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Melissa killed for $7000
Posted: Monday, March 12, 2018

Melissa killed for $7000
MELISSA Tricia Emmanuel took a chance and ultimately paid with her life, when she went to collect $7000 from an acquaintance in Port of Spain on Friday evening.

My daughter was 'put in place'
Mom of shot woman suspects robbery as motive:

The five-year-old had been picking leaves from a tulsi plant outside the two storey house his family rents in Coolman Trace, Fyzabad around 9am yesterday when a portion of a concrete wall fell on his little body.

I did all I could
FORMER chairman of the Port Authority of TT (PATT) Alison Lewis, who resigned last Thursday, said she did all she could to improve the inter-island seabridge.

Lewis: I will not return to Port

Moonilal suggests ministerial interference
Oropouche East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal is questioning whether former chairman of the Board of Commissioners at the Port Authority (PATT) Allison Lewis resigned because of ministerial interference.

Imbert: No need for a shutdown
MINISTER of Finance Colm Imbert is not confident that a two-day protest shutdown of Tobago, will result in any amicable outcomes

Amede: Discussions on Tobago shutdown ongoing

Tobago fishermen: No EMA approval for Studley Park jetty project

Nidco blames rain for delay of highway extension
Inclement weather is to blame for the delay in the completion of Package 2A of the Solomon Hochoy Highway Extension to Point Fortin.

Pro League seeking Cabinet help; cites $20m allocation for CPL

Deyalsingh: T&T eyes Spain for organ transplant

Muslims claim police provocation at sando rally

Diplomatic efforts to find T&T family detained in Jordan
Efforst are being made at diplomatic levels to establish contact with authorities in Jordan concerning members of a T&T family

Repairs completed at St Benedict's College
CLASSES are expected to resume at St Benedict's College, La Romaine today as the school's sewer system has been repaired.

Dressed like a bride for funeral
WHILE she never got to enjoy a traditional Hindu wedding, Rachel Madoo's body was dressed in a red and gold sari for her funeral yesterday, and her face was adorned like a bride.

Mickela: 'Kamla blanked me'

Pan and calypso reign at Music Festival

'...PM behaved like a gangster'
...says Opposition MP David Lee, who questioned why the People's National Movement (PNM) is not assisting Government Minister Maxie Cuffie with his medical bills.

7 women held in Woodbrook raid
...crackdown on street prostitution in Woodbrook on Saturday night.

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