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COPS FOIL GRANDE ROBBERY
Keen observation by four police
officers of the Sangre Grande
Task Force, who were return-
ing to the Sangre Grande Police
Station after completing duty at
Toco, resulted in the foiling of a
robbery at a hardware at Paharry
Village on the Toco Main Road.
Lana Maharaj Boodoo: Well
Don Harrylal: Once more good
riddance to bad rubbish. On the
other hand they were good boys they
always helping people in the com-
Miguel Boss: The police did a
good job, I hardly get to say this.
Rick Lalla: I am sorry but they
will get bail and be back outside do-
ing the same thing.
Lisa Rama: Congrats to the police
officers are doing a good job protect-
ing and serving T&T.
Josanne Edwards: Well done! Get
rid of these miscreants.
Adeola James: TTPS wukking!
I've really been taking notice of the
good work we have been seeing from
our officers and even coast guard of-
ficers lately. Good job guys!
Melina Hutchinson: Good job
officers, but why allyuh kill mammy
Jean-Paul De Guru Henry: Love
to read stories like this. Not all police
lazy. Good work officers.
Garcia: Statements on drug trade
in primary schools erroneous
Anthony Garcia says there is
no need for any investigation
into statements made last week
about an alleged rampant drug
trade in primary schools.
Sharon Williams: In the first
place if you'll were paying attention
to what your children doing in school
and after then none of these things
will take place. Family life is very im-
portant so stop talking nonsense and
blaming the minister. The problem is
some of you parents.
Melina Hutchinson: A drug trade
in primary schools? What an irre-
sponsible statement to make! These
people don't care if they mash up the
country as long as they do damage to
the PNM with their vicious lies, they
Petal Austin: Well yes!
From Alta to law school
At age 27, barely able to spell
more than his name, John
Bascombe made the decision to
go to Adult Literacy Tutors Asso-
ciation (Alta) classes. Just eight
years later, the Crown Trace, En-
terprise, Chaguanas resident has
completed the Alta programme,
passed CXC and CAPE exams and
has been accepted to law school
and will begin his first classes in
Lily Blossom: Excellent!
Stacy Guytan: Congratulations,
the sky is the limit, and may God
continue to work in your life.
Kelly Boodoo: Congrats, success
awaits. Your journey just began.
God's blessings my dear, aim for the
Nicholas Maraj: Honestly this is
amazing...the only thing no one can
take away from you is your educa-
Sharline Francois Jorsling: Well
done Mr Bascombe. May you always
hold your head up!
Neil Saigal: This is what we need
to promote not Bunji and Machel.
Rajwanti Charles: Congratula-
tions! Wish every front page news-
paper carry his pic for just one whole
week. Congrats again.
Nerissa Dqueen: "Whatever the
mind can conceive and believe, the
mind can achieve."
Dion Forteau: I pray that his
achievements are an inspiration for
others to follow.
Suzette Hay: You are such an in-
Jewel M Hydes: Love stories like
Stacy Mohamed: That is truly a
wonderful story! That could not be
easy at all...wish we had more stories
like this instead of the young men
who seek out crime.
Germain John: This is really
wonderful. I am sharing in your suc-
cess. God will see you to the end.
PM Rowley to unions:
Return to tripartite approach
Prime Minister Dr Keith Row-
ley wants labour leaders to
acknowledge the reality and
outcomes of T&T's "straitened
circumstances" and return to
the Tripartite approach enabled
by the Government, rather than
rely on "threats, bombast, finger
pointing and insults."
Korey Vincent: I've notice how
our intellectuals, sycophants and
supporters of the PM usually cast
aspersions and criticise the union
leaders, whenever they're objective
of government plans and policy. The
general public themselves, being
hypocrites always suggesting that the
majority of government employees
are responsible for the Third World
backward system that is the public
service. Ironically, many citizens are
still able to conduct business always
having contacts in this much bu-
reaucratic society, and the loud com-
plainers themselves are also public
John W Smith: Roget biting the
hand that fed him $15 million big
ones for his support and loyalty.
Don Harrylal: When he was
parading around hand in hand with
Roget securing votes and pounding
Kamla, life was good then. Money
done, friends done.
Robert Singh: You said we are all
living in peace and harmony. What
Emmanuel George: Unions are
part of the problem in TT.
Mayaro beach covered in weeds
Tangled, green vines, which
lifeguards say are lilies, have
washed ashore on the Mayaro
beach forcing bathers away.
Madonna Brandon If it ain't one
thing, it's another! Sigh
Leslie Mulraine This is not sea-
Charmaine Timothy That par-
ticular sea weed is called water hya-
cinth it. It usually happens whenever
the Orinoco River overflows. It's not
unusual to see it, what is unusual is
Sherry-ann Judy George In
Trinidad we 've all kind of weed...
this time it's seaweed.
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CSI at the scene of the shooting outside Paharry Village Hardware along the Toco
Main Road, on Saturday. PHOTO: RALPH BANWARIE
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walk your road,
as you live your
life, relish the
road. And relish
the fact that the
road of your life
will probably be
a windy road."
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