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Posted: Saturday, July 21, 2018

Govt blanks Williams' nomination, PM says

Williams rejected
3rd PSC nomination fails House test

Rowley to Opposition: I will not embrace a porcupine

Is Gary Griffith the chosen one?

Top cop's sons held with 1.5 kilos of marijuana
The men, aged 21 and 24, were arrested shortly after officers attached to the St Joseph Police Station raided a house at National Avenue around 4.30 am, after receiving a tip-off, and executed a search warrant for illegal drugs

Nidco asks Lloyd's to do fresh Galleons Passage survey
In the wake of Opposition calls for the public to avoid travelling on the Galleons Passage based on the issues raised in the Lloyd's Gap Analysis

Roget: National Crime Prevention Programme a sham

PM accepts ganja legalisation petition: Hope floats
Two weeks ago at a post-Cabinet news conference, Rowley said the issue of the decriminalisation and legalisation of marijuana was not a priority for his Government.

PM receives marijuana petition

NGC on SIS: Several inaccuracies by Maharaj

Ex-sugar workers march leads to locked gates

Cerebral Palsy Society to ramp up protests coerce government to open the National Enrichment Centre at Carlsen Field in Chase Village

The Carib Queen is dead

Children's Authority to probe beating of Baby Wyatt
Baby Wyatt was left with a swollen face as well as blisters and bite marks about his body after being beaten on Wednesday at Wendy's Little Angels Daycare and Pre-school, Third Street, Barataria.

Rambharat: 3,000 forest dwellers
OVER 3,854 people have each illegally made their home in the Forest Reserve in North-East Trinidad

Fraud Squad to probe 4 cases of 'land fraud'

400 retired public servants occupy Government quarters

Sunday lunch and Skype for good behaviour
Prison Service launches rehabilitative programmes

Guilty of killing fisherman, stealing boat engine
A man who was on trial charged with killing a fisherman at sea during a robbery pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter yesterday.

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