FIRST PEOPLES CLASH
Posted: Saturday, October 13, 2018
FIRST PEOPLES CLASH
Tension over Columbus statue
First Peoples Celebrate in city
Court grants injunction against TSTT
The injunction was granted against the background of claims of impending job cuts by the Communications Workers Union (CWU).
Raymond calls for transparency in govt hotel projects Afra Raymond
Tobago gets $20m for Heritage Festival
The $20 million was a fraction of the monies to be distributed to Tobago's tourism sector, as an additional $40 million will be given in the next fiscal year for a "rolling three-year tourism plan."
Imbert: Plans for full wifi for Tobago
Galleons Passage takes 4 hours with near full load
Rastafarian movement holds ganja rally
Former minister slams 'all-out war' on wildlife, calls for hunting ban
Health Ministry encourages organ donors after successful transplants
A total of 11 TT nationals have benefited from cadaveric transplantations for the year thus far
Youths at risk of mental illness
Acting principal medical officer in the Ministry of Health Dr Maryam Richards said young people were particularly susceptible to developing mental illness owing to the pressures of a changing world
TTEC supervisor warned over bringing children to work
A supervisor at the TT Electricity Commission (TTEC) is tensely waiting for Monday, to see if he will be suspended for bringing his three children to work with him when he could not find a babysitter yesterday
Three bandits dead, one in custody after shootout with police
The men were shot after they robbed a cigarette salesman and his security guard of $80,000 in cigarettes at a mini-mart at Todd's Road, Caparo
Police kill 3 in shoot out
Family of accident victim claims cover up
...sources close to Calliste... said that they strongly believe that it is a major coverup and there is "reason" why the identity of the Lexus was not disclosed. "It seems as though the driver may be someone of importance or connected too by relation to someone of importance.
Woman framed by cops on drug charges gets $240,000
Suspects detained for prison officer's murder released
TWO men in their late 20s who were detained last Saturday in connection with the murder of Prison Supt Wayne Jackson, were ordered released pending further investigations.
2 cops detained,alleged bribery probed
It is alleged that a month ago the two stopped a driver in a traffic exercise and during a search of his car one of them accepted a payment in US currency from him in return for not prosecuting him.
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