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Friday, December 15, 2017

In T&T: Bandit, 15, slain, cop wounded

(Trinidad Guardian) Three days after PC Richard Babwah was killed during a shootout with bandits, another officer was shot under similar circumstances in Marabella. Yesterday,...

Suspected car thief who escaped custody recaptured- Police

A man who had escaped Police custody in October of this year, and who a wanted bulletin was issued for, was minutes before Friday...

Samuels, Joseph ruled out of New Zealand ODIs

Marlon Samuels, Sunil Narine and Alzarri Joseph have been ruled out of West Indies' limited-overs leg of New Zealand. While Samuels was pulled out due to an injured...

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to marry on May 19 — palace

(AFP) Britain's Prince Harry and US actress Meghan Markle will marry on May 19 at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle near London, Kensington...

More than $18B approved for the Public Security Ministry

The Committee of Supplies of the National Assembly on Thursday, approved in excess of $18B to fund the capital and current expenditures for the...

STEAM takes focus as 468 graduate from CPCE

As the Cyril Potter College of Education (CPCE) on Thursday staged its 83rd Graduation Exercises, 468 trained personnel have entered the teaching profession, fully...

Govt will have to provide answers to questions not asked during suspension- Edghill

By Samuel Sukhnandan A seemingly fired up Bishop Juan Edghill told the media on Thursday that he plans to return to the National Assembly after...

GTT walks away with GCCI’s Large Business of the year award

Telecommunications giant GTT on Wednesday evening copped this year’s large business award when the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) hosted its annual...

National Assembly security breached again, this time by singing woman

The National Assembly was breached again on Thursday when a woman who mysteriously passed through security started to sing “God is watching us” after...

West Windies must learn from series loss — Brathwaite

(CMC) — Kraigg Brathwaite said it was important for West Indies players to go back to the drawing board and make the necessary adjustments...

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LETTER: Let common sense prevail

Dear Editor, Did President David Granger break the law with regards to the US$18m ExxonMobil signing bonus being placed into a bank account at the...

Plumber robbed in Campbell Avenue by bicycle bandits

A Plumber who was making his way home in the wee hours of Friday morning was accosted and robbed of his plumbing tools and...

No concrete plan for future of GuySuCo

…Negotiations still ongoing for payment of retrenched workers By Michael Younge The Peoples National Congress-led A Partnership for National Unity and Alliance for Change Government...

Nominees to fill substantive position of top Judicial officials identified- says President

Nominees for two top judicial positions have already been identified and could be appointed with the approval of the Leader of the Opposition. This is...

Diamond taxi driver assaulted, carjacked by armed bandits

A female in the company of two men in the wee hours of Friday morning reportedly assaulted and robbed a Diamond taxi driver of...

Man robbed in bar at Friendship by lone gunman

A business Manager was on Thursday night held up and robbed of his valuables in a bar at Friendship, Public Road, East Bank Demerara...

‘Security of Parliament in these times is assured’- says Acting Top Cop

Acting Commissioner of Police, David Ramnarine has said that while the recent incidents in Parliament convey the impression that the security situation in the...

In T&T: Bandit, 15, slain, cop wounded

(Trinidad Guardian) Three days after PC Richard Babwah was killed during a shootout with bandits, another officer was shot under similar circumstances in Marabella. Yesterday,...

Suspected car thief who escaped custody recaptured- Police

A man who had escaped Police custody in October of this year, and who a wanted bulletin was issued for, was minutes before Friday...

Samuels, Joseph ruled out of New Zealand ODIs

Marlon Samuels, Sunil Narine and Alzarri Joseph have been ruled out of West Indies' limited-overs leg of New Zealand. While Samuels was pulled out due to an injured...