VS Naipaul dead
Posted: Saturday, August 11, 2018
VS Naipaul dead: Nobel Prize-winning British author dies aged 85
Novelist published more than 30 books in a distinguished writing career spanning five decades
COCOA IN THE SUN
US Embassy slams TTFA head over football visas
John-Williams: That's a lie and we want an apology
President of the TT Football Association (TTFA) David John-Williams said the statement from the US embassy which said he dropped the ball on visa applications for the Under-15 women's national team was an "outright lie."
Young: Gov't concerned over alleged Maduro assassination attempt
Young said discussions were held with certain Venezuelan diplomats to express relief and good wishes overMaduro's safety after the attack but said they were not interested in meddling in that country's affairs.
Young confirms: US $7.5 million upgrade for coast guard radar system
'Missing people are not trafficked'
Head of Counter Trafficking Unit:
Nothing to defend
PM on Cabinet reshuffle
Dr Rowley will win
Charles: Publish Dominica Report
...report of the probe into the fiasco of TT's objection to hurricane-ravaged Dominica's plea for a fees-waiver at the Organisation of American States (OAS)
Duke told to lead by example
Unions trade harsh words
Cabinet considers budget
THE Prime Minister is leading his ministers in planning for the upcoming national budget and the development programme at today's one-day Cabinet retreat at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann's, a statement from his office said.
Gary proposes $40,000 pay packet
Griffith said with the CoPs' current salary of $31,080 under the SRC, plus other remunerations, he could have applied for upwards of $60,000 pay packet.
Police Assoc head praises CoP for accepting $40k
Poor turnout at anti-crime meeting
Jearlean John crashes into lightpole
Belmont man held in robbery of journalist
Port of Spain CID officers yesterday held a 38-year-old unemployed man from Belmont in connection with the armed robbery of CNC3 anchor Khamal Georges.
Khamal's car found again
3 charged with kidnapping, rape of foreigners
Three men, among them a national from the Dominican Republic, have been remanded into custody after appearing before a Chaguanas magistrate charged with the kidnapping and rape of three women which occurred over the period July 25 to August 2, 2018.
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