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FEAR IN CEDROS
Posted: Wednesday, February 28, 2018

FEAR IN CEDROS
...raging waters of the mighty Gulf of Paria continue to undermine the land on which the properties stand.

Residents of Bamboo Village in Cedros bracing for more damage

Sinanan: Ministry grappling with 850 landslides

Suspected killer has 50-50 chance to survive
THE suspect in the murder of Sangre Grande schoolteacher Margaret Guevarra may survive his gunshot injury.

Children hurt by 'disgusting' social media comments
The daughter of murdered schoolteacher, Margaret Ragoobar-Gueverra, has made a public appeal for people to stop making hurtful comments about her parents.

Are cops sharing gruesome crime scene photos?
...probe underway

You've been served
CHIEF Justice Ivor Archie says he believes there is a "concerted effort" to unlawfully drive him from office.

Sandals boss responds to US advisory Govt, citizens have roles to play

Cheque ready for chopper pilotsóDillon

A&V Oil and Gas loses in Privy Council
STATE-owned Petrotrin in now free to effectively terminate its multi-million-dollar contract with A&V Oil and Gas, the company at the heart of the "fake oil" scandal.

Low fence to stop dirty money in T&T
Agriculture Minister tells Senate

Deyalsingh urges influenza, HPV vaccination

Fuad: Should UNC bring back Jack?

Airports Authority defends 'open trunk' tow away

Families want $5M for death of loved ones
A CIVIL wrongful death claim for compensation has been filed by the families of three people who were killed by six police officers in July 2011.

'Fake' photographer in court for rape, indecent assault
A Cunupia man who alleged set-up fake social media profiles to entrap young women interested in a career in modeling, appeared before a Tunapuna Magistrate on Tuesday

'Bongo' and 'Ronnie' shot dead in Penal
HOURS after being released on bail on drug trafficking charges, a San Fernando man was gunned down in Penal on Tuesday afternoon.

2 freed of counterfeit money charge
TWO Chaguanas men who claimed they were framed by police in 2003, were freed yesterday of charges of possession of counterfeit money and possession of marijuana by a High Court judge



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