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$10 billion to fight crime annually
Posted: Saturday, March 24, 2018

UNC MP: $10 billion to fight crime annually

Charles: Only funeral homes thriving
He made the statement yesterday while contributing to debate in Parliament on a private motion on the Government's failure to diversify the economy.

Make the country safe
Oilfields Workers' Trade Union (OWTU) president general Ancel Roget

Govt must bail us out
Seabridge woes cost Tobago businesses $750m

Ferry crisis costing taxpayers millions
The Superfast Galicia, which had been servicing the inter-island route since 2014 at a cost of US$7.4 million (TT$48.1m) annually, sailed out of T&T waters last April

Webster-Roy: Nobody in Tobago suffering
That was the angry message yesterday from People's National Movement's Tobago East MP Ayanna Webster-Roy to United National Congress MP Ramona Ramdial in Parliament.

Petrotrin gets two new directors

Too many women magistrates angers attorney
THERE are 31 female and ten male magistrates and this fact has incurred the wrath of an attorney who has lodged a complain, perceiving it as a judicial imbalance.

Camille: $8.5m to upgrade Hilton pool worth it

Colm tells public: Buy units in Clico Fund

UNC grills Security Minister in House
Opposition MPs in Parliament yesterday grilled National Security Minister Edmund Dillon about the US court matter in which he's currently involved - but Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi firmly stood by Dillon.

Seales challenging continued suspension
ACTING CoP Stephen Williams has been threatened with legal action if he refuses to reverse his decision to keep ASP Michael Seales, president of the Police Social and Welfare Association, on indefinite suspension.

Attorney: The public has tried and sentenced supect in quadruple murder

Lawmen gear up for 'Fused Response' training
Exercise Fused Response is an annual routine exercise that has been sponsored by the US Government via the US Southern Command since 2012

Principal: 'Barber' teacher went overboard
"We are not supposed to cut the children's hair," he explained. "What we supposed to do is contact the parent, and as I was informed, the teacher tried to contact the boy's parents, but was unsuccessful."

Vagrants taking over San Fernando…
THE city of San Fernando has now become a haven for street dwellers with an additional influx of 65 street dwellers now living on Harris Promenade.

Relatives: The Devil killed her
The 29-year-old murdered mother and the foetus lay next to each other in a purple coffin during their funeral service

Jamaican wins appeal on cocaine charge
A Jamaican man who was sentenced by a Tunapuna magistrate to three years' hard labour for trafficking cocaine in 2014, has won his appeal.

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