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HE WANTED TO HARM HIMSELF
Posted: Saturday, September 22, 2018

HE WANTED TO HARM HIMSELF
FBI agent interviews Trini in airport incident

FBI cannot find terrorist link
AGENTS of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) who have been assisting in the investigation into the illegal boarding of a US airbus by a Trini student early Thursday morning

Roget says mother of all marches coming
...to prevent the closure of state-owned oil company Petrotrin.

Budget Day is October 1
On the day Petrotrin refinery closes

UNC hosts budget 2019 consultations

Caribbean needs innovators
UWI Principal says

Rowley: Keep PNM united
Campaigning for internal election

Bailey Bridge to be built on North Coast Road

Sinanan: Contingencies in place for Cabo Star dry docking

Going Green: Over 1,000 plastic bottles collected at beach clean-up

Mark: We donít want strangers
AN OPPOSITION amendment that would restrict attorneys from the Commonwealth sitting as judges in this country to only those from the Caribbean was defeated in the Senate yesterday.

Update: Tessa's Facebook status says 'I'm safe', but is it her?

Ruling on Themaís lawsuit in November
On November 20 Justice Frank Seepersad will deliver his ruling in the multi-million-dollar lawsuit brought by gymnast Thema Williams against the Trinidad and Tobago Gymnastics Federation (TTGF).



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