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Jack begs Bas to return
Posted: Thursday, December 20, 2018

Jack begs Bas to return to politics
Let's unite to fight enemy

OWTU tries to sell Petrotrin refinery plan again
We'll make regular gasóRoget

Baptiste-Primus: 'Support for unemployed people'
Ten-point plan on unemployment which the Ministry of Labour and Small Enterprise Development has developed: "The objective of the plan is to provide immediate short and medium term assistance to unemployed persons and where necessary their families."

Faris to Senators: Stop ignoring me he piloted a bill to amend the Proceeds of Crime, Anti-Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Unit Acts.

Devant releases UNC numbers now
Maharaj released the personal phone numbers of Kamla Persad-Bissessar, 17 UNC MPs and St Augustine MP Prakash Ramdhar. Ramadhar is a Congress of the People member.

Ferdie: Govt must accept responsibility for seabridge collapse

T&T's deportee problem: What are the causes?

Fill vacant posts in DPP's office nowóRamdeen

Financial constraints affect soldiers' meals

Lawyers to appear in court for unlawful adoption of baby
The baby's mother, a Venezuelan, who gave birth in September, was allegedly coerced in selling her baby for US $2,000.

Hospital probes woman's death after giving birth
Davis Nedd is claiming that his wife's death was due to negligence on the part of the medical personnel at the Ward of the San Fernando General Hospital.

Cellphones a lucrative business in jail - Wilson

Kidnap victim calls family

Five more held for cop's murder

Teen on murder charge
A 17-year-old has appeared in the Port of Spain Children's Court, charged with last month's murder of a plumbing contractor in Sangre Grande.

Former port worker charged with ganja trafficking
A Cocorite man appeared before Magistrate Indrani Cedeno in the Scarborough Magistrates' Court on Monday charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.

Four acquitted in separate trials

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