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Anya Ayoung-Chee wins Project Runway
Posted: Friday, October 28, 2011

Anya Ayoung-Chee wins Project Runway
Anya Ayoung-Chee made it work. And won. The 29-year-old former beauty queen (Miss Trinidad and Tobago Universe 2008) was crowned the ninth Project Runway champ Thursday night. Ayoung-Chee was also voted fan favorite via Twitter votes, earning a bonus $10,000 prize. (She pocketed another $20,000 earlier in the season during a challenge inspired by birds.)

Cops arrest 6 of their own
Three months after friends Kerron Fernando Eccles, 29, Abigail Johnson, 20, and Alana Duncan, 27, were allegedly shot and killed by police officers in Moruga, investigators have detained six officers in connection with the incident. They are also seeking a seventh officer in connection with the case.

...6 Cops Nabbed: Seventh cop to surrender

...Six cops detained for Moruga killings

...Arrests bring relief for grieving dad
THE relative of one of the persons killed by police officers in Moruga three months ago expressed relief yesterday after learning six officers who were [being] probed had been arrested.

...Panday ready to defend officers
FORMER Minister in the Ministry of National Security, Subhas Panday, has been retained by the officers who have been arrested in connection with the Moruga killings of south friends Kerron Fernando Eccles, Abigail Johnson and Alana Duncan.

Taser attack: six cops to be charged
Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard has instructed that six police officers be charged with crimes linked to the arrest and beating of three men who were also repeatedly shocked with Taser guns at the Chaguanas Police station last year.

'Call off State of Emergency'
Decline in police finds, businesses hurting, citizens losing freedom...

Sharon defends curfew 'mistake': I read the law exactly
DIRECTOR of Public Affairs of the Police Service Sharon Lee Assang said yesterday she never interpreted the law as it relates to the curfew but merely read what it states.

Manning to break his silence today
Former prime minister Patrick Manning says citizens of T&T must be on "high alert" for what is before the nation.

Money laundering widespread in TT — FIU head
Director of the Financial Intelligence Unit of Trinidad and Tobago (FIU), Susan Francois, yesterday said more money laundering cases were being recorded in T&T as more businesses report to the Unit.

Gordon to be sworn in as Integrity head today
Former media mogul Kenneth Gordon is expected to be sworn in this morning as the new chairman of the Integrity Commission.

Aboud: PoS still unprotected

...'Rogue elements in business community'
The business community has its rogue elements like every other sector of the country, president of the Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA), Gregory Aboud said yesterday.

Coudray denies dispute among councillors
SAN FERNANDO Mayor Marlene Coudray said yesterday she knew nothing of alderman Kenny Phillips's resignation and denied there were any disputes among council members in the San Fernando City Corporation.

Trinidadian honoured in Cuba
The prestigious Cuban Government plaque "Jose Maria Heredia" was awarded to Trinidadian Jude Carasquero, assistant manager of the Trinidad and Tobago Trade Facilitation Office in Havana, Cuba.

Camps quits TTFF over FIFA charges

No bail for Arouca businessman
AN Arouca businessman was yesterday denied bail when he appeared in the Arima Magistrates' Court charged with rape and sexual assault of a 17-year-old.

3 in court for rape, robbery
THREE men appeared in the Port of Spain Magistrates' Court yesterday charged in connection with the rape and robbery of a 52-year-old Santa Cruz woman on October 18.

Man gets two years jail for fondling
A Woodland man was yesterday sentenced to two years' jail for fondling the breasts of a student nurse last September.

Rapist wins $120,000 from State
A convicted rapist who claimed to have been beaten by a group of prisons' officers yesterday was awarded $120,000 in damages for the incident.

Pencil stabbing: mom of 4 gets $60,000 bail

Grandma charged with having drugs in her underwear
A 64-year-old grandmother yesterday was granted $75,000 bail after being charged with drug trafficking.

Man gets nine months for stealing five schoolbags

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