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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.

Stuart fires one…signs order banning scratch bombs

Zoological Society on use of fireworks: Remember the animals

Tough new year
Central Bank says TT economy slowing down

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

MOWT advises of extended use of 2018 PBR permits

Young motorcyclist dies in crash

Doctor dismembered in BMW crash
Investigators believe Bahall was not wearing his seatbelt.

Two Venezuelans jailed for robbery
TWO illegal Venezuelan immigrants have been sentenced to three years in jail after they pleaded guilty yesterday of robbing a pharmacy and convenience store at Cedar Hill Road in Claxton Bay two weeks ago.

Arima man held with weed
The drug has an estimated street value of TT$17,000.

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