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BLOCK THE GUNMEN
Posted: Wednesday, October 17, 2018

BLOCK THE GUNMEN
Laventille wants action on drive-by shootings

House passes budget
THE House of Representatives yesterday passed the $43 billion budget, after five sittings of its Standing Finance Committee over the past week.

Imbert: Millions spent for rural roads

Hinds acts as AG while Al-Rawi visits Paris, UK

Moonilal sent to Privileges Committee
"They target me because I target them"

Watch out for three days of rain, starting Wednesday

Brace for rain, floods, landslides

Barbados govt to send home more than 1,000
The Barbados government says at least 1,500 public workers will be laid off over the next few weeks as it seeks to turn around an ailing economy, while acknowledging that sending home one worker "is too many"

Minister wants urban hunting ban
He said a lot of people in Cascade and St Annís "were reaching out to me and sending me photos of strangers in their backyard coming to hunt iguana."

CJ slams Sunday Express report

Ramesh: Petrotrin still owes A&V $84m
In a media statement, Maharaj said Petrotrin also owes A&V for crude supplied from the Catshill field for January 1 to February 28, valued at $15.3 million.

JTUM/FITUN: Chamber playing politics

Teachers stay away from La Romaine High again

Rape attempt in UWI locker room: Students demand action

Man fined $30,000 for marijuana on Scarborough port

Missing hunters found
After being lost in the Manzanilla forest for several days, two hunters are alive and well.



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