Posted: Thursday, December 13, 2018
Top cop Griffith on 500 murders
Griffith unhappy as murder toll hits 500
Stakeholders on how to tackle crime
TTPS must be overhauled
You were less likely to get killed etc. in the Southern Division this year
Young a failure and he should resign, says Kamla
TSTT HANGS UP ON WORKERS
Execs among 554 sent home in past month
Managers suspended after info leak to media
TSTT mum on action
Clyde Elder goes to police: 'TSTT guards assaulted me'
Elder said he was summoned by TSTT workers who had grievances about the latest wave of retrenchments.
Imbert to control Local Govt
Come next year
Removed fuel subsidy will mean fluctuating prices
LATT probers denied info on CJ housing request
PM may have to recuse himself
PM 'won't be rushed' on CJ
Hosein: Make cellphones, emails public
In the midst of the ensuing brouhaha, Rural Development and Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein has advised Local Government representatives to make their cell phone numbers and email addresses public.
'I know of no minister who defied Customs'
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley says after speaking with Foreign Affairs Minister Dennis Moses and Planning Minister Camille Robinson-Regis he is satisfied no Government minister defied Customs at Piarco International Airport.
PM brushes off Piarco security furore
No breach by ministers
Pre-term babies 'incompatible with life'
Deyalsingh said this country is doing "fantastically well" but unfortunately in October and November there were a spate of pre-term deliveries.
Two possible venues named for Sex Island
...a member of the Coast Guard identified Monos Island and Gaspar Grande as two islands with private jetties.
Retired foresters want to help with forestry
Bringing home Glenda
Argument over Orchard drink: Dad killed
An argument over an Orchard fruit drink at a mini-mart in Tunapuna has led to the shooting death of 47-year-old Lester "Bellyman" Sookhai on Tuesday.
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