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Govt goes after white-collar criminals
Posted: Friday, November 2, 2018

Govt goes after white-collar criminals
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday warned those involved in corruption, fraud and white-collar crime to watch out, as the proclamation of the Criminal Division and District Criminal and Traffic Courts will now go after wrongdoers.

PM: More corruption going to court
THE Prime Minister yesterday said many corruption matters will be coming to the courthouse as his administration seeks to stamp out white collar crime in TT.

OWTU: Industrial court, unions essential
BOTH the Industrial Court and the trade union movement have been deemed essential components of society as they provide mechanisms to "contain the anger, frustration and pain of ordinary working people."

'You should have done more'
Armour charges Roget:

Emily: 'Ministers don't get involved'
FORMER housing minister Dr Emily Dick-Forde says she had no dealing with the stoppage and restarting of over 500 state constructed homes in Greenvale, La Horquetta.

Public health officials inspect 17K flood-affected premises
A total of 21 schools and 550 food premises were impacted, and 17 farms lost animals due to the recent flooding.

Father and son struggle
After floods damaged their Oropune home

Showers, thunderstorms to affect South Trinidad

Earthquake number 9: 4.0 quake strikes South East of Trinidad

Seismologist: Earthquake activity in past week 'normal'
While the Gulf of Paria has been particularly busy with seismic activity for just over a week, citizens can rest assured that this activity is normal as earthquakes in that zone are a daily occurrence.

San Fernando fishermen want meeting with fisheries minister
"The billboard says the project was approved by 'you'. Who is you? This fish market built in 1924, was the first in the country so we are important stakeholders in this project..."

Protests in Point Fortin, La Brea on hold
THERE will be no protests today and by residents of La Brea and Point Fortin who are supporting taxi drivers in their plight for better road conditions.

Mottley: 'We can save TT'
DESPITE the gloom, this country can be saved, declared former PNM finance minister Wendell Mottley yesterday as he received the nation's top honour, the Order of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (ORTT).

Jodhan still Angostura CEO
Even as an investigation is under way regarding the award of million-dollar contracts and being the subject of an audit, Angostura's chief executive officer Genevieve Jodhan will continue to retain that portfolio until the investigation is completed.

Angostura chairman confirms $2.2m deals probe
Audit targets several people

Griffith clears Hernandez of regulation breach

Sat: Let committee allocate schols
Education Minister Anthony Garcia had originally suggested a shift in scholarships to other subjects, in light of the fact of some 188 awarded for Sciences and 103 for Maths, out of 394 in all subjects.

'Take back TT'
Young tells cops:

Woman, 19, beaten with wheel spanner
Police have arrested a 31 year-old Diego Martin man who allegedly beat a Venezuelan woman with a wheel spanner after she threatened to end their relationship and then videotaped her in­juries on Tuesday.

Woman charged for sex act on boy
A Sangre Grande woman is on $100,000 bail for the charge of committing a sexual offence against a 14-year-old boy.

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