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Posted: Thursday, February 15, 2018

Taxpayers have shelled out approximately $1 million for the medical bills amassed locally by Communications Minister and La Horquetta/Talparo MP Maxie Cuffie for his medical treatment at a private institution.

It was no joke
PM: Legal hiccups in terror threat case

PM on terror threat: It's not a joke
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday made it clear that the terror threat to disrupt this year's Carnival festivities was real.

Muslim groups talk to Dillon today
Several Muslim groups are expected to speak with National Security Minister Edmund Dillon by today on recent detentions of people - including a woman and two mosque leaders - during the probe of a plot to disrupt Carnival 2018.

Govt bringing Anti-Gang bill to House again

No water for DESALCOTT shuts down
An unplanned shut down of the Point Lisas Desalination Plant would cause disruption to water supply in parts of Central and South West Trinidad.

NCC hat-trick for Ronnie & Caro

Soca Kingdom takes Road March

Machel: 'I wasn't ill', Fake news, says Chinese Laundry
Questions surrounding the soca star's health came up after an article in the Trinidad Guardian reported that Montano fell ill after he came off a Tribe music truck at the Socadrome on Tuesday.

Marginal increase in student attendance

Mayor vs cops try to end las lap in Sando

Mayor wants apology
Cops shut down Sando last lap

Baby in the band
A female masquerader was scolded by police officers on Carnival Monday for jumping up in a band with a six-month-old baby.

Blows for dancing mom

No wining criminals arrested
There were no reports of unwanted wining by masqueraders and spectators

Vendors count losses after Carnival
VENDORS at upper Frederick Street opposite Memorial Park, on Carnival Tuesday complained of lost sales because of the lockdown on streets around the Port of Spain jail.

Grim Carnival for families of missing fishermen

Mothers argue over child's body
A mother of two, who lost custody of her son Ishmael Phillip, nine, when he was just a toddler, yesterday faced off with the boy's step-mother

Bandit shot after robbing taxi driver
One of the men suspected to have robbed KFC of $120 last week, was shot by police after robbing a taxi driver last night.

Two held in KFC carpark with guns
Two men were arrested in the carpark of a fast-food outlet on Carnival Tuesday with two loaded handguns.

Body in the dump: Throat slit
The body of a man was found at the Forres Park Landfill in Claxton Bay on Wednesday.

PCA probes Carenage murder case
THE POLICE Complaints Authority (PCA) has launched an investigation into police handling of reports by Samantha Isaacs, who was murdered in Carenage last December.

Mama Pimp on the run
A Morvant woman who is believed to be involved in organised prostitution involving teenage girls remained in hiding yesterday

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