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I'LL BRING THEM HOME
Posted: Tuesday, January 8, 2019

I'LL BRING THEM HOME
UK rocker offers help to Trini boys in Syria

'Trini' ISIS fighter captured by Syrian forces

Rowley: Never forget what they did
Part II of lecture to nation

PM: We have done reasonably well
T&T's debt-to-GDP ratio is decreasing, energy exports are increasing and natural gas production is on the upswing

Carolyn tells Rowley: Say sorry to Tobago
THE Prime Minister must apologise to the people of Tobago for mockingly saying "Ferry, ferry, ferry!" in his national address on Sunday night as these remarks were insensitive to the plight of Tobagonians over the sea-bridge disruption

Kamla: Gov't intent on misleading the country
Lack of plans and bad plans were among the responses from various quarters to the first part of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's address to the nation on Sunday night.

Kamla challenges PM: 'Let's debate, if yuh name man'

Griffith: No rest after hospital visit
"Yes, I did go into overdrive, and I was not eating properly and getting enough rest and I was stressed and overworked the usual kind of things. But, that was nothing that six hours of IV fluids (drips) from St Clair Medical Centre didn't rectify."

Doctors order CoP to rest
Asked whether he had been working too hard, his wife replied, "Amongst other things, but you know that is not going to change any time soon. That is just written into his DNA and that is the only way we both know."

Palo Seco protest over Petrotrin
THE Palo Seco/Erin Justice Committee has signalled its intention to stage the "parents of all marches" to express its frustration at Petrotrin's closure and the State's failure to provide alternative employment...

Kamla: No MP de-selected

Moonilal refuses opening submission to Privileges Committee

CIB lawsuit against Andre Monteil goes to trial
The lawsuit surrounds the financing of a block of Clico-owned shares in the Home Mortgage Bank, of which Monteil was chairman up until April 22, 2008, to Stone Street Capital, a private investment firm which Monteil owned.

Smooth start to school term

Problems remain at Tobago schools
T&T Unified Teachers' Association (TUTTA) representative for the Tobago Orlando Kerr said the union is not satisfied with conditions at some schools and will stand firm until working conditions for teachers and students are improved.

New injunction against PTSC for locking out PBR vendors

Updated: 2 earthquakes strike Venezuela, west of T&T

Met Office warns of hazy conditions as Saharan Dust returns

Over 100 register for Chutney Soca Monarch competition
The semi-finals will be held on Saturday 26th January at the Rig, Gulf View starting at 8pm.

Machel pays tribute to late actor Chris Smith

Hope for heritage street signs

Family horrified over social media photo of slit throat victim
Kenneth Nagim, 35, of Longdenville, was found tied up with his throat slit in an abandoned building at Boodram Street.

Woman confesses to faking rape claim
Leah Phillip, 24, was charged with wasteful employment of police time.

Ex-Venezuelan cop goes to court...and to prison

San Fernando pensioner reported missing
Brewster, of Rushworth Street, San Fernando, was last seen at his home around 2 pm, on Wednesday 2nd January, 2019.




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