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EARTHQUAKE! - 6.8 Magnitude
Posted: Tuesday, August 21, 2018

EARTHQUAKE! - 6.8 Magnitude
The quake happened at about 5.31p.m. lasted for almost a minute.

Griffith starts direct public info line
"This new initiative is aimed at building public trust and confidence in the areas of crime prevention and detection."

PM must clear air
Kamla: Big deals for Minister's wife's firm

No bad blood over dousing
Audain distributes Beetham flood hampers

'Sari protest' organiser thanks PM for apology

Dr Raj sends legal letter to Customs on sex toys ban

Shell gets first gas from Dolphin expansion

Serious policy concerns over PM's proposed housing bonds
The opposition MP said, asking primarily young aspiring home owners to invest in such a bond as a savings scheme for purchasing a house in the future spells disaster unless such a policy is embedded in law.

Fired URP workers collect service $$$
Minister Jennifer Baptiste-Primus yesterday accused the former People's Partnership government of terminating the contracts of 529 Unemployment Relief Programme (URP) workers for political revenge and retaliation.

3,500 fewer visitors for Carnival 2018

Entire class "ungraded" in two CXC subjects due to administrative error

Involved in an accident with bandits? Tips for drivers
"IF your car is bumped from behind or in front on a lonely road, keep your windows up, your doors locked and your foot on the pedal because this can be an attempt to steal your vehicle," police advised yesterday.

Woman robbed of car after 'fake' crash

Serial arsonist strikes again
The search is on for a masked man who police say is responsible for starting several house fires in San Fernando.

CID to examine bullet in engineer's death
INVESTIGATORS of the Port of Spain Criminal Investigations Department are expected to do additional analyses of the bullet which killed 56-year-old civil engineer Cecil Cravador, who was caught in the crossfire between an off-duty police officer and bandits

Ag Prisons Commissioner promises new security initiatives after weapons find

Duo charged with guns, grenade, bucket of bullets
Two men who were allegedly in possession of a hand grenade, firearms, ammunition and marijuana were each granted $950,000 bail yesterday.

Parent of slain teen insists: He was ambushed
The mother of 19-year-old Wayne Roy Samuel, who was killed during an alleged confrontation with police in Cocorite yesterday claims he was repeatedly targeted by officers of the Western Division.

Man shot during struggle with police
A car chase ended with a struggle between the driver and a police officer over the officer's gun at Calvary Hill, Arima, early yesterday morning.

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