Scratch bombs officially banned
Posted: Saturday, December 29, 2018
Scratch bombs officially banned as Young signs Explosives Order
Persons found breaching the Order may be liable upon indictment, to a fine of $20,000.00 or ten years imprisonment or forfeiture of the items.
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CoP vex over evidence missing from Fraud Squad
Heads to roll
Griffith: There must be no weak link
TTPS shake-up ahead
Brit injured in robbery thanks citizens for help
The Quinam Beach has reopened
Works Minister Rohan Sinanan along with Local Government councillors from the Siparia and Penal/Debe Regional Corporations attended the reopening ceremony held on December 21 at the beach facility, where Sinanan said the project cost approximately $12 million.
More long lines for vehicle inspection
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Young motorcyclist dies in crash
Doctor dismembered in BMW crash
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Two Venezuelans jailed for robbery
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Arima man held with weed
The drug has an estimated street value of TT$17,000.
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