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Legalise it
Posted: Monday, October 15, 2018

Legalise it say hundreds at ganja rally
For approximately 10 hours, the illegal drug appeared to be temporarily "decriminalised" within the confines of the park, as ganja smokers from across T&T openly lit up in the shadows of the underrenovation Red House and Hall of Justice.

Weed-o-rama in Woodford Square
Call to legalise marijuana

Tobago project will be Sandals' biggest

Delays in municipal police regulations
$85m payment to 152 municipal officers linked to

Cancer survivor calls for school programme

Activists want end to violence against women
Almost half of the women in T&T have experienced intimate partner violence, including emotional, sexual, physical or financial violence. And the majority of these women are in the workplace.

Katz impresses women at conference

Bishop kills female pastor during quarrel
A bishop wanted for the murder of Chaguanas pastor Alisa Ali was arrested by police last evening, as he tried to hide out in a friend's home in Sangre Grande hours after killing Ali and leaving a knife lodged in her face.

Pastor murdered

Ministry distributes Land Cards

Clogged school toilets costing millions
School sewers are becoming clogged because there is no toilet paper available for students to use. In desperation, many are forced to clean themselves with pieces of clothing or sheets of paper which, when flushed, clogs the sewer triggering further expense...

TTUTA President knocks School indiscipline, fake news

Moonilal hires QC to fight Rowley

Ola through to X Factor live final
Olatunji Yearwood has created history for soca after he was selected to be one of the 16 finalists for X Factor UK finals live show on Saturday.

3 charged with illegal possession of Scarlet Ibis
Two Chinese nationals and a Trinidad and Tobago national are scheduled to appear before a Port-of-Spain magistrate tomorrow charged with possession of a dead juvenile Scarlet Ibis.

Doubles vendor beaten, stabbed by customers

Lost in the wild: Search for hunters in Manzan forest
The lost hunters were identified as "Mankind", 64, of Fishing Pond, Sangre Grande, and "Cassie", 40, of North Eastern Settlement, Sangre Grande.

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