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Posted: Thursday, April 19, 2018

Creating positions without approval, laptops for board

Imbert: Signs of economic recovery
ACTING Prime Minister Colm Imbert has hinted that TT may be experiencing an economic recovery after several years of negative growth.

PM: Inaccurate reports affecting T&T growth

Shifting to local foods
While there has not been much change in the price of basic food items, retailers are seeing changes in shopping trends, with consumers buying more local items and careful with their spending...

Reduction in reported serious crimes, police say
There has been a 17 per cent reduction in reported serious crimes during the period January 1, to April 14, when compared to the same period in 2017

PanTrinbago coup
Forteau eyes legal challenge to bands' vote

Dulalchan takes on Police Complaints Authority
...over the authority's handling of a 2011 complaint against him.

Govt made no error
AG Al-Rawi debunks HDC case failure

AG: Not so fast Jearlean

27 TT laws discriminate against gays
He was asked to comment, at a press conference yesterday, on Government's position on a High Court judge's determination that two sections of the Sexual Offences Act were unconstitutional.

British Prime Minister commended by Caribbean

Defrauding govt is stealing from poor
Robert Le Hunte declares

Political appointees on contract since 1998
...system which allows government ministers to directly hire personal staff on contract has been in existence for the last 20 years.

Seaweed still affecting Mayaro
Beach houses, restaurants and other small businesses continue to be severely affected as large quantities of sargassum seaweed wash ashore along Trinidad's east coast.

AG to verify reports of TT woman sentenced to death in Iraq
GOVERNMENT is making enquiries regarding reports that a TT woman was among six people sentenced to death in Iraq for having links to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

South businessman charged with fraud

Dexter's wife charged with murdering him

Two charged with murdering oil worker
TWO men from Princes Town are expected to appear in court this morning jointly charged with the murder of 29-year-old Daniel Cooper, a father of one from Vistabella.

Cedros fishermen and ‘Shakti' still in Venezuela

Man stabbed to death in Princes Town
The victim has been identified as Shaquille Baptiste, 24, of Claude Street, La Romaine. Police said Baptiste worked as a "PH" taxi driver.

Ammo in palm plant
MALABAR police yesterday found ganja and ammunition hidden in a palm tree, during an exercise conducted in the Northern Division.

Cocaine and cucumbers: Vegetable stall vendor arrested

Psych assessment for murder accused, 17

Heartbroken woman cries for dead calf
Wants calf exhumed for DNA test

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