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Griffith gets official letter
Posted: Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Griffith gets official letter
...Contract yet to be ironed out

Opposition MP: Cabinet reshuffle was a slap in the face
Lee questioned why such a major announcement was made via Facebook after midnight last night.

'I'm always up for challenges'
Dillon shrugs off Security sacking

POA President to Young: Don't forget the prison service

Constituents' love split for Stuart Young
St Ann's West residents lamented that Young's new post will not be fulfilled because he does absolutely nothing for the part of his constituency that lies in in Cascade.

Police, Prison bodies keen on paradigm shift

NLCB to refund $1m in taxes
10% lottery tax blunder

EMA tackles illegal quarrying

Deyalsingh dismisses UNC health claims
...about discrimination taking place in TT's health sector.

Dementia expected to increase by 2030

Male patient attacks two nurses
Two nurses on Ward 32 at the Port of Spain General Hospital have been attacked by a 23-year-old male patient.

Suspect in ex's murder: Manhunt for cop
Police are now searching for one of their colleagues in connection with the shooting death of Parliament clerk Mariana Moonisar.

NGO head fined for ammo in container
THE DIRECTOR of charity organisation Stand Up for Abused Children was yesterday ordered to pay a $50,000 fine after ammunition was found among toys and children's items shipped from abroad.

Private Airport Security Supervisor on Cocaine Possession Charge

Woman jailed for keeping drug stash
A single mother who kept a man's marijuana stash at her home in order to obtain extra money to buy school supplies for her three children has been jailed for 12 months.

Woman 62, strangled, not raped—autopsy

Worker to pay $3,000 for torching vehicle
Unable to cope with having to end a love affair with his boss' wife, a man set fire to the employer's car during an argument.

Man charged with stabbing death
According to reports, around 4 am on the day of the incident, Gittens and De Souza were driving along Charlotte Street in Port-of-Spain when they became embroiled in a heated argument near to the Port-of-Spain General Hospital.

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