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Posted: Saturday, December 8, 2018

Duke: President wrong on Public Service

Suruj: 75 per cent earning under $6000 a month
He said if a bank gives 40 per cent of gross income as a mortgage repayment then people earning less than $6,000 can only afford $2,400 a month on a mortgage.

Desalcott should be on track by today
Le Hunte on water problems

Panday in dark over move to oust him from Rienzi

Grand release party planned for Buju in PoS
None in Jamaica but

Need for alternative medicine regulation
'Life and death' issue

Pull Galleons Passage off seabridge: Hadad
Interisle Transportation Committee chair Diane Hadad said yesterday that the "the vessel (Galleons Passage) is clearly not suitable for the purpose for which it was bought."

Sinanan: Rough seas caused falling ceiling panels on
Galleon's Passage

Superior's family blanked use of NAPA for funeral
FAMILY members of Lord Superior (Andrew Marcano) said arranging the calypsonian's funeral was a painstaking task, as they were not allowed to use the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA) in Port of Spain and had to change plans at the last minute.

'Turnkeys' under watch
Prisons head warns rogue officers

Suspects dump ganja as cops close in

Weekend in jail for Westmoorings four

Woman charged with stealing Children's Life Fund money
Krisas Sookraj, 43, of School Street, Carenage, was charged with 13 counts of fraud against the Children's Life Fund amounting to US$15,640.

Skills training rehab at YTC a major challenge

Boys smoke weed in YTC
YOUNG males being housed at the Youth Training Centre (YTC) at Golden Grove are using off-site visits to smoke marijuana instead of pursuing studies, learnt Parliament's Joint Select Committee (JSC) on Human Rights yesterday.

Gary the Great: T&T Chamber lauds CoP

Relentless murder rate climbing to 500

Chef shot in the head during robbery

Scrap iron dealer slain in yard
Jealousy led to his death—mom

Rape accused murdered at home
LYING on the spot where gunmen killed her son, Claxton Bay mother of eight Jean Subaran screamed and held her stomach, while speaking as though he was alive and listening to her.

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