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Politics

PM wins Chile’s vote for FTAA

Prime Minister Patrick Manning scored a diplomatic victory yesterday by winning Chile’s support for T&T’s bid to be the headquarters of the Free Trade Area of the Americas...

Jeremie in good health—Saith

Acting Prime Minister Lenny Saith yesterday denied a Newsday report that Attorney General John Jeremie, who is overseas on private business, was seriously ill...

Crime & Court

Suspect charged with Morvant junction murder

A Morvant man appeared before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate yesterday, charged with the murder of Elijah Brown...

Security Minister: I’m no soft man

Despite the record murder rate of 107, National Security Minister Martin Joseph has said the crime problem in the country was not as bad as it was being made out to be...

Lawyer: Udecott in limbo

The Injunction temporarily barring the Urban Development Co of T&T from awarding a contract for the construction of the new Ministry of Health headquarters is causing the Government’s real estate developer some concern...

SRP accused of rape under probe

A probe has been launched into allegations that a Special Reserve policeman and his brother had sexual intercourse with a minor seven times between August and December 2003, acting ACP Gilbert Reyes said yesterday...

Other News

Tears flow for Pixie

Hundreds of students from the Siparia Junior and Senior Comprehensive schools lined the streets yesterday to say farewell to murdered teenager Radha Pixie Lakhan...

Eulalie on the mend

Laventille West MP Eulalie James, 65, still recuperating from a leg injury exacerbated by a diabetic condition, said yesterday that she felt better...

‘Soldier’s light will continue to shine’

Even in death, Pt Ruben Cabbler’s light will continue to shine. So said Rev Pam Padarathsingh-Greaves who officiated at his funeral yesterday...

Camille warns vendors: No building on mall site

The Government will not tolerate the construction of any new, unauthorised structures on the burnt-out People’s Mall site in downtown Port-of-Spain, Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis warned yesterday...

 

 

 

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