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Saturday, 30 July 2016 21:03

World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

The United Nations is calling on governments across the globe to implement policies to actively join the fight against human trafficking and migrant smuggling. July 30th is observed as World Day Against Trafficking in Persons.
Saturday, 30 July 2016 21:01

MP David Lee Host Walk Against Crime

Member of Parliament for Pointe-a-Pierre, David Lee, held a peace march on Saturday morning, in response to what he says is a marked increase in crime in the area.

Two men have been executed in their sleep at an apartment in St. Joseph.

And in a separate incident, Akile “George” Eugene was shot and killed around 8:30 on Friday night at St. Francois Valley Road, Morvant. The 26-year-old man was shot once in the back.

In another separate incident which occurred at 6:30 this morning, Shawn Carlisle Joseph of Lovell Street, Tunapuna was shot. He died while undergoing treatment.

And again in another separate incident, the body of a man was found on on Tacaruge Road, Caura by a passerby. He was bound and gagged.

Meanwhile, in a separate incident, a 24-year-old Marvin Peters of Arima is warded in serious condition at Mt. Hope after being shot in the face and abdomen around 10pm on Friday.

Do you know this child?

St. Clair Police Officers say he answers to the name Natty Carrington and he is believed to be three years old.

He was picked up at the Nelson Mandela Playpark around 5:30 this evening.

Anyone who knows the parents of Natty Carrington is asked to contact the St. Clair Police Station at 622-4565 or the Belmont Police Station at 624-1848 or 624-7818.

If you want to learn Yoruba, Mandarin, German or Arabic, the Centre for Language Learning at the University of the West Indies in St. Augustine has you covered.

Friday, 29 July 2016 19:59

3 Canal's Emancipation Concert, Three Canal Forever is the rapso group's 10th anniversary Emancipation concert. It’s taking place at the Big Black Box on Murray Street.

One hundred and six tickets were issued today to motorists for various traffic offences following an anti-crime exercise undertaken by the Northern Division in the Arouca Station District and involving officers from the Licensing Department.

The Minister of Planning Camille Robinson-Regis says the government can only pay former cane farmers $84 million of the total$130 million owed to them.

Friday, 29 July 2016 19:25

Improvements At Wallerfield Coming

Things are moving at a pace to get the facilities out at Wallerfield up and running again, following last Sunday’s terrifying crash which injured four patrons.

Friday, 29 July 2016 19:22

Team TTO Warmly Welcomed in São Paulo

Professional athletes who are always off to far-flung destinations know best that there is no place like home and sometimes a little hospitality goes a long way.

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