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Posted: Tuesday, November 6, 2018

11 homicides over the weekend

Pregnant woman, husband shot dead in Wallerfield

Young singer, friend fatally stabbed in gas station feud
Four days after he released his latest positive Vybz song for T&T, What We Need, Kelon "Don Kelon" Cruickshank, 31, died along with his friend, Chris Ragbir after an altercation at the NP Montrose Service Station in Chaguanas on Sunday night

No bail for Diego man charged with beating Venezuelan woman
Avalon Callender, 31, appeared in the San Fernando Mag istrates' Court charged with kidnapping and wounding the 19 year-old woman, who is said to be his girlfriend.

Deosaran: International report can hurt tourism, business

TTUTA open to solutions to youth criminal activity

href="">AG begs Opposition to back tax bill
Asked about any witch-hunts, the AG asked rhetorically if TT's law courts are political witch hunters. He said tax details would be received by the Board of Inland Revenue, not politicians, while Imbert said the police will have judicial oversight.

BATT 'urges' Opposition to support income tax amendments
The bill, read in Parliament on Friday, seeks to ensure TT's compliance with the International Standard on Exchange of Information on request, commonly referred as the EOIR standard.

Pan Trinbago, landlord meet on rent arrears
NEWLY elected president of Pan Trinbago Beverly Ramsey-Moore and Ricky Amar of Amar Properties Developers Ltd met yesterday to discuss the pan organisation's rent arrears and a payment schedule.

Moonilal: Give Greenvale residents 6-month waiver

TTMS: Be careful, six confirmed lightning strikes in T&T on Monday

Petition launched against Tobago Sandals
The petition said the double-resort, which will consist of almost 1,000 rooms and included a golf course and overwater buildings, will destroy the Reef and lead to flooding in southwest Tobago.

EMA seeks more info on Sandals project

Evidence in murder case cannot be found after police station floods
During the testimony of acting ASP Neil Brandon-John, who charged two men for the murder of a 79-year-old pensioner in 2007, he tried to locate certain exhibits, but the items were not at the police station.

Charges against judge amended again
State prosecutor Mauricia Joseph said the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) was discontinuing the dangerous driving charge and substituting it with careless driving charge.

Security guard pleads guilty to criminal negligence

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