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Posted: Friday, June 15, 2018

President tells nation

Violence is not Islam
President Paula-Mae's Eid message:

PM, Opposition Leader call on citizens to unify

PM must apologise
Jordan detainee's denial stuns Muslim heads

Young: Terror threat is real
SANGRE Grande resident Keegan Roopchand's "script" that the Carnival terror threat was a hoax is wrong.

PM meets security heads Monday

Govt fiscal position getting stronger
Central Bank report:

Tobago budget set for June 25

Investigation clears corporal in Grand Bazaar shooting

Minister Young: Gov't restructuring SPORTT
Ramnarine who was handed his instruments on May 10, 2017, will be replaced by current Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board (TTHB) president Douglas Camacho.

Beaten woman: I forgive him
FOUR days after she was brutally beaten with a gun butt by her ex-lover, Kemba Olufemi, 56, said she was left emotionally scarred but...

12 reports of elder abuse each month

Marlene hospitalised
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh: "I am here with her now, I can refute rumours that she had a heart attack or stroke, she is comfortable, she is awake and alert and speaking,"

Marlene falls ill

Let others benefit from your death, gangsters told
Donate your organs

19 held in PoS raids
Nineteen people were held in two separate exercises in Laventille and Belmont between Wednesday and yesterday.

Investigation into list has begun find the source of three lists of men believed to be members of a notorious gang which began circulating on social media earlier this week.

Judge recuses self from police negligence case
His recusal was based on the fact that the relative's lawyer, Keith Scotland, is a member of the legal team representing him (Ramcharan) in his ongoing case for drunk driving.

No news on missing fishermen
NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon has said there have always been "problems" on both side of TT and Venezuela's maritime borders in terms of protecting fishermen and ensuring maritime laws are adhered to.

Shot businessman dies during surgery
Police investigators said yesterday they are working on information that Gill had been threatened bygang members who had been demanding "tax," which he refused to pay.

Attack on doubles vending family
Saying they have instructions to kill, three men tied up a Freeport couple and robbed them at gunpoint on Wednesday night.

Enterprise woman rescued by passer-by
The attack is the second for the week in which the victim was beaten with gun butts.

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