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Posted: Monday, July 2, 2018

Mom, 28, raising $ to fight aggressive bone cancer

First floods for 2018 rainy season
“We’ve received reports of flooding from Port of Spain, Couva, Princes Town, Diego Martin, as well as flash flooding in Tunapuna," local government disaster management coordinator Rishi Siew told Newsday.

Rowley rejects anti-Muslim talks
PRIME MINISTER Dr Keith Rowley has called for a rejection of conversations about anti-Muslim policies in this country. Rowley was speaking at the annual Anjuman Sunnat ul Jammat Association (ASJA) Eid dinner on Saturday night at Centre Point Mall, Chaguanas.

NGC report queries Cricket Board spending; Ganga calls for audit

Driver fights off bandits ...then shot by cops in error
In a series of unfortunate events, the alleged victim was shot by bandits, and then shot by police who mistook him for a gunman.

Burke out, Clarke in as IRO head
THE former interim rector of the Holy Trinity Cathedral, Dean Knolly Clarke, has replaced outgoing head of the Inter Religious Organisation (IRO) Barbara

Policeman, wife injured in accident
A policeman and his wife are at the San Fernando General Hospital in serious condition after an accident on the Solomon Hochoy Highway in Gasparillo yesterday morning.

215 gangs under police watch
ACP Hackshaw: Officers trying to quell gang violence

AG on anti-terrorism bill: We could be blacklisted
ATTORNEY GENERAL Faris Al-Rawi yesterday made an appeal to the Opposition, to reconsider their position on an anti-terrorism bill, which is expected to be debated tomorrow. He told Newsday yesterday, if the bill is not passed, TT could be blacklisted by 190 countries, and face severe sanctions.

House Speaker advocates for better care
30 per cent of TT suffering effects of mental health

Man shot by cops still hospitalised

Youth urged to plant the land
Phoenix Park Gas Processors Ltd’s Lara Joseph says this country has become so westernised and commercialised that home gardening is now seen as something for only old people.

Electronic process for license plates from this week
Used car dealers believe a new proposed system to be used by the Licensing Office to electronically issue vehicle registration numbers at random is a recipe for corruption.

Police find ganja, ammo in woman’s home
A 48-year-old woman is expected to appear in court today charged with possession of marijuana and ammunition.

Detainees tell of medical woes
Minister of National Security Edmund Dillon is today admitting that there are major issues affecting the smooth running of the Immigration Detention Centre in Aripo, chief among them being the repatriation of detainees who have been there for several years.

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