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'To hell with the govt!'
Posted: Thursday, October 18, 2018

'To hell with the govt!'
Richards, POA hit out after prison officer's murder

Prison boss to officers: Please hold strain
While he admitted that prison officers were angry after colleague Darren Francis was murdered in South Trinidad on Wednesday morning, Clarke asked them to reconsider their position.

Young too urges prison officers to stand strong

Cops on standby if prisons officers boycott

Death for licks
Prisoner sends bone-chilling Whatsapp to officers:

Inmates order hit over cellphone crackdown

Convicted killer found dead at Maximum Security Prison
Police do not believe the death of convicted killer Stephen Robinson had anything to do with the issues between prisoners and their guards.

More boats, fishermen taken by Venezuela's Guardia Nacional
SINCE Marvin Farria's narrow escape from death one week ago, four more vessels from the Icacos area have been seized and an unknown number of Trinidadians detained by the Venezuelan Guardia Nacional.

OWTU seeks new meeting with board
'Concrete proposal for refinery'

OWTU, foreign partners pitch for Petrotrin

Espinet chairs Heritage, Petrotrin
Petrotrin has apparently not just transferred its assets to newly incorporated entity Heritage Petroleum Company Ltd, but also its executives.

Rats rule Charlotte Street
Tabaquite member of Parliamant Suruj Rambachan is asking Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein how the Ministry could spend $12 million in wages and salaries for public health in Port of Spain when rats are still running along Charlotte Street.

Benjamin: Teaching most challenging profession

Teacher bullied after girl warned over oral sex at school

Significant decline in T&T's fertility rate, says CSO

Avah to have tubes tied

Man dies in car at hospital
As staff quarrel over patient's weight

Youth advocate sees leadership crisis in TT
THERE is a leadership crisis in TT and the wider world. Former temporary independent senator Nikoli Edwards:

Kazim gets evidence of corruption from councillor targeted by gunmen
Minister of Rural Development and Local Government, Kazim Hosein, has ordered an investigation into allegations of improper practices at the building inspectorate department of the Chaguanas Borough Corporation.

'I was always there to protect him'
A still visibly traumatised Baksh said it was as if her brother's feet were numb. "He tried to get up, but he could not move his feet. He was confused, frightened,"

Bandits strike at Glencoe Linda's
Police reports state three men wearing coveralls entered the bakery, which is located obliquely opposite Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's Diego Martin West constituency office, before pulling out guns and announcing a hold up. Some $4000 was reportedly stolen from the cash register.

'I was a crime victim, so I got a gun'
A POLICE prosecutor on Wednesday argued for a jail term to be imposed on a pipe fitter who said he had a loaded gun at a bar because he was the victim of two robberies over a two month period.

Man appears in court for Talparo heist
A man has appeared in court in connection with an armed heist of a delivery vehicle that led to the killing of three suspected bandits in Talparo last Friday.

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