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Posted: Sunday, September 23, 2018

UK professor traces flight of Muslim families to Iraq, Syria

T&T in sexual revolution gone crazy—Gordon

US$100 M more needed for GTL plant
Ni­Quan Energy Ltd the company taking over the Petrotrin's failed billion dollar Gas-To-Liquids plant still has to find more than US$100 million to get the plant up and running.

Le Hunte expects 'good budget'
Public Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte is looking forward to a "fairly good allocation" from the Ministry of Finance so that he can improve the delivery of goods and services from his ministry to the public.

WASA remains burden on taxpayers
...over­staffed by some 2,000 employees

Truckers stranded in PoS
Sinanan: Cabo Star back on seabridge soon

4 major works one time
Sinanan takes advantage of Beetham H/way closure

The highway cable barriers have been destroyed
AN IN-HOUSE team at the Ministry of Works is currently undergoing training to be able to repair the life-saving cable barrier along the Solomon Hochoy Highway and the Uriah Butler Highway.

North Coast Bailey bridge up

La Brea, Point Fortin residents anxious for dry-dock project

New US Ambassador arrives next month

Caricom for the people
PJ Patterson calls on leaders to move integration forward

Make PNM great again
Mustapha's goal to be party chairman

Trini judge in Sankat case
THE saying "Trinis are in everything" never rang truer after Nishal Sankat, the Trinidadian student charged with stealing an air plane, was bonded US$500 on Friday by TT-born judge Rhonda Babb.

Nishal depressed
Garcia: Student's US arrest shows need for vigilance with children

Florida airport worker thought it was a terror attack

Calvin French: Icon behind the lens

Petition to ban straws in TT
A single plastic straw seems harmless, but the damage it is doing to the oceans and the creatures who reside within has spurred environmental advocate Joanne Samsumdar to take on the herculean task of eliminating its use locally.

Beetham man charged for Hinds 'flood assault'
A 31-year-old Beetham resident will appear before a Port of Spain magistrate on Tuesday charged with assaulting Laventille West MP Fitzgerald Hinds.

Guns and ammo found at quarry
BEHIND a refrigerator in the cafeteria of a quarry at Sangre Grande, police allegedly found firearms, over 200 rounds of assorted ammunition, a laser and camouflage clothing on Friday.

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