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Duke unimpressed by new ferry
Posted: Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Duke unimpressed by new ferry
"The boat is carrying fewer people between the islands... the travel time (from) two and a half hours to four hours and they are offering Toco as an alternative route."

TT$6million reward to free Rajaee
Sources allege:

Parliament committee told: Agri society languishing without assets

Injunction on highway extension extended

Garcia: No crisis at Costaatt
"Costaatt has no intention of retrenching any workers in terms of the proposed contraction of operations for fiscal 2018."

UTT staff protest again
In the second consecutive day of protest action by some members of staff at the University of T&T (UTT), the Minister of Education, Anthony Garcia, has agreed to meet with the representing union and UTT officials.

WASA to pay more for slipping house caused by water leak
...WASA ordered to compensate the couple for the damage to their home, varied his $2.2 million order to include an additional $10,541.79.

No school at Carapichaima Secondary
...teachers are staying away because of health and safety concerns over a pigeon infestation at the school.

Minister: Tuco gets $6.5m, but owes $4.2m

Splinter group calls for TUCO audit they say claims of mismanagement of funds and lack of accountability continue to surface.

Financial constraints force closure of Kalypso Revue

Rome sings first at Soca Monarch semis
...semifinals to take place at the Queen's Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain tomorrow.

Senator warns of accusations against A and V
"We have to be careful we do not try people on the streets and here in the Parliament."

More women at municipal police recruitment

Business community braces for the worst
After upsurge in shootings in west Trinidad:

Criminologist: Economic hardships in Christmas, Carnival responsible for high crime

"Kenny" tattoo only lead in Cunupia deaths
Police have not yet been able to identify the two bodies, one male, and one female, which were found yesterday in an open field on Mon Plaisir Road, Cunupia.

Signal Hill student knocked unconscious with brick

Ministry investigating school gun video
A 15-second long video, showing students of a St Joseph secondary school brandishing what appears to be a Glock .9 mm pistol

Suspect in $46,000 robbery fails to turn self in
During the robbery, the man dropped his cell phone which his victim handed in to the San Raphael Police Station.

Fisherman in court for Toco murder
Fisherman Tyronne Marryshaw appeared in court yesterday charged with the murder of another fisherman following a dispute of a missing boat light.

Shot in bed, while girl, 17, slept next to him
Garth Sansand, 28, of Machack Street, Foster Road, was shot in the head and died at hospital.

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