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Friday, October 31, 2014

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LAS ALTURAS COMMISSIONERS

Cabinet has picked its commissioners to enquire into the Las Alturas housing project fiasco, which was contracted to China Jiang-su. Read More »

PM WON’T INTERVENE IN HUNGER STRIKE

If hunger striker, Dr Wayne Kublalsingh is relying on the Prime Minister's caring intervention to save his fading life, he may very well die. Read More »

GUNMEN KILL CARONI WOMAN AT HOME

An ambush in Caroni that left a woman dead in her backyard. The victim - a housewife shot dead in front of her husband. Police have a suspect in mind. Read More »

SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN NEED HELP

A sigh of relief for teachers and students at the Servol School for special needs children who, after years of appealing for help from the Ministry of Education will now receive the specialised training... Read More »

MAXI TAXIS TAKE OVER BUSES

You try to fix a problem and you just create another. Read More »

ST ANTHONY’S DEFEAT SAN JUAN

St Anthony's and Naparima will again be battling for another Secondary Schools Football title to come Saturday at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium. It's the BGTT First Citizens big 4 crown. Read More »

BADMINTON DOUBLES FINAL

Justin Siu and Rahul Rampersad beat Kerwyn Pantin and Alistair Espinoza 21-15... 22-24... 21-18 in the men's doubles. Read More »

SAMBO ISSUE

Trinidad and Tobago's Sambo team is in need of funds ahead of next month's World Championships in Japan. Read More »

CITY GATE CHANGES

The physical state of the bus terminal at City Gate has long been a source of contention, not just for the workers, but also for the thousands of commuters who use the facility daily. Read More »

WATSON DUKE ON CARNIVAL

President of the Public Service Association Watson Duke says the country is not ready to deal with the Ebola Virus. This on the heels of the National Security Minister Gary Griffith giving the green light for Carnival 2015 to go ahead as scheduled. Read More »

CARNIVAL WILL GO ON AS PLAN

The only thing jumping up like steelpan for Carnival, will be masqueraders! The National Security Minister is rejecting any connection between Carnival and the possible arrival of the Ebola virus to Trinidad and Tobago. Read More »

FOREIGN AGENCIES TO PROBE DANA’S MURDER

The Dana Seetahal murder investigation has reached a point where local police don't have the capacity to analyse the evidence at hand. Read More »

TTPS WAITING TO BUY NEW TECHNOLOGY

Acting Commissioner of Police, Stephen Williams, has accused the government of not acceding to the Police Service's demands for funding thus, putting it at a disadvantage. Read More »

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