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Grief in Coalmine
Posted: Tuesday, February 27, 2018

5 families evacuated
Coastal erosion takes house in Cedros

Grief in Coalmine
Teacher slain by relative during quarrel

Neighbours said that Guevarra and the male relative were having domestic problems but they never expected him to use his licensed shotgun to commit murder.

Margaret tells of her torment in Facebook posts

State ordered to pay terror plot detainee's costs
The police's detention of 15 people in connection with an alleged terror plot to disrupt the recently concluded Carnival celebrations has already begun to cost the State.

Kamla: Was Carnival terror plot a charade?

Doma: PoS open for business
The Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (Doma) yesterday responded to various warnings and advisories about safety and security from diplomatic missions...

PM defends Cuffie's $2.49 million medical bill

Pay protest at Air Division grounds security copters
If there is a major national security threat over the next couple days, the state's response could be severely hampered because it is now effectively blind in the sky

More toilets, shade, upgraded seats for new ferry
THE Galleons Passage will be making a stop at world class Damex Shipyard in Cuba to do some enhancements, including additional canopies and additional toilets for passengers on the upper sundeck and canopies for the vehicle deck.

Ministry: Only few cases of HFM disease
There are only a few suspected cases of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease in T&T, according to the Ministry of Health.

No outbreak of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease

Union protests against Duke
PUBLIC Services Association (PSA) President Watson Duke was the subject of a union protest yesterday by PSA workers angered over the firing of eight employees.

Dead fish, washes ashore
PRESIDENT of the La Brea Fisherfolks Alvin La Borde is claiming sabotage after several species of dead fish and two decomposing pelicans, washed ashore

Another rape victim comes forward
Another woman who claimed she was raped by a man who posed as a professional photographer has come forward even as police renewed their call more victims to report their crime.

'Do you know this FB profile?' Cops ask for help

Shot man dies while wall is painted

Action coming for heavy bookbags

Ganja weeded out in Rio Claro
The police say they found 80 trees and estimate the crop to have a street value of $80,000.

East POS raids - ten held, machine gun found
...during an anti-crime exercise in the East Port of Spain district on Monday.

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