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Gary: No to SoE
Posted: Wednesday, January 17, 2024

Gary: No to SoE
...It should be last resort, says former CoP

Young dismisses Kamla's call for SoE
"But no one countered that with the truth of what the 2011 State of Emergency really was, the number of lawsuits that flowed through it, the illegality of it et cetera and those are the things we the citizens are counting on you all (the media) to remind us of and to provide the truth and put aside the narratives that can't be supported," Young said.

A case for dollarisation?
T&T's need for forex—

Religious groups monitoring flu, covid viruses
WITH covid19 cases on the rise, coupled with the ongoing influenza season, religious organisations are closely monitoring these health developments and taking precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the viruses.

Four confirmed covid cases in Tobago

Tobago bandleaders upset, claim parade, J'Ouvert, afro queen show scrapped

Grieving parents at anti-crime talks: no word on daughter missing nearly 6 years...
What happened to my baby, Sharday?

Eight shot, 2 die in Morvant mass shooting

Missing taxi-driver found beaten with 50 stab wounds
A missing Cocoyea taxi-­driver was found beneath a bridge on the Point Fortin highway yesterday, clinging to life after he was brutally beaten on his head and stabbed multiple times by bandits who hijacked his car and robbed him.

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