RUSH FOR COP JOBS
Posted: Monday, August 20, 2012
RUSH FOR COP JOBS
31,000 apply for 5,000 SRP positions
Airport police: Don't make us scapegoats
Security officers of the Estate Police Association (EPA) are concerned that they will be made scapegoats if security at the Piarco International Airport in Trinidad and the A.N.R Robinson International Airport in Tobago is compromised.
'LEELA WAS MY LIFE'
A BLIND man yesterday found his wife naked, her body covered in blood from a gaping wound to her head, the victim of a brutal robbery attack at their home on Oli Mohammed Trace, Barrackpore.
Mom bludgeoned to death in bed
A 64-YEAR-old Barrackpore mother was bludgeoned to death in bed yesterday while her visually impaired husband slept in the downstairs section of their home.
OWTU: Strike action if T&TEC fails to probe practices
5 workers electrocuted in past 11 months
THA left out Olympic caravan
The Tobago House of Assembly (THA) has been left out of today's motorcade in Tobago in celebration of Olympians, gold medallist Keshorn Walcott, of Toco, and Tobago-born double bronze medallist Lalonde Gordon.
Genes and Olympic athletes
Njisane in 50th anniversary Tribute Ride
Judge, judiciary staff come under threats
A police investigation has been launched into a series of threats made against High Court judge Mark Mohammed and several members of staff at the judiciary.
Cops probe death threats on judge
Port-of-Spain CID are currently investigating a series of threatening letters which were allegedly delivered to Justice Mark Mohammed during the recently concluded sedition and incitement trial involving Jamaat al Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr.
Bakr: Media always welcome
'Express' team blocked from Eid sermon over 'misunderstanding'
Residents plagued with respiratory illnesses
Diego flood waters leave dust...
Repair grants for Diego flood victims
Relief efforts continued yesterday at Pt Cumana Community Centre for persons affected by last Saturday's devastating floods as building inspectors recorded complaints and visited the affected victims of landslides to fast track the procedure for home improvement grants to help them rebuild their homes.
100 get check-ups at flood camp
Electronic monitoring or 'tagging' of people
The Administration of Justice (Electronic Monitoring) Act was assented to on July 3, 2012. It comes into force on a date to be set by the President.
Lee Sing: I have nothing more to say on new traffic plan
After numerous attempts to defend the recently-implemented traffic plan in the city of Port-of-Spain, Mayor Louis Lee Sing has now decided to keep a "still tongue" on the issue.
Veera advises SEA students: Embrace challenges to reach success
Veera Bhajan who was born without arms but overcame all obstacles to earn a law degree has admitted that she had a problem accepting her disability.
Emotional moment as time capsule sealed
The rise of George Weekes
DURING the early part of 1962, two disquieting events took place in Trinidad and Tobago, both in politics and labour.
'No business of ours'
DIPLOMATS representing Trinidad and Tobago have split with Caricom and sided with the United States and Canada on the question of the United Kingdom's diplomatic stance on the immunity of Ecuador's London embassy and moves to arrest Julian Assange...
Keith Subero: Hurdles for Keshorn
Michael Harris: The power of appointments
Marion O'Callaghan: We become Caribs
19 more years for killing taxi-driver
In jail awaiting trial since May 2002
Body of missing lawyer found
The body of a woman, believed to be that of missing attorney-at-law Clover Graham, was found yesterday morning in the Caymanas area of St Catherine, Jamaica.
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