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Posted: Thursday, June 14, 2018

Dillon leads security forces on Laventille walk

Serial rapist/killer gets 27 years

Jordanians tortured me
Trini says he was given scripted ISIS plot

I repeated their lies to survive

100 hours community service for Sapna
THE woman who falsely told police she and her six-year-old son were kidnapped

No complaint from PM Gonsalves
GOVERNMENT has not received a formal complaint from St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves about TT's foreign exchange challenges affecting Vincentians.

Obika mortified that Ministry cannot verify data
Energy Ministry cannot currently verify production data from oil and gas extraction companies.

Death threats for LGBTQI advocate
After condemnation of Archbishop

T&T can be leader in medicinal marijuana

Richards: We should move YTC

Is the squad car 'submarine' worth saving?

Ashton Ford: PNM helped Hindus
THE track record of the PNM including support for disabled student/attorney Veera Bhajan and construction of the Hanuman statue proves it is not biased against Hindus

UTT professor under probe
A University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) professor is under probe for using obscenities in the classroom as he spoke to students.

Cussing UTT lecturer stressed by video leak

Intervening in a crime? Exercise caution says Dillon.
This was the view of National Security Minister Edmund Dillon yesterday as he weighed in on the incident on Monday in which Kemba Olufemi was repeatedly beaten with a gun butt by her ex-lover Lloyd Logan

Missing man found dead
Murder in Hermitage Village

'Shotta' shot dead in alley
Murder in Carenage

Man arrested with loaded gun in bar
Police arrested a 23-year-old man of Brazil Village, Arima, on Monday after they searched several people at a bar in the Eastern Borough.

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