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Posted: Tuesday, April 10, 2018

FIRED ! - Darryl Smith terminated by Rowley
A day after his demotion, Darryl Smith has been dismissed as a Government Minister. His only job now is that of Member of Parliament for Diego Martin Central.

PM reshuffles Cabinet amid calls to fire Sport Minister

Rowley takes on Housing, Darryl under his watch

Darryl downgraded

Sprint queen!
Ahye grabs gold for the women

LGBT community and allies make bold statement

Hundreds march for equal rights
Sinnette: Include sexual orientation in Equal Opportunity Act

Moses apologises to Dominica

Roget predicts more crime if UTT staff-cutting continues

Duke threatens to burn university degrees
Duke also threatened to burn university certificates and degrees in the public domain, because a lot of people cannot get work.

Duke warns of civil disobedience

Magdalena Grand not making money
JOINT Select Committee (JSC) chairman David Small says the core business of the The Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort in Tobago needed to be fixed and the vision for the hotel reassessed.

Agri Minister praises local poultry industry
As Arawak turns 20

No home for steelband
Old Tech Steel Orchestra kicked out of home base

AG: 321 jailed for sex offences
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi yesterday disclosed that in the last 16 years, 2002 to 2018, only 321 people have been imprisoned for sexual offences.

Venezuelan shot dead after robbery
Martinez left his job at West Mall, on Friday shortly after 7 pm and boarded a taxi to Port-of-Spain but was instead taken to Laventille where he was robbed of his cash, cell phone and other valuables, police said.

Boyfriend charged with Christine's murder
Chuniesingh was found dead at an abandoned structure on Hill View Drive, Arima after she and Paul allegedly got into an argument.

Baby monkey in court
The monkey, a protected animal under the Conservation of Wildlife Act, was expected to be sold by a Point Fortin man last Friday morning.

One-legged man gunned down in drive-by
Jessie Jeremiah, 27, of Enterprise, died at hospital.

Husband in ICU, wife charged with beating
Sookhoo is charged that between March 29 and 30 at Tarodale, San Fernando, she wounded Brown with intent to do him grievous bodily harm.

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