Posted: Friday, July 27, 2012
This was the description given yesterday by police prosecutor Edward Edmund in his application against bail for two men accused of locking away a 12-year-old boy in a dog kennel last week.
Bail denied: 3 relatives spend night in prison
Boy allegedly locked in dog kennel...
$4M for Emancipation
Government has stepped forward with $4 million in funding for Emancipation Day, one day before the Emancipation Support Committee of Trinidad and Tobago (ESC) officially launches its six days of celebration of the end of African slavery, after initially refusing a $1 million grant.
$4M IS ENOUGH
Kambon pleased as Govt adds another $3 million for Emancipation celebrations
Nigerian president for Emancipation visit
Nigerian president Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan and a 70-member delegation will be the Government's specially invited guests for next week's Emancipation celebrations.
Panday: Ramnath's wife knew about line I will take
Former prime minister Basdeo Panday yesterday stood by the statements he made at late MP Kelvin Ramnath's funeral. Panday at the funeral on Wednesday had waded into "ungrateful hypocrites" and "political backstabbers" in the Government.
Panday: I just spoke the truth
Outburst at Ramnath's funeral
HDC kicking out tenants
...PoS mayor: Contributing to street-dwelling problem
'Citizens are not planners'
Lee Sing welcomes suggestions, but...
Locals object to foreign $$ at Invaders Bay
Local contractors, the T&T Chamber of Commerce and MovieTowne owner Derek Chin are all against granting a totally-foreign company a piece of the pie in the development of Invaders Bay.
Rats not taking bait
St James has a rodent problem because garbage is not being collected in a timely manner and now rats are refusing the bait put down by public health inspectors because they have a regular "food source".
Taxi lane for Western Main Rd
Proposals have been made for a taxi lane from George Cabral Street to Long Circular Road, along the Western Main Road, and parking on the southern side to deal with complaints from the public since the implementation of the west Port-of-Spain traffic management plan on July 16.
$94M for textbooks
CABINET yesterday directed the Education Ministry to enter into a $94 million contract with the Education Facilities Company Limited (EFCL) to provide textbooks to early childhood, primary and secondary school students for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Taxi driver dies following accident
TAXI driver David St Clair died at the San Fernando General Hospital on Tuesday morning, a day after the car in which he was travelling crashed into a teak tree in Tableland.
Court orders doctor to pay damages
A gynaecologist has been ordered to pay damages for the death of a woman while giving birth to her fourth child nine years ago.
Murder victim's widow loses move to block extradition
The wife of a murdered US war veteran, wanted in the United States on three charges relating to his kidnapping and murder, has lost her attempt to block her extradition.
Taxi driver shot in hand
A DRIVE-BY shooting in San Fernando on Wednesday night, has left a taxi driver in hospital.
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