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Ramlogan's motion dismissed
Posted: Saturday, July 6, 2024

Ramlogan's motion dismissed
...witness-tampering case against former AG can start

Anand to appeal as court clears way for prosecution in alleged witness tampering case

SSA coup

Homeless children invite no burden on State

US$270M PPP to manage POS port's cargo handling

Trini woman's frantic search for Carriacou family: 'I just want to be with them'
"Hurricane Beryl caused extreme damage to Carriacou and Petite Martinique with 70 and 97 per cent of buildings damaged respectively." The report said on July 2, evacuation centres in Grenada were holding 400 people, and peaked at 3,000 during the storm.

In St Vincent and the Grenadines, Union Island, Canouan and Mayreau received the full brunt of Beryl's impact, with the islands being left without food, water, electricity, communication and with destroyed infrastructure. "Approximately 1,750 people are currently housed in 71 public evacuation centres across the islands.

Beryl kills 2 in Jamaica
AT LEAST two people died in Jamaica during the passage of Hurricane Beryl between July 3 and 4, taking the total number of deaths in the region attributed to the hurricane to 11.

Culture Minister: Pan Bill will bring real benefits
He was speaking on July 5 in the Senate, where he piloted the National Musical Instrument Bill 2024, which was passed on July 3 in the House of Representatives.

A pan honour 'long overdue'
Praise for status as national instrument

Doctor urges public to take precautions against dengue

Tributes pour in for late UWI Prof Funso Aiyejina
'One of the most brilliant minds'
...witness-tampering case against former AG can start

Independent Senator Vieira: Update environmental laws
Explaining his reasoning, Vieira said, "Next year the Environmental Management Act will be 30 years old. It is therefore time to review how it has worked, where it falls short and where it can do better."

PM's friend on illegal mining charge
ALLAN WARNER, founder of the Warner Group of Companies and a close friend of the Prime Minister, has been charged with the criminal offence of processing aggregate without a licence after two days in police custody.

I'm outraged by crime too, says Jayanti
OPPOSITION Senator Jayanti Lutchmedial said yesterday she had a list of 100 people she wished could be put in Woodford Square, Port of Spain, before a firing squad because she didn't feel that they deserved to live in this society.

Police seek help in finding missing Venezuelan teens
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating four Venezuelan teens; Sharoll Cedeno, 14, Leoriannys Estanga, 16, Daniela Rivero, 16, and Lindavua De Oliveria, also 16 years old.

5 Venezuelans held in immigration sweep

Balandra family say man was killed for changing his life
They said he used to be involved in the drug trade, but since his arrest during the covid pandemic, he had turned his life around.

"He's a silent man and never used to say much, but to me, he was changing. He was on the wrong side, and during the pandemic, he changed. He had decided to walk a different way.

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