Any further delays in the construction of the Point Fortin Highway would have cost government hundreds of millions of dollars.

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28 Jun 12

      The police service will support the reintroduction of the “Flying Squad” if it results in a reduction in crime.

4,709
26 Jun 12

A magistrate today dismissed a long standing charge against Basdeo Panday for failing to declare a London bank account when he was  Prime minister.

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26 Jun 12

A Unipet Service Station has had its water supply disconnected by WASA for an outstanding bill of just under 42-thousand dollars.

The service station, located at the corner...

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15 Jun 12

The Police Service Commission is monitoring media reports on the TT Police Service and has found much more negative than positive coverage for the past week, at least.

For...

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15 Jun 12

       Trade Unionists have made it clear that they intend to give the government thunder for the remainder of its term in office.

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11 Jun 12

  Two murders were reported overnight, in central and South Trinidad.

    In the first instance 35 year old Dominic Baptiste was standing outside his...

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11 Jun 12

Attorneys employed by the state will not be allowed to vote in or run for elections for the executive of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago.

 The Appeal Court...

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8 Jun 12

The war of words between former FIFA officials Jack Warner and Chuck Blazer has worsened with the latest round of allegations.

Warner claims that Blazer has been using Umbro...

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8 Jun 12

        There has been a surge in murders in the past couple of months, especially in areas outside of the traditional hot spots that were identified during...

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28 May 12