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Stabbed 9 times
Posted: Sunday, November 4, 2018

Autopsy: National awardee stabbed 9 times
The Ummah T&T Muslim Lobby Group is calling on Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith to "leave no stone unturned" in the investigations surrounding the brutal murder of national awardee Haseena Ali.

Find Hassema's killers
Shock over murder of Public Service Medal awardee

'Burn in hell'
Mourners to killers of security guard

Businessman gunned down
Second murder at supermarket chain

Businessman killed at Anand Low Price

Three more slain in Port of Spain

Angostura execs' wild spending exposed
Damning claims of high-level mismanagement, wild spending and improper procurement practices made by low-level employees, which showed a pattern of misbehaviour by top company officials, sparked the in-depth audit into the operations of State-owned Angostura Holdings Ltd.

Hernandez to lead new police unit
THE police officer who is linked to companies that are at the centre of an internal investigation at Angostura has been given the job to lead a new, elite police unit.

HDC refused to act on Greenvale signs
The Housing Development Corporation (HDC) received a drainage design recommendation from an external company just one day before the October 19 floods hit Greenvale Park, La Horquetta.

Residents confront contractors
As HDC tries to begin repairs in Greenvale after floods:
Crews clean drains on October 22 in the aftermath of flooding at Greenvale Park, La Horquetta the weekend before.

6,000 assessments done
Local Govt ministry downgrades emergency level

Medical aid for Grande flood victims
Regional Corp, ERHA host health caravan

'We like dogs in the back here'
Oropouche family still reeling from floods

People worry about private info
Karim on tax bill

Roget rejects Petrotrin again
The Oilfields Workers Trade Union (OWTU) has described state-owned oil company Petrotrin's sending a termination package to the union's San Fernando offices of president general Ancel Roget as another example of the company's "gross disrespect and disregard for the law."

Suruj: Appreciate artistes when alive
Tabaquite MP Dr Surujrattan Rambachan says, far too often, this country waits to thank, commend and appreciate its artistes after they die.

10 quakes rock T&T in 2 weeks
"It takes a while, we must remember that these processes are slow processes, our plates are converging at two centimetres per annum at a very slow rate, and so when things happen in our earthquake systems, it takes time to adjust and settles very slowly."

Clay potters fight to keep tradition alive
Divali's dying art

Ex-con's execution linked to drugs
They believe the deaths were linked to the 2015 murder of fisherman Amit "Sanchez" Samaroo, 29, who was involved in illegal activity along with Abdool. Samaroo was a known drug and gun dealer with connections to a South American drug cartel.

Security guard charged after losing gun
The female officer was later arrested after she said she may have left it on the toilet tank in the washroom. She is to be charged with criminal negligence.

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