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Illegal immigrants held at nightclub

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Thirty women from the Dominican Republic who were arrested at a Central nightclub were taken to the Immigration Division to be processed Source: Trinidad Guardian     

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Dumas’ lawsuit dismissed

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Derek Achong A lawsuit challenging President Anthony Carmona’s appointment of two members of the Police Service Commission on the basis that they wer Source: Trinidad Guardian     

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RED STEEL SPIN

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The Trinidad and Tobago name has rejoined the Red Steel, with thanks to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar. Source: Trinidad Express     

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Al-Rawi: I was talking about Mrs Creed #3

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Opposition Senator Faris Al-Rawi said yesterday the “Mrs Creed” to whom he referred some weeks ago as having received a catering contract in the LifeSport programme was “Mrs Creed, number three”. Source: Trinidad Express     

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Questions over $$, phones found at ‘Diego’ house

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IT is so far unknown if a quantity of money seized from the red-brick house in La Puer­ta, Diego Martin, in 2007, was part of the ransom payment made by the family of murdered Chaguanas businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman, jurors in the murder trial heard yesterd­ay. Source: Trinidad Express     

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No one fired from St Michael’s yet

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Amidst reports of abuse at St Michael’s School for Boys comes word of a bureaucratic nightmare that contributed to the lack of action at the home for troubled boys. Source: Trinidad Express     

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Devant reports food inflation rate down

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For the first time in 21 years, the food price inflation rate has been kept at single digits for the first five consecutive months of the year, Food Production Minister Devant Maharaj said yesterday. Source: Trinidad Express     

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