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Posted: Wednesday, November 28, 2018

600 temps out Petrotrin severance package

T&T can lose Caricom market for fuel

OWTU to file contempt case against Petrotrin

Bharath to govt on St Augustine development: Meet with us

Closed Uganda High Commission cost $7m a year
Opposition Senator Taharqa Obika asked whether a prior assessment was done to forecast the effect of the closure of the High Commission.

Roget uses the n-word for those joking about serious issues

Thema's lawyers worked for free
Represented by a high profile team of SC Martin Daly and attorney Keith Scotland, many wondered how much of the $200,000, Williams would retain when legal expenses are considered.

Scotiabank embarks on international divestments
The decision by Bank of Nova Scotia to sell its Caribbean banking and insurance operations is among a series of international divestments planned by the financial giant

Sagicor selling to Toronto firm
Alignvest's acquisition of Sagicor, priced at US$1.75 a share, is worth US$536 million.

$75,000 for coccyx bone injury
THE STATE has agreed to compensate a woman who fell into a broken manhole in Princes Town in 2016.

TB scare shuts ASJA Girls'

$30,000 robbery at Wendy's, Woodbrook
A vault kept on the compound was broken into and several other items of value kept on the compound were missing.

Residents lauded for exposing ammo, drug stash
Laventille residents are being applauded by police officers for alerting them to illegal ammunition and cocaine being hidden in the community.

Tobago cops seize ammunition

Gary wants to dance to his song

Man who stole PTSC bus out of hospital
He is expected to be slapped with a number of charges, which include robbery with aggravation, several counts of wanton driving, malicious damage and failing to stop as instructed by police.

Plainclothes cop helps foil grocery robbery
Shot bandit escapes, 2 held

Police nab shot bandit at hospital
Police nabbed a wounded bandit at the Mt Hope hospital where he fled to for emergency treatment after being shot in a botched robbery at a grocery in Cunupia.

Man buggers boy, 15, in 'wrestling' match

Venezuelan woman raped, left in forest
POLICE are searching for a man who raped a Venezuelan woman and left her in a Morne Diablo forest on Saturday.

Was Nicole trafficked?
Midnight calls from Venezuela...

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