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Posted: Monday, December 17, 2018

After cellphone leak, Webster-Roy warns

Police searching for 2 gunmen

Schoolboy, 16, held for cop's murder

'One shot one kill' is poor policing
Fixin' T&T president slams Gary:

Cubans dispute refugee numbers at warehouse
ONE day after businessman Churchill Akaloo expressed frustration over the growing number of Cuban refugees at his warehouse in Warrenville, the Cubans are denying that there are 171 people staying at the location.

Kamla: TT still in recession
She said mass lay-offs was also expected at state enterprises such as WASA and TTEC should government persist on its present course of action regarding the economy.

UDeCOTT shifts to PM's office
Moonilal asked, "In light of the fact that Sandals was not procured through normal channels, could the Prime Minister indicate whether UDeCOTT is the project manager and UDeCOTT is under the Office of the Prime Minister".

Opposition Leader: Enough evidence for PM to act on CJ

Padarath: PM should heed Kazim's advice make cellphone numbers and e-mail addresses of elected representatives public, including his.

With Local Govt reform, there'll be no room for 'crapauds'

Lawyer cop bypassed for promotion wins lawsuit
Ramdath Phillip, a qualified attorney and police prosecutor attached to the Southern Division, was successful in his judicial review lawsuit challenging the Board's decision to deny him the maximum 35 points given to officers who pos­sess a law degree.

Young probes discrimination
Married Hindu woman turned away at Passport office

PM: Cudjoe's book a gift to the nation
The book, The Slavemaster of Trinidad: William Hardin Burnley and the Nineteenth Century Atlantic World, was published by the University of Massachusetts Press and chronicles the life and times of William Burnley, the largest slaveowner in Trinidad who was often referred to as one of the nation's founding fathers.

Mother Yvette fears for TT
Tsunami for sinfulness soon

Prosthetic hand for scratch bomb victim
Joshua lost part of his right hand three years ago when he innocently placed a scratch bomb into a lighted deya during Divali celebrations at his parent's Debe Trace, Debe home.

Sheron's brother abducted by fake cops
Police sources said the kidnapping occurred around 5 am on Sunday while Sheldon was liming with friends in Claxton Bay.

Prison officer reports threat by inmates
A 29-YEAR-OLD prison officer assigned to the remand section of the Maximum Security Prison went to the Arouca Police Station on Saturday and reported a death threat made by a remand prisoner awaiting trial for murder.

Scrap iron dealer charged with murder
Bhagaloo, also called "Jacko", 33, was shot multiple times in the head at his family's home at Teak Drive, Macaulay, Claxton Bay, at about 8 pm on December 6.

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