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Couple found dead
Posted: Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Couple found dead in Vega de Oropouche
Police hunt jealous ex-lover

Man gunned down after visiting mom in hospital

Cop's killing a hit say investigators
Family wants justice

PM: Pay your rent, we will put you out
$120 million owed by 3,000 people

PM warns bad pay HDC tenants again
Pay rent or we'll evict you

President Weekes calls for compassion in Migration Day message

Pan Trinbago unhappy with plans to scrap North Stand

Tobago Tourism Agency accused of plagiarism

'Shipment with marijuana not checked at port'
...the container was cleared at a TT port by Customs and Excise officers and arrived at the Coca-Cola factory late on Thursday. Employees were assigned to remove the beers from the container to be taken inside when around 10.30 am, the drugs were discovered.

No more regular gas on the market
Fishermen threaten protests

CEO sent on leave
PUBLIC Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte and Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) chairman Romney Thomas today rejected allegations that WASA CEO Dr Ellis Burris was sent on leave because of planned mass retrenchment at the authority.

Moonilal writes for Rowley to be sent to Privileges
over his comments that the Opposition was working with Venezuelan opposition forces to torpedo the TT/Venezuela gas deal.

Terrence hits Devant on data-dumping
On the claim he was doing Persad-Bissessar's bidding, Maharaj said, "I work for no-one. I'm a member of the UNC and Kamla is my political leader but I am outside the pale of the whip. I am not in the House nor am I on the UNC executive."

Amid protests, Petrotrin ex-workers offered housing, farmlands
Dr Rowley said workers would receive priority housing under the Aided Self-Help Housing Programme as well as funding for agriculture on Petrotrin lands.

Sandals accused of cover-up
Ramona: Assaults must not occur in Tobago

Khan hired to take action against PM
...if he fails to trigger a section 137 tribunal to investigate allegations of misconduct against Chief Justice Ivor Archie.

Ex-Caroni cane farmer wins $.3m from State
Former private cane farmer Dipchand Lal received a cheque for over $300,000, after he challenged the state for his portion of money which they were owed following the closure of Caroni 1975 Ltd in 2007.

$3.8m Westmoorings drug bust
Sankar secures bail

Cops find ganja stash in St Joseph
Police officers from the Central Division Major Crime Unit found several packages of marijuana valued at $65,000 hidden in a bushy area at Maracas/St Joseph on Monday.

$75,000 bail for cop charged with accepting bribe
It is alleged that Toolaram accepted $3000,00 cash from a woman to secure bail for her husband who was charged for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Trini who faked his own kidnapping coming home for the holidays
Sawak Maraj, 33, is currently on GY $1 million bail after he reportedly staged his own kidnapping in October 2017, and conspired with two other Trinidadian nationals to extort a ransom of US$700,000 from his family.

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