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SSA gets directive to spy on cops
Posted: Monday, May 14, 2018

SSA gets directive to spy on cops
Minister of National Security Edmund Dillon is taking a not so novel approach to keeping members of the T&T Police Service on their Ps and Qs on the job.

Chinese businessman killed in home invasion
A Chinese businessman was shot and killed during an apparent home invasion at his De Graff Street Extension, Arima home yesterday, as he was doing chores around the house.

Police suspect hit in murder of Chinese businessman
A Chinese businessman was one of two men who were murdered in separate incidents between Saturday night and yesterday morning.

PM's China visit 'deepening partnership'

Pundit: Racism in UTT firings?
ARANGUEZ-based Pundit Satyanand Maharaj yesterday, in a statement, claimed most of the 30 lecturers given letters of termination on Friday from the University of TT (UTT) were East Indians and he is wondering whether the Government has any alleged anti-Hindu bias.

Retrenched UTT staff gets motivational talks from colleague

No conflict of interest—Authority
The appointments of Tobago Regional Health Authority (TRHA) deputy chairman Ingrid Melville to the positions of acting chairman and acting CEO are being viewed as an avenue for corruption.

Deyalsingh explains how additional $121m will be used
HEALTH MINISTER Terrence Deyalsingh says the $121 million in additional funding received by his ministry in the mid-year budget review will be split two ways.

Teen tells police: 'I was beaten and hung upside down'
A 13-year-old Cocorite schoolboy wept uncontrollably on Saturday afternoon as he told members of the Child Protection Unit (CPU) that he was severely beaten with a piece of cable by a close male relative.

Three women raped, assaulted
TWO women were raped in separate incidents on Saturday, while a third was abducted and fondled by a man posing as a taxi driver.

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