Princes Town, Trinidad and Tobago Newswire

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  1. not a Black CentRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Trinidad and Tobago News

    NOT A BLACK CENT 600 temps out Petrotrin severance package T&T can lose Caricom market for fuel OWTU to file contempt case against Petrotrin Bharath to govt on St Augustine development: Meet with us Closed Uganda High Commission cost $7m a year Opposition Senator Taharqa Obika asked whether a prior assessment was done to forecast the effect of the closure of the High Commission. Roget uses the n-word for those joking about serious issues Thema's lawyers worked for free Represented by a high profile team of SC Martin Daly and attorney Keith Scotland, many wondered how much of the $200,000, Williams would retain when legal expenses are considered.

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  2. news2 charged in kidnapping, assault at mosque20181120141705Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 20 | Trinidad Guardian

    Two men attached to the Carapo Mosque have been charged in relation to the kidnapping and assault of a Princes Town man. The men are set to appear before an Arima Magistrate Tuesday afternoon charged with false imprisonment, assault by beating, robbery with violence and kidnapping.

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  3. Pundit shows good Ram and evil Rawan quite active in societyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 20 | Trinadad Express

    During my recent visit to Trinidad I was fortunate to attend a few discourses with a unique focus on the Ramayan and the universality of Hinduism or Sanatan Dharma, which is the true name of the religion practised by millions across the world. The presentation, by Pundit Vikram Maharaj of San Fernando, at the home of Siew Nandlal of Princes Town, was entirely in Sanskrit and the pundit explained the messages in the Ramayan in everyday English.

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  4. newsCops arrest imam during Carapo raid20181118152653Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 18 | Trinidad Guardian

    Police have arrested the imam of a Carapo mosque in connection with an alleged assault, kidnapping and robbery incident last week. Central Division police said the imam was among seven people arrested Saturday night following a complaint made by the victim.

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  5. Highway HorrorRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Trinidad and Tobago News

    HIGHWAY HORROR Man ambushed, shot while driving at Beetham Shooting victim Dwayne King. Traffic shooting victim under police guard Annisette: My son's no gangster Met Office warns of rain, flooding on Wednesday, Thursday PM wants gas producing countries to develop gas-pricing index ...to safeguard natural gas producers from "suffering leakage" of its products by traders who "benefit unfairly" from a country's gas production.

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  6. Kevon RichardsonnewsMurder after Facebook threats20181113205144Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Trinidad Guardian

    Although Kevon Richardson was not a major player on police's radar, his connection to the criminal underworld and "running his mouth" may have cost him his life. Therefore, when he posted several videos on Facebook alleging that some of them were moving drugs through well-known areas, it was suspected that he would be silenced.

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  7. No bail, back to jail for Pollinais kidnap accusedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Trinadad Express

    Cpl George ,right escorts Gregory James and Police Constable Shaundelle Euin to the San Fernando Magistrates' Court. They are charged for the kidnapping for ransom of Natalie Pollonais.

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  8. 'Corrupt prisons officers, your time is near'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2018 | Trinadad Express

    Members of the Trinidad and Tobago prison service lead a procession through the streets of Moruga following the funeral of prison officer Darren Francis on Monday at the Mt. Elvin Baptist Church, St Mary's, Princes Town Fellow officers of slained priosn officer Darren Francis at his funeral at the Mt.

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  9. Iman Alimool Rahim, of the Mafeking Masjid, wades through flood...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2018 | Trinidad Guardian

    Iman Alimool Rahim, of the Mafeking Masjid, wades through flood waters with food items to distribute to residents affected by the flooding in Chrysoston Trace, Mafeking, Mayaro, yesterday . As thousands of citizens remain trapped in their homes by flood waters and shelters are filling up with those who had to flee their homes in the past 72 hours, heavy rainfall has started again, causing flooding in other parts of the country and keeping levels in other areas already affected high.

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  10. South Trinidad gets lucky, as floods ravage east, north, centralRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2018 | Trinadad Express

    The rainfall that cause a historic level of flooding in parts of north and central Trinidad largely spared the south part of the island. Chairman for the Siparia Regional Corporation Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh said though there was heaving rainfall and flash flooding overnight, most have subsided.

