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UWI uproar
Posted: Friday, October 19, 2018

UWI uproar
Two students detained over campus chaos

Two UWI students arrested during protest at St Augustine campus

Night in jail for 2 protesting students

Crowd control drills for cops after UWI protest
Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith says he intends to initiate crowd control drills for his officers in the wake of an incident at the University of the West Indies yesterday, in which officers arrested two students during a protest.

Griffith tells protesters: Do so within the law

Prisons boss upset at Richards' rant

25 prison officers called in sick, says minister

Despite threats, prison officers show up for work

Murdered prison officer's son receiving counselling
The teenager was at home asleep in his bedroom when his father was shot dead at the family New Grant Princes Town home on Wednesday morning.

Local Govt checking flooding
Hosein said seasonal rainfall caused by the active inter-tropical convergence zone has affected 80 per cent of Trinidad.

Met Office: Bad weather to continue until Sunday

Heavy rainfall causes water woes

WHO removes Caribbean Zika alert

New hope for fibroid patients

'Driving in Couva is like driving on an obstacle course'
He said the roads are so bad that residents have taken it upon themselves to fill the massive potholes with rubble from demolished and renovated buildings because of the damage being done to their vehicles.

Couva bridge reopened

Young says nothing wrong with govt communications

Petrotrin free to retrench
Appeal Court in Port of Spain yesterday dismissed an injunction granted to the union last week by the Industrial Court that had effectively brought a halt to the company's plans to issue termination packages to more than 5,000 employees.

Govt announces new company for refinery assets
The government has announced a new state company, Guaracara Refining Company, into which the assets of the Pointe-a-Pierre refinery will be placed.

'PM wants to take TT back to 1937, when workers had no rights'

TT not on golden passport list
A golden passport scheme is defined as a permanent residency visa issued to individuals who invest, often through the purchase of property, a certain sum of money in the issuing country.

Left to die near the cemetery; woman identified
POLICE have identified the woman who was found bleeding from a bullet to the face in Morvant on Wednesday.

Men go to jail after fake kidnapping
TWO men who faked their kidnappings were on Thursday sentenced to 30 days in prison.

'Tabanca get me dotish'
TWO fake kidnap victims were each jailed yesterday in the San Fernando Magistrates' Court to 30 days with hard labour.

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