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Posted: Friday, December 14, 2018

Top cop Griffith calls on nation

Sex Island venue revealed as Margarita
T&T law agencies stay on alert

'Safety first priority'
Griffith tours downtown PoS

Young won't quit over 500 murders

Murder toll hits 501

Regrello: South the financial capital of TT

Westmoorings drug accused seeks bail
... when Magistrate Aden Stroude granted the $6 million sum it required that the bail would be covered by one property...request on Wednesday to have the requirement adjusted to two properties.

De la Bastide on CJ impeachment:
PM can act on his own

Govt borrows US$600m from CAF
Government yesterday announced it had borrowed US$600 million from a Venezuela-based development bank over the past year.

Young: No concern over Russian aircraft in Venezuela

MSJ leader at protest march
PM restructuring society

Unions ready to rumble again
Where is Jennifer?

Pay daddy for rice paddy
...hold back their monthly loan installments while they recuperate from the effects of the October floods which destroyed their rice fields.

17 Venezuelans arrested in Moruga
It is uncertain whether the foreigners are here legally but up to late yesterday they were being interviewed by teams from the Immigration department.

Nari charged with murdering Joash, 13
NARI Maraj, an air-conditioning technician, appeared before Chaguanas magistrate Christine Charles yesterday afternoon charged with the murder of 13-year-old Trinity College student Joash Pantin.

Crackdown on illegal activities in markets
ALMOST a year after police seized alcohol and other illegal items being sold at the Central Market, Port of Spain, vendors are being warned not to peddle illegal substances there.

Woman injured in Debe smash-up
At around 6 pm, 52-year-old Erla Ferdinand left her San Fernando job to head to her Penal home in the front passenger seat of a taxi she was accustomed to travelling in.

3 suspects held for Penal home invasion
Bandits entered the family's home, chopped a woman across the eye, threatened to kidnap her four-year-old daughter and bit a pensioner's hand. The suspects are in their 20's.

Policemen, ex-policewoman charged with assault
FOR three separate instances of alleged misconduct and assault, two policemen and one former policewoman were arrested and charged and are expected to appear in court today.

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