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Judge strikes out CRH injunction
Posted: Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Judge strikes out CRH injunction
FFOS to appeal

Highway injunction lifted: Work can resume

Cops seize $6.2m in ganja
Two men are expected to appear before a Siparia magistrate after a sting operation by South Western Division police led to the seizure of $6.2 million in compressed high-grade marijuana yesterday.

Galleons Passage hand over today
The name has been painted on the vessel and four local experts who travelled to China are satisfied that the Galleons Passage, the US$17.4 million catamaran purchased by Government for the seabridge, is ready for handover today

Mom killed, daughter hurt
Gunmen target Penal family again

Church, charity, school bodies still exempt from Property Tax

Maxi man shot by bandit, dies at hospital
Police said Mitchell was parked at the side of a road at Edinburgh 500, Chaguanas, when he was attacked. A video which surfaced on social media showed the attack on Mitchell.

Arima man gunned down
According to a police report, Sean "Muffy" Bowen was standing near Punette Avenue when he was approached by a lone gunman who shot him.

Desperate search for Coreen
...missing search Saturday

False alarm for Coreen’s family
As the case of missing woman Coreen Singh deepens, police believe a 27-year-old Cunupia man may hold critical information that can assist in their investigations.

Relative of missing teenager: "Angel will return home safely"

Mystery: Dad walks away from home, vanishes
A Tunapuna family needs help in in locating their 60-year-old relative Pularama Ramdhanie, who went missing from his Pasea home around 4.30 am. on Tuesday.

Child porn video not made here—police
The pornographic video showing a little girl being sexually assaulted by an adult male did not originate in Trinidad and Tobago.

Cunupia family claims school poisoned pet dogs

Angry bank customer takes it out on building
A man deliberately drove his truck into the front wall of the Sangre Grande office of the Agricultural Development Bank on Monday morning.

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