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$5M for Liat flights to Tobago
Posted: Sunday, April 8, 2018

$5M for Liat flights to Tobago
CAL foots additional costs for air bridge

Cabo Star resumes sailing today

Sinanan orders audit into dry-docking of T&T Spirit

Hotels near full for Easter
Despite the ongoing sea bridge problems, the Ministry of Tourism says some properties in Tobago recorded above 75 per cent occupancy during the Easter period.

Data Protection Act not proclaimed
..UNC did nothing wrong—lawyer

Prakash: COP broke no law
Former legal affairs minister on data mining scandal

Judgment day for UTT?
... 'all the money done'

All clear for Manzan highway
NIDCO chairman Herbert George said there was too much misinformation about the project in the public domain.

Help the suffering Venezuelans, pleads MP
OPPOSITION Member of Parliament for Barataria Dr Fuad Khan is making an appeal for the Government to review its policy related to Venezuelans seeking asylum in Trinidad and Tobago as their country continues to collapse

Malaria and sick animals from Venezuela too
Outside of the influx of Venezuelans entering the country legally and illegally as they seek refuge away from the brink of starvation

Guns, sex for food
Activists: Venezuelans exploited by local criminals

Five Africans held at detention centre for 2 years

Brace for industrial action from postal workers

Wreckage from Russian rocket on Mayaro shore

Sacked Sport Ministry worker's tale of woe

PCA: Train cops to deal with mentally ill
The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) says it does not endorse the proposition that citizens should not call the police for assistance if they are in danger from mentally ill persons.

PCA: Cops must help the mentally ill

Govt dragging feet on police station for Enterprise

Venezuelan teen killed
A teenager with dual citizenship in TT and Venezuela was killed on Friday night, leaving officers stumped for a motive.

Fisherman's son on rescue mission
A close relative of three fishermen abducted at sea, on Thursday, has taken a brave step to journey alone in search of the missing men.

'Let them go'
"PLEASE let my family go. They have not done anything wrong."

'Go home, make love to your husband'
Expert relates what police told domestic violence victim

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