BULLETS AT SEA
Posted: Sunday, October 14, 2018
BULLETS AT SEA
Cedros fishermen under fire from Guardia Nacional
ICONfusion over $50m
AG to act on GISL audit
Petrotrin workers hurt
Paria, Heritage companies to take over State oil operations
Minister mum on US Heritage Petroleum
Energy Minister Franklin Khan is remaining mum on why the newly-formed state-owned Heritage Petroleum Company Limited, one of two new entities replacing Petrotrin, shares a similar name as a petroleum company operating in the United States.
1,800 Petrotrin workers take severance
US news crew spotlights ISIS in TT
The involvement of some TT nationals in terrorist activities has attracted the attention of incoming US Ambassador Joseph Mondello and has also raised concerns among the public in the United States.
3 cousins named in police killings
3 bandits slain at hideout
Young father killed by police
Trying to 'save his cousin's soul'
IDB: T&T Govt spending among most wasteful
Rambharat: 120,000 state land old paper files to be digitised
OSHA: La Romaine school clear to open
TTUTA insists danger remains butů
Panmen will get Panorama money
Valentine makes pitch for Pan Trinbago president
PoS Mayor plans $.5m upgrade for Woodford Square
Social media war brewing among political parties
PNM goes on members drive
Over the next year the People's National Movement (PNM) is going on a membership drive to try to widen its base in preparation for the next four elections.
First Peoples, Kambon still at odds on Columbus
Obeah, they wukking obeah!
Experts explore the myths of traditional African beliefs
Cop allegedly confesses: 'I raped the woman'
Ten minutes after the special reserve police officer allegedly admitted to his crime, the victim walked into the station to report it.
A house left empty, because of murder
The killings of the mother and daughter took place at the corner of Gonzales Street and SS Erin Road in De Gannes Village - a community located five minutes away from two of the Siparia police stations.
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