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Woman strangled to death in Freeport
Posted: Monday, March 5, 2018

Woman strangled to death in Freeport
According to reports, a 35-year-old man who knew Persad went to the Couva Police Station on Saturday and told officers he had strangled Persad, 42, of Ramsamooj Avenue, Chickland, on Friday.

Society must speak up about abuse—Thomas-Felix

Two more killed in separate incidents
A 52-YEAR-OLD San Fernando City Corporation worker was shot dead on Saturday night while walking with a friend near his home at the Roy Joseph Housing Development.

Judge stops promotion of cops
...until she gives a ruling on a lawsuit filed last year by a group of police officers who challenged the promotion exercise

PCA: 17 complaints to DPP
For the year 2016 to 2017, West added that the PCA similarly sent 80 public complaints about the police to the Commissioner of Police (CoP) for action.

Williams wants a return of values
ACTING Police Commissioner Stephen Williams is advocating for a social re-wiring to improve society.

SWRHA working on issue
Cramped neonatal unit 'infecting' babies

Nafeesa: I am not trying to drive a wedge in the Muslim community

Social Development Ministry reintroduces direct deposits for grants, pension

Devant: New property tax laws vulgar removing powers which were previously given to the Commissioner of Valuations and the President, and place them in the hands of Finance Minister Colm Imbert.

Still no clarity on how tax will be calculated

High winds rip off roofs in Caparo
While hundreds of residents braved extensive floods in East, Central and North Trinidad yesterday, three families from Todd's Road, Caparo, were left seeking shelter...

Big $$ losses after Pigeon Point takes a pounding

CAL to provide 1,220 flights to Tobago in March
The airline was called into action last month to accommodate displaced sea bridge passengers on the air bridge, in the absence of the TT Express ferry

$2.35m more to be spent on ferry retrofit before it is ready for the ­inter-island seabridge.

Pharmacist dies after robbery
A 65-year-old pharmacist was shot dead on Saturday night, in the driveway of his Diego Martin home.

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