Nine in court
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Nine in court for flood fraud
...charged with attempting to defraud the government of $140,000 in flood grants and knowingly entering forged documents.
China seeks to strengthen ties
OVER 200 representatives from media houses across the Caribbean, Latin America and China met yesterday in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Maharaj defends $27m building purchase
Plans for Tobago Marina moving ahead
Flood Alert in effect until Tuesday as some areas still under water
Adverse weather, flood alerts discontinued
Maloney man accuses Children's Authority of negligence
Suspects his son is a victim of sexual abuse
Digicel to gift 70,000 customers free phones
...to their top 2G existing customers who were unable to access their recently upgraded LTE network.
Faris puts refugee policy to the people
"This discussion, as I've indicted, is an important discussion for the nation to engage in because signing on to these conventions means that the taxpayers of TT have to foot certain obligations which obviously one is happy from a humanitarian point of view to do," Al-Rawi said
Snr Supt Sagramsingh bids farewell to police service
Human traffickers in TT, organs for sale
HUMAN trafficking is expanding at an alarming rate globally and has reached TT where children are being recruited not only for prostitution and labour, but for their organs.
'Mad man' takes bus on terror ride
ONE woman narrowly escaped death and another is nursing injuries after a Longdenville man hijacked a Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) bus and used it as a weapon ploughing into several vehicles in its path
Judge orders $2m for 'Guard Room' rental
THE Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (TTDF) can strategise but it cannot pull off a 'smart man' tactic of making an excuse that the rent it could not pay was due to delayed cabinet approval.
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