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Crime and Court

Judge fears T&T may become failed state

A HIGH Court judge is warning that T&T could be coursing down a path to becoming a failed state, if the blame game affecting the criminal justice system does not stop...

More cops relieved of firearms

For the second time in a month, firearms have been seized from officers belonging to a police unit operating in Port-of-Spain...

Other

Works Ministry introduces polymer crash barriers

The Highways Division of the Ministry of Works has embarked on a new initiative to prevent road accidents on the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway...

Camille aims to strengthen ties with Canada

T&T’s new High Commissioner to Canada, Camille Robinson-Regis who picks up duties on Monday, will be promoting T&T via an improved trade thrust, Regis indicated yesterday...

1,500 more Chinese for Alutrint complex

Approximately 1,500 more Chinese workers are being brought to Trinidad to start work on the Alutrint Aluminium complex at La Brea...

Silent protest planned for International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day, and while those of other nations will mark the day with pomp and gaiety, some feminists of T&T will march in single file around the Red House, Port-of-Spain...

 

 

 
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