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My son did not kill Cyon
THE mother of the visually impaired man, deemed to be a main suspect in the shooting death of nine-year-old Cyon Paul, is defending her son saying that he is innocent.
Union in move to buy steel plant
THE STEEL Workers Union of TT (SWUTT) is putting together a group of investors to buy the mothballed ArcelorMittal steel plant at the Point Lisas Industrial Estate and resume operations.
Cabinet approves $1M help for fishermen
CABINET yesterday authorised Finance Minister Colm Imbert to allocate a sum of $1 million to fishermen in south-west Trinidad who have been affected by recent fish kills.
Rowley wants better results on crime
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday empathised with the family of nine-year-old murder victim Cyon Emmanuel Paul and assured the population that the National Security Council (NSC), which he chairs, and the country’s law enforcement agencies are working to bring crime in TT under control.
Cyon's killer will pay, says relative at funeral
EVEN as grieving relatives continue to question the circumstances surrounding the killing of nineyear- old Cyon Emmanuel Paul, some signalling that the child’s killer will “pay”, a pastor yesterday urged family members not to concoct malice in their hearts as vengeance was not up to them.
Drones ban at Independence parade
LIEUTENANT Commander of the Coast Guard and public affairs officer of the Defence Force, Kirk Jean-Baptiste, stated yesterday that absolutely no drones would be allowed over the Grand Stand, Queen’s Park Savannah, or at any point above the parade route during the Independence Day Military Parade next week Wednesday Jean-Baptiste made the remarks yesterday at a media briefing and rehearsal session for members of the armed forces at the Savannah, in which he said that people found using drones over the Savannah would be dealt with according to the law .
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