Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2018
US sanctions 2 over ISIS terrorism
Move to freeze men's assets
US sanctions Trinidadians as ISIS financiers
No convictions under terrorism laws
Al-Rawi: Manual searches to resume in stages
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi says the return of manual searches of titles will be resuming in stages following a "mammoth" barcoding exercise.
$23M police overtime
Griffith orders audit of TTPS Finance Branch
Form a Missing Persons Unit
Father calls on police…
UNC starts budget consultations
"The consultations are intense discussions where residents can bring their concerns and their ideas and can become part of the Party's and the nation's policy making."
Petrotrin loses board member
DAYS before Petrotrin's refining operation ceases and workers are retrenched, a member of the board who would have participated in the restructuring exercise, has become the first casualty of the plan.
MP slams Espinet's 'baseless PR stunt' after Petrotrin briefing
PM: OWTU proposal not serious
Roget: OWTU has foreign partner for refinery
Overhaul for E999
COMPLAINTS from the public over the lacklustre response of E999 officers to distress calls have prompted Police Commissioner Gary Griffith to revamp the E999 Emergency Response Unit.
'I will not be intimidated'
UNC councillor's home shot at
PM 'N' word use unfortunate, analysts
Uproar at PNM election meeting
...with claims that workers in the Unemployment Relief Programme (URP), who are members of the PNM, are being threatened with losing their jobs if they do not vote for the URP programme manager Indar Parasram in the upcoming election.
Going Green: Cleaning up is everyone's responsibility, says Minister
Minister of Public Utilities Robert Le Hunte spoke out on a recent viral photo which showed bags of garbage after the final Caribbean Premier League (CPL) match at the Brian Lara stadium last Sunday.
3.7 earthquake recorded in north-east Trinidad
Slow repairs for Rio quake victims
Heavy rainfall at the Housing Development Corporation's Mora Heights settlement in Rio Claro is causing unease to residents whose homes are still undergoing repairs, following the 6.9 magnitude earthquake last month.
Residents call on CoP to take back Maloney
Maloney Gardens residents are now calling on Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith and his "Operation Strike Back" team to move into the community and take it back from the hands of criminals following a series of murders.
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