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Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice Gary Grif­fith says claims made by two pris­on­ers on the run about their in­no­cence will have to be de­ter­mined by a court of law.

The Fi­nan­cial In­tel­li­gence Unit's (FIU) de­tec­tion rate of sus­pi­cious ac­tiv­i­ty in the fi­nan­cial sec­tor is up by 25 per cent in com­par­i­son to last year.

A se­cret agri­cul­tur­al plot in Los Iros, where five Venezue­lan women are be­ing as sex slaves, has been un­cov­ered by vil­lagers who are now call­ing on law en­force­ment au­thor­i­ties to in...

A pensioner, 74, was found murdered at her home at Mucurapo Road in St James on Monday.

Villagers are calling on police to investigate reports that five Venezuelan women are being held hostage as sex slaves in a secret garden camp at Cokal mangroves in Los Iros.

An intensification of locust spraying is set to begin today after the Ministry of Agriculture St Patrick Locust Unit finally received a refurbished wheel tractor which enables cluster spraying.

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is working with the New York Police Department (NYPD) on strengthening the performance the police's homicide and anti-gang units.

The San Fer­nan­do Cen­tre for Dis­placed Per­sons re-opened its doors to the home­less yes­ter­day. In Jan­u­ary, the cen­tre opened for just one day but there was no board in place.

The T&T Coast Guard (TTCG) is on standby should they be called for help by the Venezuelan Coast Guard as the search continues for 19 refugees, who have been feared drowned after the pirogue...

The Ministry of National Security is seeking interns with special skills, to assist in the registration of Venezuelan nationals, which is due to begin on May 31.