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Posted: Tuesday, November 13, 2018

40 cops transferred for refusing polygraph tests

St Ann's Hospital for man charged with terrorism, making racist threats
A ST AUGUSTINE man accused of inciting acts of terrorism by way of posts on his Facebook page has been remanded in custody at the St Ann's Hospital for mental evaluation following an appearance at the Port of Spain Magistrates' Court on Monday.

Petrotrin audit uncovers alleged gas racket

Police arrest student for setting off scratch bombs
Police told Newsday that they visited the school yesterday morning with members of the Child Protection Unit, to arrest a student arising from investigations into the first scratch bomb incident.

Samuel: Harsh penalties needed for cyclists' safety
FORMER TT cycling star Gene Samuel said stricter penalties must be meted out to drivers who break laws and drive recklessly.

Several Oropune residents referred to doctors
SEVERAL residents of Oropune Gardens, Piarco were referred to healthcare institutions and specialists on Sunday, as volunteer medical staff detected a raft of non-communicable "lifestyle" diseases.

Cubans to meet with UN officials today
"We want to live like human beings"

Cuban refugee protest grows outside UN House
The number of Cuban refugees camping out outside the United Nations (UN) House at Chancery Lane, Port-of-Spain, has increased to over 100.

Pothole traffic jams in Central Trinidad
UNITED NATIONAL CONGRESS (UNC) Couva South MP Rudy Indarsingh and Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation chairman Henry Awong say they are being bombarded with complaints from constituents concerning the deplorable road conditions in the area.

13 years after murder, trial begins
Thirteen years ago on September 21, 2005, Dr Edward Khoury was at his business place at Macoya Industrial Estate when four men barged in demanding guns and money.

Bloody murder in Pleasantville
At around 7 a.m. Joseph Mitchell, 63, was discovered dead at the back of his home.

Two held after shootout
Arouca police received a report of robbery along St Michael Road, Tacarigua at around 2 pm, where three armed men reportedly robbed a man, before escaping in a vehicle.

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