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Gun Talk
Posted: Sunday, July 7, 2024

Gun Talk
T&T's firearms dilemma

Fyzabad teen dies from dengue, 190 cases confirmed

Behind the shadows of the SSA
The operations of the Strategic Services Agency, a key tool in the fight against crime, terrorism and drug trafficking, have been catapulted into the spotlight after the Prime Minister made startling claims of the agency being infiltrated by a cult which was stockpiling weapons and ammunition on a mission to overthrow the government.

Former SSA head: Coup plot ludicrous

Kamla says PM's "SSA tale" in parliament a distraction
In a release on Friday evening, she explained the dead-cat tactic as one used by a politician, where he or she deliberately makes a shocking announcement to divert media attention away from problems or failures in other areas of society.

Why let HDC tenants amass such arrears?
Recently, Camille Robinson-Regis, Minister of Housing and Urban Development, and the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) revealed that they plan to move forward with evictions. The minister announced their intention to collect $241.73 million in unpaid rent.

Robinson-Regis emphasised that the eviction plan is required to improve the HDC's collection of outstanding payments and that there would be no debt forgiveness for late tenants. Tenant arrears as of April 30 varied from $22,000 to $128,000, with non-payment intervals of 2.5 to seven years.

17-member team to represent Trinidad and Tobago at Paris Olympics

TPP ready for internal election
ONLY registered members of the Tobago People's Party (TPP) will be eligible to vote in the party's inaugural internal election set for July 7.

‘Small eco-resorts a better fit for Tobago'
Independent Senator Anthony Vieira is urging the Government to reconsider its preference for large-brand hotels as a mechanism for development in Tobago, given the impact on the environment.

Judge clears the way for criminal charges to be laid against Anand Ramlogan
West claimed that he was approached by Ramlogan to withdraw his witness statement in a defamation case against then-opposition leader Dr Keith Rowley in 2014 in exchange for being appointed as PCA director.

The former attorney general is accused of obstructing justice by using threats and bribery to persuade West to not give evidence in Ramlogan's defamation case against Rowley. He is also accused of misbehaving in public office by improperly endeavouring for West not to testify on Rowley's behalf.

Tobago businessman Allan Warner charged with illegal mining
On Thursday 4th July, 2024, Warner was identified as the owner of an aggregate mining plant at Moonan Road, Wallerfield, and was released on $100,000 bail with surety by justice of the peace Abrahim Ali.

Rise of the Resistance Gang
Corrupt cops implicated...

Protest granny has her day in court
He told the court the matter stemmed from frustrations Barrackpore residents were facing when it came to the condition of the roads and a water shortage.

Beetham mother questions autopsy findings in infant's death
AKISHA Bains said her grief has turned into anger and she does not accept the autopsy finding that her six-week-old premature baby died of aspiration pneumonitis and a ventricular septal defect (VSD).

Man gunned down near park in Point Fortin
The victim was identified as 25-year-old Deshawn Cornwall, of Cochrane Village, Guapo.

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