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GANJA TRAP
Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2020

GANJA TRAP
Convictions stand in way of jobs, US visas

People will need time to heal
Charles says voting process smooth butů

Polls a good practice for general election, says PNM (Tobago) vice-chair

TTPBA maintains concerns over broadcast concessions
Welcomes meeting with Communications Minister

Fyzabad MP wants assessment of RHAs
FYZABAD MP Dr Lackram Bodoe is supporting a call by the TT Registered Nurses Association (TTRNA) for improved industrial practices and communication between the regional health authorities (RHAs) and nurses.

2020 Calypso Monarch prize goes up to $800,000
So far, 205 calypsonians have registered to compete and hopefully take the crown from the 2019 Calypso Monarch, Ronaldo London.

Young to meet with chamber to discuss crime

'Gunmen get big money to kill, cause mayhem'

Chutney Soca champ confident of hat-trick

Young denies politicising crime situation in his Post-Cab remarks

Crime commentators causing panic, says Griffith
Wallerfield triple murders...

Doctors' kidnap suspect paralyzed
His head, neck and shoulders were placed in a cast, and he is in serious condition at the San Fernando General Hospital.

Missing man emerges from forest...with incredible story
"But he said something that was scary. My son said the next day the men put him in a boat and they went out at sea. He thinks it was in Venezuelan water. There were other people on the boat including women. The Spanish speaking men threatened to chop off their heads if they fought back..."

Suspects in PoS shootings released
Three men who were held for a shooting spree in downtown Port of Spain last Wednesday that ended in two deaths have been released, as police continue their search for the gunmen.

Headless body found in Santa Flora
Police said two hunters found the body along a trail and contacted the Santa Flora police station at around 8pm.



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