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Judge: Greater equality for same-sex couples
Posted: Saturday, June 30, 2018

Good Samaritans restock soup kitchen
A feeling of outrage over the theft of supplies at the soup kitchen at the Holy Cross RC Church days ago has now turned to joy following an outpouring of love and support from the public.

Cry for help: Nothing but silence
No one has contacted the relatives of missing nursing assistant, Sharday Emmanuel, with information on her whereabouts. And her father, Junior Emmanuel, is praying for a miracle.

Judge: Greater equality for same-sex couples
Hairdresser to pay $30,000 to former lover

Imbert lays Galleons reports in Parliament
Finance Minister Colm Imbert tabled reports on the Galleon's Passage acquisition which UNC Senator Wade Mark demanded during Tuesday's Senate.

Bittersweet win for wife
Cancer centre found guilty in Smokey's death

Our hands tied with repatriation process
Immigration Officers yesterday said that while the situation at the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) in Aripo is a very sensitive one they added that "their hands are tied" with respect to speeding up the repatriation process.

Dillon: Govt seeks to remedy riots at IDC
National Security Minister Edmund Dillon has assured that Government will address the "remedies to deal with the root causes" of the riots at the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) when the investigation into the "nature and causes" is completed.

Trini family facing deportation starts online petition
Peter Dipnarine and his family have lived in Edinburgh, Scotland, for almost 14 years but are unable to pay the 7,000 visa fees, which are due every two and a half years.

Chaguanas residents face off with police, army
After shooting of alleged gangster

Woman shot: Central residents block road
Residents of Enterprise and Longdenville took to the streets yesterday afternoon and blocked roadways after a woman was shot.

Speak truth about impasse
The Trinidad and Tobago Association of Private Secondary Schools (TTAPSS) is calling on Education Minister Anthony Garcia to speak the truth.

Con artist jailed for fleecing prospective car buyers
A 36-year-old driver who tricked two people into giving him a total of $30,500 as a down payment for a vehicle has been jailed for 16 months.

PSB, PCA start probes
Officers from the Professional Standards Bureau (PSB) have launched an investigation into the shooting death of Keon Moore, 24, of Crown Trace, Enterprise, along the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway on Wednesday.

CDA probes mystery US bank account
The cash-strapped Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA) is now probing a mysterious US bank account opened in the period 2011-2012, with a US$1.4m deposit, although there was no Board or Ministerial approval.

CARIRI examines food fraud
FOLLOWING the 2013 Brazilian horse-meat scandal where beef supplies were adulterated with horse flesh and after other concerns were raised at a joint select committee meeting, the Caribbean Industrial Research Institute (CARIRI) will next week host a one-day conference on Food Fraud: Prevention and Mitigation.

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