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Illegal street vending and loud music — a no, no – Trinidad News


Illegal street vending and loud music — a no, no
Trinidad News
Zero tolerance will be meted out to illegal street vending and loud music by the Port-of-Spain City Corporation and the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service during the Parade of the Bands on Carnival Monday and Tuesday this year. This was the stern ...

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Police on alert in Tobago – Trinidad News


Police on alert in Tobago
Trinidad News
There is a “beefed up” police presence in Tobago to deal with any incidents of violence in the campaign leading up to Monday's executive election for the Tobago House of Assembly (THA). There have been reports circulating about vandalism, and attacks ...

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THA election ‘a referendum’ – Trinidad News


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THA election 'a referendum'
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PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar on Thursday night urged Tobagonians to consider Monday's Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election as a referendum on the issue of internal self-governance, as she accused the Opposition PNM of contempt and ...
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LAST LAP FOR VOTES – Trinidad News

LAST LAP FOR VOTESTrinidad NewsIn a sign of the frenetic nature of the build-up to the election there was a virtual battle of political DJs at the launch of a University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) campus at Scarborough, attended by Persad-Bissessar. ...

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LAST LAP FOR VOTES

POLITICAL parties vying for the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) yesterday began their last lap, seeking to create a final push of momentum ahead of Monday’s polls.

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Police on alert in Tobago

There is a “beefed up” police presence in Tobago to deal with any incidents of violence in the campaign leading up to Monday’s executive election for the Tobago House of Assembly (THA).

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Torture for Williams

SAYING that nowhere else in the world must a commissioner of police go through the “type of torture” Stephen Williams has, National Security Minister Jack Warner yesterday vowed to revisit the law regarding the appointment of a Commissioner of Police (CoP) to streamline the system.

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Illegal street vending and loud music — a no, no

Zero tolerance will be meted out to illegal street vending and loud music by the Port-of-Spain City Corporation and the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service during the Parade of the Bands on Carnival Monday and Tuesday this year.

Read More »