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Crime & Court

Out-of-town bandits ‘lock down’ Couva

The once-quiet town of Couva is now a terror-stricken community. Criminals from the north, reportedly staying with relatives in Government housing developments in the area since the setting up of army camps in Laventille and Diego Martin, now rule in the area.

Politics

 

Joseph: Police recruits caught lying

Young nationals of T&T are coming forward in droves to join the Police Service. But while they may have the minimum educational requirement of five ordinary level GCE or CXC passes, a lot of them are stumbling.

Other

Businessmen: Pay more attention to local food

The jump in headline inflation from 11.9 per cent to 13.5 per cent has businessmen concerned about low-income earners.

Le Gendre: Schools lack love

Education Minister Esther Le Gendre says there is a lack of love in the school system. While several programmes were developed by the ministry to help students in and out of school, what was missing was love.

2 die, 1 critical in Tobago accident

An accident in Tobago has left two men dead and a woman in critical condition at hospital. Dead are John Waldron, 35, of Goodwood, and Keon Spence, 23, of Pembroke.

 

 

 

 

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