BOY, 14, SHOT DEAD
Posted: Sunday, July 22, 2012
BOY, 14, SHOT DEAD
Toll climbs to 234 with four more murders
Teenage boy among 4 killed over weekend
Akesh was among three people who were murdered in north Trinidad, between Saturday night and Sunday afternoon.
Shot in the head at point-blank range
With tears in her eyes, and with two of her children held tightly in her arms, Deveeka Sooklal told Newsday yesterday that someone has to pay for the death of her 14-year-old son, Akesh Sooklal, who was murdered on Saturday night by bandits a short distance away from his home.
Probe into mechanic's death
Homicide Bureau is continuing investigations into the death of mechanic Cyron Bissessar.
'THA got $75m out of $100m'
A total of $75 million out of $100 million has already been paid to the Tobago House of Assembly (THA), says Finance Minister Larry Howai.
Jack replies to comments on Chinese killings: Equal treatment for all
"Don't expect me to treat any Chinese national better than any other citizen of T&T." These were the words of National Security Minister Jack Warner...
Big contracts for friends
Rowley on Warner's crime initiative
Gibbs reshuffles his deputies
From today, Deputy Police Commissioner Jack Ewatski will take up the portfolio of head of Organisational Development.
Tabaquite gets $18m roads
A year after they were spat upon, chased and cursed by residents, former Works Minister Jack Warner and Tabaquite MP Dr Suruj Rambachan returned to Macaulay yesterday to open two $18 million roads.
One-man protest outside Legal Affairs Ministry
Manning: I'm recuperating well
The rights of a common-law spouse
In Trinidad and Tobago, the parties to a common-law relationship have rights under the Cohabitational Relationships Act and the Distribution of Estates Act.
Keith Subero: How far we have fallen
Michael Harris: The nothingness at the core
PoS cops dent car thieves
While hundreds of limers visited the multiple bars and restaurants in Woodbrook on Saturday night, an anti-crime exercise in the area netted a group of car thieves who allegedly target the area's patrons.
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