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Posted: Friday, September 14, 2018

Women's national football team appeals for help

More trade missions coming
THIS country will be undertaking more trade missions overseas as part of Government's strategy to help diversify the economy.

Rowley: No apology for representing 'one per cent'

Hold your hand on Petrotrin
OWTU to Govt

How to save millions on refinery
Solomon report recommends

Geologist makes case for refinery to remain open

Ex-lecturers ready to return
FORMER lecturers at the University of TT (UTT) are willing to return to work on a part-time basis.

Met Office: Isaac now a weak tropical storm

Citizens asked to comment on window tint policy
The Works and Transport Ministry is inviting public review of a draft policy document for the amendment of the laws regarding the use and enforcement of window tint on vehicles

$5.4m tool 'lost in hole' oilwell
Tucker Energy Services of Princess Margaret Street, San Fernando slapped the lawsuit on TN Ramnauth & Co, claiming US$803,577.77 for a logging tool which got lost in one of TN's oil wells.

Activist: Sensitise cops to sexual harassment
Complainant told 'you are attractive'

$50,000 fine and 10 years for corporal punishment

Girls must learn to defend themselves
STUDENTS especially girls must be aware of their surrounding at all times and they must also learn how to defend themselves.

One week later: Where is Susan Maynard?
Although over a week has passed since she disappeared, relatives and friends have not yet had any updates on the whereabouts of 41-year-old Susan Maynard.

'My daughter is missing'
Sandra Khan said she last saw her daughter Shanaez Khan at 10.30 am on Wednesday when she asked her to open the family's business in front of their Papourie Road home.

Son forgiven for chopping dad
A MAN has forgiven his son for chopping him and yesterday, the latter was set free in the San Fernando Magistrates' Court.

Cops probe death of boy, 9
Relatives said they believe when the fans stopped working when the power went led to both boys stifling in their rooms.

Stolen mobile health clinic recovered
According to reports, a man posing as an employee with the North West Regional Health Authority (NWRHA) presented an identification card and told a security guard on duty that he was the driver of the vehicle.

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