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SEABRIDGE COLLAPSE
Posted: Friday, February 9, 2018

SEABRIDGE COLLAPSE
THE TT Express, the only passenger ferry in operation on the TT seabridge, is out of commission because of rough seas two days before the Carnival weekend

Sea bridge link sinks
CAL tries to pick up slack to Tobago

Woman freed of murder after 12 years
IRA MITCHELL grew so frustrated waiting in jail for the past 12 years that she wanted to plead guilty to a murder she did not commit, she said yesterday.

Suspect in Tobago murder held
THE suspect in the murder of 24-year-old nursery school teacher Kayla Marie Cain-Solomon of Lowlands, Tobago, was captured yesterday morning

Carnival "threat" foiled

US, UK warn citizens, local Muslims angry
Assurances from Government on T&T's safety, immediate warning about T&T from foreign countries - and anger from some Muslim groups.

Relatives of one suspect claim police abuse
A Trinidadian who was detained in Saudi Arabia in August 2015 on grounds that he had links to terrorist organisations, was detained by police yesterday in a raid on his Mohammedville home

Plan to disrupt Carnival
FOUR men are in police custody after they were held in relation to an alleged plot to disrupt Carnival activities.

Families of missing fishermen hold out hope

A&V loses third injunction bid against Petrotrin
...or an injunction blocking State owned Petrotrin from terminating its agreement and withholding a $83 million payment over allegations of inflated billings.

TCL workers hope to meet management
Incensed that Trinidad Cement Ltd's (TCL) management failed to attend two previously scheduled meetings with their union, disgruntled workers marched defiantly to the company's Claxton Bay administrative offices

Judge mulls over appeal decision in highway lawsuit

Mom, son take South King, Queen titles

Final warning: 'Touch without permission, make a jail'

Another weed shipment stopped by cops
A 25-year-old man of Moruga, and a 29-year-old man of La Romaine, were allegedly caught by police with approximately $50,000 worth of the narcotics.

Students hear shots that kill labourer
Gunmen killed 21-year-old Jeremy Hernandez in the yard of his School Street, Enterprise property.

Armed bandits strike at Massy
GUN-toting bandits tied up a security guard, broke into Massy Super Centre at Marabella and stole a safe early yesterday.

Bandit covered in sheet robs liquor store
EXPENSIVE wine and champagne were stolen in a robbery at a high-end liquor store in Malabar this week.

'I just wanted to smell them'
A 53-year-old man who admitted to stealing six bras valued $2,000 to "lay on them and smell them" was jailed for a total of eight years yesterday by a Siparia Magistrate.



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