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  11. UWI uproarRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2018 | Trinidad and Tobago News

    UWI uproar Two students detained over campus chaos Two UWI students arrested during protest at St Augustine campus Night in jail for 2 protesting students Crowd control drills for cops after UWI protest Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith says he intends to initiate crowd control drills for his officers in the wake of an incident at the University of the West Indies yesterday, in which officers arrested two students during a protest.

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  12. Raffique Shah: Reduce road traffic, improve productivity, economyRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2018 | Trinidad and Tobago News

    Contrary to my assertion in last week's column that most motorists and commuters do not care about the suffering they endure in daily traffic congestions, responses to the article suggest otherwise. As such, I shall share some more thoughts on the issue which is of immense importance to the economy, which it impacts negatively, and the physical and mental health of citizens, which also suffer serious consequences.

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  13. FLASHBACK: Residents of Lengua Road in Indian Walk Princes Town walk...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2018 | Trinidad Guardian

    FLASHBACK: Residents of Lengua Road in Indian Walk Princes Town walk past burning debris during their protest to highlight the poor road conditions in February. Residents who burn debris and block roadways as a form of protest run the risk of being arrested and can face a criminal charge of sedition.

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  14. A pistol and ammunition seized by police in the arrest of a Princes...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2018 | Trinidad Guardian

    The arrest was carried out by officers of the San Fernando Criminal Investigations Department during an anti-crime exercise conducted in the district Sunday morning. According to police reports, officers conducted the exercise between 1 am and 5 am on Sunday, during which they carried out searches at several bars along Coffee Street, San Fernando and in the Ste.

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  15. San Fernando Mayor Junia Regrello, second from left, takes part in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2018 | Trinidad Guardian

    San Fernando Mayor Junia Regrello, second from left, takes part in the Rotary Clubs of San Fernando's Walk to End Polio Now through the streets of San Fernando on Saturday. Although it is preventable, almost 100 women die from cervical cancer annually in T&T and Rotarian Dr Emmanuel Hosein is now appealing to women to get vaccinated.

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  16. Cops, Soldiers in PrisonRead the original story

    Oct 5, 2018 | Trinidad and Tobago News

    COPS, SOLDIERS IN PRISON Moves to crack down on contraband Special police unit implanted at MSP Stiffer penalties for attacks on law officers Come January 2019, Minister of National Security Stuart Young plans to take new legislation before Parliament seeking an increase in the maximum sentences, fines and penalties for committing criminal acts against law enforcement officers. Slain prison officer got death threats Oil-sand mining coming? THE Government's plans to extract oil from tar sands at La Brea has raised the ire of local environmentalist Gary Aboud and former energy minister Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan.

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  17. More...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2018 | Trinidad Guardian

    The Dr Keith Rowley administration is an anti-worker Government and should not embark on a union-busting path or start battling with the people, United National Congress MP Suruj Rambachan has warned. Although residents of Point Fortin and environs are contemplating to block the Southern Main due to its dilapidation, Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan says no new projects can be done until the 2019 national budget is passed by Parliament.

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  18. 'Fat girl' remark sparked brutal school fightRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2018 | Trinadad Express

    A police investigation has been launched into a fight among pupils of the Princes Town West Secondary School, where a schoolboy was seriously injured. Trinidad and Tobago Police Service officers and members of the TT Regiment visited the school on Monday and interviewed pupils on the incident.

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  19. Cop charged with exposing himself to neighbourRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2018 | Trinadad Express

    A POLICE OFFICER appeared before the court on Friday charged with exposing his private parts to his neighbour, a woman. John, 30 who was last attached to the San Fernando Court and Process Department, appeared before San Fernando magistrate Kerri-Anne Byer.

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  20. Pupil stomped on the head in school attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2018 | Trinadad Express

    The Ministry of Education has launched an investigation into a fight at the Princes Town West Secondary School on Thursday, which resulted in on pupil being hospitalised. A ministry official confirmed that the 14-year-old schoolboy was taken to the Princes Town Hospital and transferred to the San Fernando General Hospital.

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