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Posted: Sunday, June 3, 2018

Agriculture Minister calls for investigation

EOC reminds public: Illegal to deny employment based on religion....
Maha Sabha hits statement

Buffalypso, high price for taxpayers
Minister of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries Clarence Rambharat says the buffalypso has been a financial burden on the country's taxpayers for decades.

2% sex convictions ‘shocking'
In the Senate on Tuesday, Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi reported from the year 2000 to the present there were 13,630 sexual offences cases and the number convicted was a "whopping" 321 or 2.35 per cent.

Tricia's torture after domestic violence
On April 2, 2004, St John, of south Trinidad, almost met her death as she lay in a crouched position on her neighbour's front porch feeling each impact of the swinging blade.

No love triangle in Williamsville killings
Heeralal's relatives are accusing the woman of creating mischief while Baldeo's relatives accused her of being "in denial".

Daughter clears mom's name
After Williamsville double murder

Child gangsters
Anti-gang law goes after minors in gangs, parents

Health minister in hot water with nurses
During a tour of the Neonatal Unit at Sangre Grande County Hospital, Deyalsingh, in response to questions from reporters, said the ceiling "never touched the nurse."

Neurologist: MS patients treated with 20-year-old drugs

TTUTA standsby SBA demand
The TT Unified Teachers' Association (TTUTA) is standing by its position that teachers would no longer mark school-based assessments (SBA) from September unless they are compensated

Mariano: PNM polls MIA
No date yet on party elections

Times tough for teachers

RBC seeks to recover money from ex-business school boss
...initiated legal action for debt recovery against former executive director of the renamed Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business (ALJGSB), Prof Miguel Carillo for the sum of $95,846.44

No work done after one week in Cuba
Despite arriving in Cuba last week Saturday, no work has yet begun on the Galleon's Passage.

Proud mom gives birth to 50 at zoo
A boa constrictor rescued from a residence in Diego Martin gave birth to 50 baby snakes at the Emperor Valley Zoo on Thursday.

Self-imposed curfew at Rampanalgas

Brazen shooting in Curepe casino

One Pop shot dead by cops
Police reports are at about 6.40 pm on Friday, Cunupia police were carrying out a warrant exercise near Boodram Street where they saw Raymond acting suspiciously.

Please come home Hailey
WHOEVER is housing missing 12-year-old Hailey Kinsale would feel the brunt of the law, warned Southern Division police yesterday.

Vishnu won't leave just so
Missing fisherman's family

Innocent man clings to life
Oropune residents sorry for vigilante attack as

Mom calls for probe into baby's death
Hot car tragedy in British Virgin Islands...

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