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Cabinet in retreat at Crews Inn
Posted: Wednesday, September 13, 2023

Cabinet in retreat at Crews Inn
FOLLOWING the formalities of Monday's ceremonial opening of Parliament, government ministers headed to more relaxed atmosphere of CrewsInn, Chaguaramas, for a three-day Cabinet retreat from Monday evening to Wednesday.

WPC shoots husband, takes her own life
Murder/suicide in Chaguanas

2 cops dead in apparent murder-suicide

New Sando mayor plans to tackle homelessness

UNC 'ready and willing' to cooperate, says Kamla
Persad-Bissessar knocked the Government's three-day retreat at CrewsInn, saying that changes are inevitable because their "backs are against the wall" but reshuffling a "pack of jokers" will bring about no meaningful change.

Business leaders agree with President's collaboration call

Let us not forget our special-needs students
As a parent of a special-needs child who has entered secondary school, I have concluded that there is still lots of work to be done for the inclusion and sensitising of special-needs students in schools, both primary and secondary.

Police want meth trafficking accused's bail revoked
The police have applied to revoke the bail that was granted to a 24-year-old Chinese national accused of methamphetamine trafficking.

During his first court appearance on August 15, Hong Fei Wu was granted $100,000 bail by Senior Magistrate Armina Deonarinesingh.

Funeral home worker killed outside workplace
"Being from the Laventille district and being in the funeral industry, we have become numb, we have become immune. At one point, it (murder) used to be a surprise, now you just want to know who it is.

"Gunshots don't scare you anymore, the police putting up caution tape and all these things no longer affects you."

Guyanese woman shot dead in Penal, husband wounded
POLICE are searching for a motive in the shooting death of Guyanese national, Seema Lilman, in what appears to be a hit, on the 31/4 MM Penal Rock Road on Tuesday morning.

Lilman's common-law-husband, Rajesh Bridgelal was critically wounded and is fighting for his life at the San Fernando General Hospital.

Police are searching for two men of Spanish descent, who were seen leaving the scene of the homicide/wounding incident.

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