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Posted: Saturday, April 28, 2018

Unreliable process
Negative SSC report on CoP, DCP selection

UNC duo object to 'ambush'
...after Government committee members yesterday laid a final report in Parliament which they did not see.

Judge sentences men for murder, rape and…

'Puss' set free
A jury of 12 found Cudjoe not guilty of murdering Steve Roopchand on April 19, 2009.

Rowley protecting Rohan
Rambachan slams PM

Moonilal: Sinanan transporting radar parts improper

Ramesh reveals 'secret' Petrotrin report
Copies sent to PM, Energy Minister

Immigration not in asylum
NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon yesterday made it clear that immigration officers are not involved with people seeking asylum in TT.

New offence proposed for Anti-Terror Bill
... it is geared towards people who praise or celebrate acts of terrorism whether directly or indirectly "in such a way that it may encourage others to commit a terrorist act or when there is an intent to incite the commission of terrorists..."

Pan Trinbago files suit
PAN Trinbago and its central executive members are resisting a move to oust them from office and have taken its former president Keith Diaz to court.

Fire in Edan's Centre
WHAT started as a small kitchen fire in Edan's Centre, San Fernando yesterday shut down almost half the city as firefighters battled the blaze for hours

PoS Mayor apologises
PORT of Spain mayor Joel Martinez publicly apologised to Charlotte Street vendors yesterday for deciding to remove them from Charlotte Street without consultation.

Trinis swept in Windrush
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley disclosed that some TT nationals, resident in the United Kingdom, were deported in the "Windrush generation” issue

Ministry awaiting report
THE Education Ministry is awaiting information from the police regarding a report that a female student was raped at a secondary school.

Central is now the murder capital of T&T

Father of teen attacker rejects help
An offer of counselling by the Children's Authority to the 15-year-old boy recently arrested for the alleged chopping attack on his mother was rejected by his father

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