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$24 million cyber failure
Posted: Sunday, January 14, 2024

TSTT's $24 million cyber failure
TSTT's $24m cybersecurity budget...

Khan: Homeowners must be given time to read warrants
Danger of criminals posing as cops...

'Recruits to help with Carnival patrols'
Thousands show up over 2 days to be screened for TTPS...

Tobago's East Side wins 'animal farm'
Panorama small bands title...

T&TEC New East Side Dimension tops Panorama small band competition

Junior Panorama this Sunday
Naps Combined Steel Orchestra will seek to retain the Junior Panorama crown in the secondary schools category when the competition takes place this Sunday.

Creating Champions
Behind the Mas

Pierrot grenade siblings follow in mom's footsteps

Massy hires Garcia to investigate Parisot-Potter's claims
Last month, Garcia became the centre of the Joint Trade Union Movement's (JTUM) ire after it alleged, without providing evidence, that there may be a possible conflict of interest in a matter he had before the Industrial Court and the non-renewal of the contract of former Industrial Court president Deborah Thomas-Felix. Garcia never responded to queries by the Sunday Guardian on this matter.

Clashes, complaints under former IC chair

Hulsie Bhaggan, Panday's friend turned foe: We moved on
Basdeo Panday had a sharp tongue. Imagine being humiliated by it. But that was the fate of former politician Hulsie Bhaggan. Called "pancake face" on a political platform by Panday after a fallout, Bhaggan, the Silver Fox's friend turned foe, wished for his soul to rest in peace one day after his cremation at the Shore of Peace.

Prisons Commissioner: No evidence linking prison officer's murder to job
Prisons Commissioner Deopersad Ramoutar says there is no evidence to suggest the death of prison officer Kendell Smith was linked to the installation of jammers in the Maximum Security Prison.

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