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$17,000 fine for $1.56M Cocaine charge
Posted: Thursday, May 24, 2018

Cops in shock, DPP promises to probe issue

Sat stands his ground
Licks for rejecting hijab-wearing OJT

Widespread condemnation of act

Thomas-Felix: Bring laws to deal with sexual harassment
INDUSTRIAL COURT president Debra Thomas-Felix: "Many of our songs are riddled with sexual undertones"

Mayor: Security cameras for Port of Spain
Crime a major concern

Duke: OSH Agency more corrupt than police

State to pay software firm millions
...owed for hosting and managing the TT Smart Card system on its platforms.

Moonilal: No problem with a Jack comeback

Mickela: New party taking shape
FORMER MP Mickela Panday says the groundwork to develop her new political party is under way

Barbados elections today
For the first time, two political parties, the BLP and UPP, are being led in an election by women (Mottley and Eastmond).

Thunderstoms over Galleons Passage
...with heavy rainclouds hanging over it and fears that it might get caught smack bang in the middle of a developing storm in the Caribbean Sea.

PM views vessel at Incat
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley and his delegation yesterday got a first-hand look at a vessel being built at Incat's shipyard in Tasmania.

Women hurt more by climate-change

Why she do this to me?
Kunti's husband depressed

Venezuelan men plead: 'We are dying at home'

Reduction in children charged for criminal offences
...45 per cent reduction in the number of children charged for criminal offences from January 1 to May 19, 2017, as opposed to the same period for 2018.

Relatives of shooting victims allege negligence at San Fernando General

Girl's family accepts THA's offer for burial

Screams lead to search of pond for child

Woman wins $120,000 judgment
Partial disability after being hit by cricket ball during a class at the University of the West Indies' (UWI) Open Campus

Freeport family tied up, beaten, robbed
POLICE are investigating a home invasion at Uquire Road, Freeport at about 2am

Police investigate student chopping
TOBAGO police are investigating a chopping incident on Tuesday evening after which Deshawn Guy, form three student of Signal Hill Secondary School

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