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News and Commentaries from Various News Sources in T&T
BAD APPLES Posted: Wednesday, April 1, 2015
BAD APPLES THE LAW Association has written Attorney General Garvin Nicholas over the possibility that corrupt police officers could exploit a new law reforming bail conditions in order to frame targets
Burke: School promise is no election bribe The promise of a secondary school for the Baptists is not an election bribe by the Prime Minister but recognition and love for the Baptists and the People's National Movement (PNM) should be ashamed to attack her
Kamla: I always supported education Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said yesterday she never said Baptists should vote for the People's Partnership and in return they would get a secondary school.
Mayor, council stand by Rowley San Fernando Mayor Kazim Hosein stands in full support of People's National Movement (PNM) leader Dr Keith Rowley against the "rape" allegations made by Tobago East MP Vernella Alleyne-Toppin.
NGC: Beetham project on budget The Beetham Water Reuse Project is expected to be completed on time and within budget, the National Gas Company (NGC) assured yesterday.
Hinds: Privatise Forensic Science Centre TEMPORARY PNM Senator Fitzgerald Hinds yesterday issued a call for the State to privatise its forensic science facility in order to have court exhibits more speedily processed
$.5m robbery: 'Redman' gives up Denzel Walcott, alias "Redman", who was wanted for questioning in connection with last week's robbery at the Silver Dollar Casino, Shirvan Plaza, Shirvan Road, Tobago
7 murders in 4 days SEVEN murders were committed over the extended Shouter Baptist Liberation Day holiday weekend leaving police investigators very busy and the victims' families and friends seeking answers.
Avenue 'horn' drama SEVERAL social media users have condemned the action of a woman on the weekend along Ariapita Avenue, Port-of-Spain as she was seen on two videos posted on Facebook, damaging a vehicle.