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Crime and Court
Protesters arrested, roughed up in Chase Village

Two men were arrested yesterday morning by police when a group of angry villagers protested the worsening state of the roads at Lime Head and Perseverance Roads, Chase Village, Chaguanas.

 

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Teachers get time off for TTUTA convention

The Ministry of Education has granted teachers of government and government-assisted schools time off to participate in the National Convention of Teachers 2008 tomorrow.

Hundreds say farewell to fire victims

Final rites for Persad family

Thunder cracked and the skies opened as the charred remains of the Persad family were placed in a hearse on their final journey to the Shore of Peace at Mosquito Creek, La Romaine, yesterday.

Senator calls for five-star hotel in Tobago

Serious crime is creeping into the once peaceful and safe environment of Tobago, Independent Senator Annette Nicholson -Alfred said on Tuesday night.

 

 

 

 

 

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