Posted: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Man ambushed, shot while driving at Beetham
Shooting victim Dwayne King.
Traffic shooting victim under police guard
Annisette: My son's no gangster
Met Office warns of rain, flooding on Wednesday, Thursday
PM wants gas producing countries to develop gas-pricing index
...to safeguard natural gas producers from "suffering leakage" of its products by traders who "benefit unfairly" from a country's gas production.
Rowley holds talks with Russian delegation following gas forum
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley met with members of a Russian delegation on Tuesday following the first session of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum which this country is hosting from November 13-14.
TTADA wants test of fuel quality
THE TT Automotive Dealers Association (TTADA) is calling for an independent investigation into the quality of fuel being sold to the driving public.
TT shows 145 per cent increase in 2018 cruise arrivals
TT Spirit goes ghost on seabridge
THE mechanical problems which led to the cancellation of Monday's sailing of the TT Spirit and saw it pulled from the seabridge indefinitely have left Tobagonians feeling deja vu and disappointment.
TSTT sending home over 100 workers
CWU predicts TSTT job cuts by end of week
Newsday readers overflow with love for baby Sheenece, family
Don't tussle with media workers
Seales to Griffith
Polygraph entire Police Service
One step closer to trial for cops in Moruga killings
THE case of six police officers charged with the 2011 murder of three friends in Moruga, came up for hearing in the High Court yesterday.
'Dappa' shot dead at Princes Town
THE shooting death of Kevon Richardson, 37, also called Dappa, in a track near his home in Princes Town may be linked to a video he posted on social media.
Murder after Facebook threats
Trinidadian man accused of killing longtime girlfriend in US
Bail error favours gang accused
Police officers said they were baffled after Magistrate Jo-Anne Connor granted bail to Kenson Williams and Kevon McIntyre although the new legislation now specifically states it is a non-bailable offence.
Arouca men plead not guilty to gang charges
FOUR Arouca men appeared before an Arima magistrate yesterday to answer charges of being in a gang after they were arrested by members of the Organised Crime and Intelligence Unit (OCIU) earlier this month.
Businessman charged in gun cache find denied bail
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