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CAL flight crew back home
Posted: Wednesday, August 3, 2011

CAL flight crew back home
The flight crew of Caribbean Airlines (CAL) flight BW 523 have returned to T&T. A TV6 report last night said the six-member crew, including Captain Fareed Dean, returned to T&T yesterday...

...US expert to probe CAL crash
The United States has appointed the aviation crash expert who investigated the September 11, 2001 airplane terror attack on the World Trade Center in New York to lead a team of probers in Guyana examining the crash of a Caribbean Airlines flight on Saturday.

...Flight recorder sent to US

...Brunton confident of fair, transparent probe

...Survivor: Firefighters offered no help

NJAC: We took event to the world
The National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) says it was responsible for making Emancipation Day celebrations international.

...Kamla apologises to NJAC members
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday apologised to the National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) for not acknowledging the organisation's key role in the internationalisation of Emancipation Day.

AG to review cane farmers' EU package
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan will review the T&T National Adaptation Strategy (TTNAS) signed in 2008 between the European Union (EU) and the Government.

...AG to probe cane farmers' claims

Mystery donor rebuilds home for mother of six

Complaints body will use its powers—Lucky
The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) will not be a toothless bulldog and it will carry out its mandate as established by the Constitution to seek justice, especially in cases of police killings...

...Lucky meets top cops on police killings
Director of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) Gillian Lucky met yesterday with Police Commissioner Dwayne Gibbs and Assistant Commissioner of Police Raymond Craig to discuss interim findings on the police killings of two women and a man which occurred two weeks ago.

Street procession planned for funeral of shooting victim
Two victims of the July 22 police shooting in Moruga will be buried today and tomorrow.

...Relatives get advice, may go legal route
The week-long protest in Moruga over the shooting deaths of three friends has ended, but friends and relatives of Abigail Johnson, Allana Duncan and Kerron Eccles have threatened legal action against the police officers responsible for their deaths.

La Horquetta murder accused in court

No gag on media
There was a moment of solemnity in the Arima Magistrates' Court yesterday as 23-year-old Ancil Richards appeared before Magistrate Indra Ramoo-Haynes charged for the murders of Vonetta Haynes-Reyes and her sons Malik, eight, and Makasi, five.

...'Smokey' on suicide watch
Neighbour, 23, in court for murders of La Horquetta mom and sons

...Rougier vows suspect will be safe in prison custody
'...No reason to believe that he will be harmed'

...Dreadful case
Just a week after our editorial "Evil stalks the land", in which we lamented the murders of a young mother and her two little boys, and the two suicides which ended the lives of a 15-year-old girl and her 52-year-old abuser, we reported the news of a 73-year-old man being sent to prison for raping a 13-year-old girl.

Businessman sets himself on fire
The screams of a businessman drew the attention of his 85-year-old mother who got the shock of her life to find her son on fire. The dead businessman has been identified as Robbie Khalu, 69, popularly known as "Chill Bill." He reportedly owned several properties in his hometown Fyzabad and other parts of South Trinidad.

...Retiree dies after setting self on fire

CoP worried as two more killed

...Murder toll reaches 234

Chopped body found in schoolyard

28 fined $60,000 for drunken driving

Man awarded $53,000 damages
SMOKING a cigarette in public may have angered a woman police officer who caused a motorist to be locked up, but which has cost the State $53,000.

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