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AG: $14.9b in suspicious transactions in 3 years
Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Inspector Roger Alexander back on duty soon
The assault case against Alexander and Constable Sheldon Mires was discharged in the Port of Spain Magistrates' Court on Tuesday morning.

Sex Doll seized by Customs, owner goes to court
A man whose sex doll was seized by Customs and Excise has been granted leave to file for judicial review.

AG rubbishes building rental impropriety claims

AG left family firm before property rental talks

'Kamla's govt wanted to rent my building too'

AG: $14.9b in suspicious transactions in 3 years

Shell take US$190m T&T impairment
ROYAL DUTCH Shell reported last week that it more than doubled the earnings of the segment of its business that includes T&T in its 2018 financial year.

Cabinet to consider register for migrants
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi says the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) has found $14 billion in suspicious activity and transactions from 2015 to 2018 "in our little TT."

Deyalsingh: 29 at-risk people given meningitis medication
Some 29 people who were in contact with two children who died of meningitis recently, and are now at risk, have been given medication to prevent the disease, Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has said.

Judiciary workers stay away again, but less delays

Commuters stranded in PTSC workers' protest

COTT signs international agreement
THE Copyright Organisation (COTT) has signed an agreement with the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) which protects two rights to every song.

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