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Posted: Tuesday, December 4, 2018

It is believed that Dass-Supersad, who lives in Port of Spain, was marked for kidnapping because she was deemed an easy target and it was thought she was well off financially.

Duke moves forward with $15,000 proposal
Public Services Association president Watson Duke said he will be meeting with the Chief Personnel Officer (CPO) later this month to discuss a proposal for the State to deposit $15,000 in the account of every single public servant as part payment of outstanding arrears.

Missing boy, 13, found dead near home
Pantin's body was found in some bushes a few metres away from his home in an area known as "Cashew on the Hill" around 8 pm.

Missing boy, 13, found dead
A male suspect is in custody and is being questioned about the circumstances of the boy's death.

4 members of abducted family at safe house
Dad still at hospital

All set for CSME meeting at Hilton Monday
The leaders who are scheduled to attend include the current Caricom chairman, Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness, Haiti President Jovenel Molse and Dominica's Prime Minister Roosvelt Skerrit.

Heritage CEO surveys start-up from ground
Heritage Petroleum Company CEO Mike Wiley was "on the ground" yesterday visiting Santa Flora locations to ensure the security of installations as the company began work.

Chaos for ex-Petrotrin workers at BIR
IT was another chaotic day for ex-Petrotrin workers yesterday as hundreds flooded the Board of Inland Revenue (BIR) Cipero Street, San Fernando office to get proof that their taxes were up to date.

St Vincent 'loses' from Petrotrin shutdown
ST Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) has not yet participated in TT's new import and supposed re-export of gasoline to Caricom nations, even as St Vincent also suffers in importing oil from Venezuela now under US embargo

Govt waiting for new DCP list early next year
None of the six senior police officers whose names appear in an order of merit list for the post of Deputy Commissioner will be selected for the three vacant positions.

Junior Sammy, farmer lose claim to land
Gormandy maintained he had adverse possession (a method of gaining legal title to property by the actual, open, hostile, and continuous possession) of the land.

Shutdown at desal plant

Man killed in second attempt on his life
Police said Roland "Grover" Phillip, 33, was shot and killed at Sunshine Avenue, San Juan, around 6 pm.

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