Posted: Wednesday, April 4, 2018
Ferry parked up as engine part in Tobago
Galleons Passage going around in circles
The Galleons Passage is still anchored miles off Honolulu, Hawaii, waiting to berth.
$350,000 worth of marijuana seized on the Cabo Star
Cause of Fire on Trini Flash not yet known
Execute your jobs faithfully
Weekes tells new EOT, FTC commissioners:
Paula-Mae with mom in Diego
Taxpayers to get value for money
Local contractor Unicom Ltd has been awarded an $89.9 million contract for restoration and ancillary works on President's House in St Ann's.
SWRHA CEO: No overcrowding at Sando hospital
They're being hypocritical
Padarath on Govt's silence on $150,000 settlement
Social Development Ministry: No dismissals, contracts expired
No extra pay for absent Carnival police
...disciplinary action had been taken against officers who failed without "reasonable excuse" to show up for work on Carnival Monday and Tuesday.
Improve ways of executing maintenance warrants
Single Fathers Association calls on cops:
Police still looking for Venezuelan child bride's parents
They also confirmed they were liaising with the Immigration Division of the Ministry of National Security and the Venezuelan Embassy to find her family and return her to them
Second brother charged with soldier's murder
EMA: Ill-treating leatherback turtles can cost you $100,000
Body found at Caura identified
Even after Shazard Ken Ali, popularly known as Trixie, was found dead on Monday, his many friends cried justice saying that his "murderers will be punished."
Man, 70, charged with sexual penetration of girl, 12
The court heard he had no previous convictions or pending matters and works as a part-time taxi driver.
Woman strangled, man surrenders to police
TWENTY-year-old Christine Chunsingh was yesterday reportedly strangled by a man, said to be her boyfriend, after they got into a heated argument.
No justice for hit-and-run victim
FIFTEEN days after his brother was struck by a speeding driver and left to die on the side of the road, Shivanand Rampersad is demanding justice.
Ganja to ease divorce frustration
SO frustrated was he by the contents of a divorce petition, vendor Richard Kalla, 43, decided to smoke marijuana to help him ease his mind.
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