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Posted: Thursday, October 4, 2018

Several theories on prison officer's murder

Task Force on prison officer threats
COME January legislation will be brought to Parliament that seeks to increase the penalties for smuggling contraband into the prisons

Stiffer penalties for attacks on law officers

22 prison officers killed in 28 years

5 killed in 24-hour span

Company claims sabotage at rural field
STATE-OWNED oil company Petrotrin has reportedly discovered three acts of sabotage at one of its rural production fields.

Full speed ahead with Alutech facility
AFTER being in abeyance for some eight years at significant financial loss to TT, the Prime Minister yesterday declared the long-awaited Alutech Research and Development Facility has finally resumed

'Mother of all marches' begins in South
THE historic three-day “mother of all marches” got under way yesterday under a broiling mid-morning sun as hundreds of Petrotrin workers began the long trek which will take them from the Pointe-a-Pierre roundabout to the Brian Lara Promenade on Friday

Roget tells Petrotrin workers reject separation deals

AmCham gives Govt 'A' for effort

Tunapuna Chamber criticises 'bare pass' budget

'Shamefully misleading' signage at Lopinot Estate to be changed

$100,000 reward for information on RBL ATM robbery
According to reports, three armed and masked men attacked a G4S armoured security team and stole an undisclosed sum of cash.

Family feud fuels violent infirmary fracas

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