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3 housing projects for PoS
Posted: Sunday, November 17, 2019

3 housing projects for PoS
...the three developments are expected to be part of a larger government initiative to provide 6,000 housing units by December next year.

More Carifesta confusion
Artistes and suppliers reportedly owed millions

One love in Grande
PNM, UNC tie for corporation's control yet

The legacy of Sat Maharaj

Sat's passing leaves void in education

Independent joins fight for Siparia corporation
He was shot in the left side of the chest while campaigning for local government elections in 2016, but Victor Roberts has returned as an independent candidate and has vowed to fight till his "last breath" to become a councillor.

Sinanan urges citizens to be road safe

Sinanan: U-Turn system coming in 2020
"It's a major breakthrough. It's not just about taking away people's driving permits, it's about rehabilitating them. It's about teaching them. If you lose your driver's permit, based on the number of points, you need to go into some sort of rehabilitation and only when we're satisfied that you understand the importance of earning and having a driver's permit, only then you would be able to get it back."

Pan in Pain
Audit of steelband body exposes glaring non-compliance

PM remains ill with flu
Rowley has missed recent daily engagements since it was reported on Tuesday that he was ill.

Girl, 3, dies, family suspect swine flu
Prentice Smith and Daywate Sinanan are now calling for a full investigation into the death of their daughter, Pretoria Smith, by the Health Ministry as they said they were told by a district medical officer after an autopsy was done that the toddler may have died from the H1N1 virus.

8 swept off Argyle Falls in Tobago
Of the eight people who were washed away to the lower levels of the waterfall and along the river, six were rescued. The other two were found but described as unresponsive.

Beaten to death with brick, but business as usual
Police say the suspect asked Soondar for a cigarette. When Soondar refused, the suspect launched the attack.

Killed while taking Christmas decorations from car
She was the 54th woman murdered for the year, and the 460th person to be killed for the year so far.

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