No back-door deal for new ferry
Posted: Saturday, February 10, 2018
Imbert: No back-door deal for new ferry
Finance Minister Colm Imbert has scotched Opposition claims that the US$17.4m price for the Galleons Passage passenger ferry may not be the real price.
Govt seals deal for Galleons Passage
Outrage on the Port
Stranded ferry passengers accuse Govt of ill-treating Tobagonians...
Suspects still in custody
Cops search San Juan home in Carnival disruption plot again
US troops helped T&T cops capture "high value targets"—CNN
World attention on 'imminent' terror attack in T&T
Trinidad and Tobago has been identified as the country, based on population size, where more of its citizens than any other have left to join ISIS to fight and die in a 'Holy War' in the Middle East.
Sniffer dogs, random security checks at Piarco
Security measures heightened to ensure a safe Carnival 2018 for tourists and citizens.
Terror threat fails to stop Canboulay crowds
Work stops again
FFOS gets second injunction in highway lawsuit:
Boy, 8, dies after iron pipe attack by relative
Ishmeel Phillips, of Rydale Avenue, Greenvale Park, La Horquetta, collapsed in an unconscious state at his home after the beating.
Golden Hands won without mercy
Vanessa Alexandra Headley created history as the only person to compose, sing and arrange a winning Panorama song.
One body found, two still missing
The body of Erin fisherman Edward Williams washed ashore in Icacos yesterday morning.
Girl, 13 begs public for help
I’m being pimped out by mom
Ex-bank worker on 31 fraud charges
Former bank employee Nikisha Winter-Roach has appeared before a Port-of-Spain magistrate on 31 counts of fraud.
WASA employee shot dead
Police said that they are bracing for reprisals as an alleged "war" is brewing between members of the community at Phase 5 and Phase 7, La Horquetta
Gardener shot dead at Moruga
OVER six years ago, gardener Roger Richard Singh survived a shooting at his home at La Rufin Road in Moruga.
Three child rape charges for guard, who gets bail
A SECURITY OFFICER charged with the multiple rape of a 12-year-old primary school pupil has been placed on $120,000 bail with the warning that he makes no contact with the alleged victim.
$120 robbery at KFC Port of Spain
During an armed robbery staged by three men, most stood still and waited for the ordeal to be over.
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