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Dumas: Make CoP process simple
Posted: Sunday, February 4, 2018

Dumas: Make CoP process simple
"We have this convoluted process now of putting up a name and getting a firm, the name goes to the President and he then issues a notification to the House and then the House debates the matter..."

The land is mine
Dulalchan said he would clear the air on Wednesday on how he got a licence and subsequently a farmers badge to take possession and develop land once owned by the defunct Caroni (1975) Limited in less than five months

Voice a favourite at Calypso Fiesta
Cheers for Cro Cro's anti-PNM song

Semi-finalists hit hard at Calypso Fiesta

Venezuela crisis fuels exploitation in T&T
There are an estimated 40,000 Venezuelans in T&T.

Rosalind's back
After taking a break from mas for Carnival 2017, mas designer Rosalind Gabriel returned to win the large band category at the Red Cross Children's Carnival yesterday.

IDB report on murders in TT Africans are victims more than Indians

FFOS take Sinanan to task

Govt HIV unit not functioning

IR laws causing low productivity
Work ethic in T&T Part 3

Prison officers get mental health training
Mentally challenged people are being allowed to stay in the prisons because they are being refused by the mental institution.

Teen cancer survivor celebrates in Carnival J'Ouvert Glow

Sailing the seas at 71
Peter Quentrall-Thomas is the first Trinidadian to make a solo crossing across the Atlantic Ocean, travelling almost 3,000 miles, non-stop in 19 days.

Police work hampered by lack of vehicles
The work of police officers from 12 stations in the Northern Division is being hampered due to limited vehicles. Over a dozen vehicles need to be repaired.

Valsayn residents use drone in crime fight

Three killed by cops were innocent, claim relatives

Search for suicidal suspect in killing of Tobago teacher
The search continues for the man who bludgeoned to death Tobago nursery school teacher Kla Marie Solomon-Cain on Friday.

Parents spilt over child in porn video
Child Protection Unit officers say their investigation into a child pornography video has stalled after a child who is suspected to be the victim denied that it is her in the video.

Mom: Charge my daughter's abuser
Two years after her daughter complained that her father pushed his finger into her vagina, a 33-year-old Sangre Grande mother is questioning why no charges

Stepfather accused of sex assault on girl, 10, surrenders

Revenge killing of St Joseph man
Akiel Ottley, 32, of Wharf Trace, St Joseph was found outside Leslie Chan's Hardware, Riverside Road, Curepe.

Two men escape police custody

Suspect escapes La Brea police
...about two hours after police detained him in connection with a series of robberies and fire-related offences.

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