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Thursday, August 15, 2019 - 17:30

Former Minister in the Ministry of National Security Subhas Panday wants the Government to amend the Anti-Gang Act to include white-collar crimes committed by politicians.

Residents of several parts of Southwest Trinidad are facing the night without roofs following a strong thunderstorm that brought gusty winds and heavy rainfall just after 1 pm Thursday this...

Twenty-two persons were arrested, while two firearms, quantities of ammunition and one bulletproof vest were seized Thursday during a joint anti-crime exercise named ‘Golden Tombstone’ in Las...

"As far as the Government is concerned, there is no crisis in Trinidad and Tobago."

A strong thunderstorm brought gusty winds and heavy rainfall to parts of Southwestern Trinidad, just after 1 pm Thursday this afternoon. 

Residents of Las Cuevas say they have no problem with the police doing their job but say they are disappointed with the manner it was done.

An acting police sergeant with 31 years of service is expected to appear before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate today, charged with threatening to kill a female victim.

Police are investigating a murder in Petit Valley on Thursday.

For­mer pub­lic ad­min­is­tra­tion min­is­ter Mar­lene Mc Don­ald has en­coun­tered an­oth­er ob­sta­cle in se­cur­ing her two-mil­lion-dol­lar bail.

For­mer Peo­ple's Part­ner­ship min­is­ter Dr Bhoe Tewarie says the $88 Mil­lion debt be­ing tout­ed as the rea­son for staff cuts at the Ch­aguara­mas De­vel­op­ment Au­thor­i­ty (CDA) is noth­...

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