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Documents vanish
Posted: Friday, July 27, 2018

Documents vanish
CEPEP $1.5b over 3 years unaccounted for

2 cemeteries closed, corporation head cites murders

MP: Mayaro not ready for floods
TWO months into the rainy season, Mayaro MP Rushton Paray has again expressed dissatisfaction with the work done in the sprawling constituency

Hayde wants PSC probe of CoP information leaks

RFHL reports near billion-dollar profit
IMPROVED performances from its overseas investments have helped Republic Financial Holdings Ltd (RFHL)

'Private pharmacies cannot afford $68,000 for CDAP'
Pharmacy board president:

28 years after 1990 coup attempt

Political analyst: Robinson gave up his government
28 years after coup attempt

Rudder: We're far from being emancipated

No word on Maxie's return
THERE was no official word yesterday as to when La Horquetta/Talparo MP Maxie Cuffie will return to TT.

Judiciary working to clean up health threat
The Judiciary said yesterday that it is willing to work with the San Fernando City Corporation and other State agencies to resolve a public health threat in the heart of the city

Complaints about corbeaux, pigeons in kitchen
Snake men visit Point Fortin hospital

NGOs warn govt on marijuana

No clear winner in libel lawsuit
RIO CLARO businessman Ashmead Mohammed has partially won his lawsuit against two media outlets over a series of reports which labelled him as an Islamic State (ISIS) fighter.

Rio Claro man loses defamation lawsuit

Dillon: Let everyone act on crime
NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon is urging each person and each community to ask themselves, "What can I do to prevent crime?"

HIV claim fake, says THA official
An official from the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) has spoken out against what he says is an attempt to tarnish his name by persons claiming he had contracted HIV.

Court orders CoP to grant athlete gun licence
No response to application after 6 years

Man to pay for smashing ex-common- law wife's car windows

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