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Land claim sent to DPP
Posted: Friday, November 16, 2018

Land claim sent to DPP
Case of 2 fake deeds

Imbert on Petrotrin exit packages
Average worker to get $.5 million

Rains, floods leave TT cowering

Floods rising across Trinidad

Flood waters rise, Debe residents stranded
Wreckers make a killing

Greenvale residents flee over flood fears

The rain is causing a water shortage

CAL lost $260m on UK route—PM

GECF secretary general predicts growth in natural gas

Central Bank finds buyer for Clico

TSTT fires 500
TSTT yesterday started retrenching workers, with over 500 senior and junior staff receiving letters informing them they have become redundant, as the company "transforms to survive."

TSTT cuts 503 workers

4 held for flood relief fraud
FOUR employees of the Ministry of Social Development were detained by the Fraud Squad shortly after midday yesterday in connection with misappropriation of funds for distribution to recent flood victims.

Interpreters for 7 detained Venezuelans
Seven Venezuelan men who are believed to have entered the country illegally on Wednesday afternoon at Matelot were held by police in two groups.

Rain stops Dr Khoury murder trial

No evidence to support dead man's allegations
Police are investigating allegations made by 37-year-old Kevon Richardson in a video he posted on social media on Monday night, hours before he was shot dead.

Police still probing students' assault on teacher
Sgt Michelle Lewis of the police Child Protection Unit has said investigations are still taking place into the incident in which a teacher was assaulted by students of Barataria South Secondary.

Police fail to probe guard's gun assault
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has advised that a security officer who claims he was beaten on the jobsite to file a report of his alleged assault so that investigations could commence immediately.

Two freed of murder after decade in jail
It took a 12-member jury before Justice Carla Brown-Antoine in the Port-of-Spain High Court the entire four hours allotted to them for deliberations, to return with not guilty verdicts for Ancil Ramroop and Romeo Grannum.

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