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Count the Government out
Posted: Monday, June 4, 2018

Count the Government out
Rambharat closes door on buffalypso industry

After "vigilante" beating, man dies

Nothing to get if they are injured on the ward

Victim 'blind,' scared to even come off bed
Relatives dispute reports of hospital death

A&E not first come, first serve
Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments at hospitals do not provide health care on a first come, first serve basis.

Dillon hold talks on rainy season disaster plan
A statement from the ministry said discussions focussed on lessons learnt by all agencies following several incidents of flooding that seriously impacted communities in 2017.

Flaws found in CoP selection
The majority and minority reports of the SSC will be tabled in parliament on Wednesday for debate.

UTT to downsize
As part of its cost-cutting exercise, the University of Trinidad and Tobago is now looking at shutting down some of its 13 existing campuses.

Maha Sabha gets support on hijab issue
AN opinion poll conducted by the North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA) found widespread support for the position taken by the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS) on the hijab issue

Garcia: I never discriminated against Hindu students at Fatima

Fire hits PoS drag mall

Massy CEO to distribute recyclable bags
FOR the observation of World Environment Day,
Massy Stores CEO Derek Winford will distribute reusable recyclable bags to the public tomorrow.

Wife told not to attend husband's funeral
Dump truck killing

Jamlong staff: 'We are traumatised'
THE staff at Jamlong Casino, in Curepe, yesterday said they were still shaken after a gunman shot two security guards before escaping on Saturday afternoon.

Suspect in Rampanalgas shootings held

Ex-con killed in Tunapuna
Police are now investigating the murder of a vegetable vendor in Tunapuna yesterday.

Pensioner charged for stealing milk, ice cream
A 71-YEAR-OLD woman who stole Haagen Dazs ice-cream, Dairy Dairy milk and other items from a supermarket, told police she did it because "something came over" her.

Missing man found dead
The decomposing body of a 73-year-old man, who was reported missing last week, was found in bushes in Chaguaramas early yesterday.

'Penny' goes missing
THE last time anyone saw Winston "Penny" Corbie was in his community of South Oropouche on May 9.

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