TASER TRAINING FOR 600
Posted: Saturday, January 5, 2019
TASER TRAINING FOR 600
Police to get non-lethal weapons
Griffith sticks to promise
Shake-up in top brass
Fake UNC dream team
Kamla hits mischief makers
Kamla welcomes CoP's move to close Emailgate probe
Sinanan hopeful on car inspections
WORKS and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan is optimistic that people who are yet to have their vehicles inspected, will get that done soon.
Garage owners: We're paying the price for errant drivers
Private garage owners are also now being forced to line up at the licensing office for hours in order to replenish their supply of stickers and certificates.
Tobago motorists want more time
Bus service back to normal
THERE were no glitches yesterday with the public transport system, said the Public Transport Service Corporation's (PTSC) general manager Bashir Mohammed.
No buses in South West, commuters stranded
Mother of Zika baby threatens to sue
Minister: 10 swine flu cases in T&T
Savannah booths up soon
IT IS one of the first indicators at the Queen's Park Savannah that Carnival is here.
ODPM: No reports of major damage after 4.6 'quake
Met Office urges citizens to conserve water ahead of harsh Dry Season
Emergency cutback at Point Lisas desalination plant
Kublalsingh turns lawyer
Kublalsingh, together with president of the TT Farmers Association Shiraz Khan, is seeking judicial review of the EMA's failure to consider the impact of such a housing project on the aquifer.
Kublalsingh seeks to save St Augustine nursery
'My baby is fine thanks to God'
Fire Officer hospitalised after falling from moving fire truck
As the appliance swung out from the Fire Station and onto the Ojoe Road, some 200 m away from the station, a door burst open and Alexander was thrown out.
Throat slit, burnt, doused with acid
Vijay Ramoutar was passionate about farming and took charge of the business. He studied agriculture and later found innovative ways to keep the business thriving.
Woman: I smoking since nine
Shalana Hamilton, 27, of Moruga, pleaded guilty to possession of 5.7 grammes of marijuana on Thursday and admitted to magistrate Alicia Chankar that she smokes the drug three times a day.
Man homeless 3 times in 5 years
Robbery possible motive in Malabar murder
Homicide investigators are watching footage of the murder of a 32-year-old St Augustine man in Malabar on Wednesday night and believe robbery was the motive.
Cops still searching for 3 gunmen
Boxing Day shootout
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