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Pennywise robbery leaves six dead
Posted: Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Pennywise robbery leaves six dead Police kill 4 bandits, after 2 security guards killed, 2 wounded
After a chase which cause the men to abandon the getaway car and steal another vehicle, the men were eventually cornered in an abandoned house by police.

When the smoke cleared after another exchange of gunfire, police said four bandits were found dead and three AR-15 rifles were recovered from the scene.

2 guards, four bandits killed in robbery attack

3 guards executed for Pennywise $$: Cops kill 4, arrest 1, hunt for accomplices

BYisrael sworn in as THA deputy chief secretary
BYisrael was nominated by Augustine, which was seconded by the electoral representative for Mt St George/ Goodwood Megan Morrison. When the opportunity came for another nominee, Duke was nominated by Minority Leader and electoral representative for Darrel Spring/Whim Kelvon Morris and seconded by Councillor Petal Daniel-Benoit. However, Augustine on a point of order rose, informing the House that only elected members could nominate or second nominations.

'Mutiny': Duke reacts to the THA's decisions

CSO: June inflation at 4.7%, prices up by 1% overall
The CSO said the rate represented an increase from the rate calculated from January to June 2022, which stood at 4.5 per cent.

UTT, CARIRI in partnership to recycle waste tyres
With there being limited tyre disposal or recycling options available, this project is expected to combat environmental problems caused by the pollution of some 1.5 million scrap tyres across the country.

Social Development Ministry hosts Parenting Workshops

Education Ministry replaces national test with learning assessment

Met Office warns approaching system can affect T&T

Time to dismantle centuries of systemic racism, discrimination within sports
In 1972, Vince Matthews and Wayne Collett's peaceful demonstration on the medal podium during the Munich Olympics resulted in the two black American athletes being banned for life from the Olympics by the Avery Brundage-led International Olympic Committee (IOC).

An unjust ban that is still in place. Why is it unjust? Because even with the passage of time, more information and knowledge of the context and lived experiences of what the Black American athletes were protesting. The IOC and the Olympic Movement continue to be unmoved and adamant.

Ex-SM Jaleel VP faces 50 years in US prison
"The defendant stated he has been a part of these pornography sharing WhatsApp groups for approximately eight years and would have a multitude of files that were exchanged throughout that time on sandisk (sd) cards. At this time, there are at least ten files that were described to me as meeting the criteria for child sexual abuse material."

Relative in custody for death of Rachel, 11-year-old mauled by dog
A 32-year-old male suspect is now in police custody in relation to the death of Rachel Bhagwandeen, 11, who was mauled by a dog last month.

Cops say: Gunmen dressed in women's garb kill two in Morvant
Four people dressed in Muslim women's clothing killed two men in Morvant on Monday morning.

Police said the men Keston Baldwin, 35 and Rahim Greaves were on their way to pick avocadoes near their home on Valley Road, Romain Lands, Morvant, at around 10.30 am when a silver Toyota Axio drove up.

Gunmen open fire on home of Trinibad artiste
T&T dancehall artistes who continue to produce and/or are associated with the Trinibad genre, continue to find themselves as the targets of gunmen.

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