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Posted: Friday, January 4, 2019

Bloody start to new year

Three murders in three hours

Sinanan: Stickers not the problem

Be reasonable with inspection in Tobago—Duke two of three working authorised vehicle inspection stations, service the entire of Tobago. Both are located on the western end of the island the Licensing Department on Shirvan Road, Buccoo and Sylvester Auto World, Sherwood Park, Carnbee.

Trini mother faces Iraqi judge
PM's former advisor claims TT women not ISIS fighters as…

Mayor predicts goodyear for Pt Fortin
Pt Fortin Mayor Abdon Mason says the outlook for the borough this year is good and among priorities will be the completion of the Pt Fortin Area Hospital and continuation of the highway extension to the borough.

Let's talk money
TTUTA, CPO discuss salary rise for teachers

Hinds warns against Service Commission in Tobago
Hinds questioned if the establishment of the two entities would meet the expectations of Tobagonians.

Protest over defective PTSC buses continues
Drivers feel public's wrath

NLCB admits snag in lottery tax collection
NATIONAL Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) chairman Eustace Nancis has acknowledged there was a problem with the automatic collection of lottery tax but it has since been resolved.

TRHA appoints Zimbabwean as Medical Chief of Staff

Garcia: All schools ready for reopening Monday

Griffith unveils Carnival security plans to NCC

Gary: Pepper spray, stun guns for cops

Sir Fenton's funeral

Charlotte Street to get facelift
Street vendors who ply their trade on Charlotte Street, Port-of-Spain, between Thursday to Sunday will have to wait for six weeks before returning to their stalls as workers of the City Corporation look to clean up the busy street.

Rio Claro band faces bleak Panorama future
Pascal yesterday asked about the 2018 stipend. He said his unsponsored band, the only one between Mayaro and San Fernando that competed at Panorama, was made up of mainly young players who were looking forward to the stipend of $1,000.

Church must be more relevant
In a fast-paced world, Presbyterian minister says…

Triplets on New Year's Day
The new year came with blessings for 31-year-old Nicole Murray, who delivered triplets at San Fernando General Hospital shortly before midday on Tuesday.

Baby survives 7-foot fall

3 charged for thefts at Heritage Petroleum
...thousands worth of heavy oil equipment

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