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Posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012

IT WAS A case of murder after the love had died.

.....then commits suicide

Acting top cop: Murders not out of control
It is unfair to say murders are out of control when in fact there has been a reduction over the years, says acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams.

PM—anyone breaking the law must pay the price
Although she evaded questions about soca artiste Machel Montano's assault conviction on Monday, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday said anyone breaking the law will have to pay for their actions.

You have to pay for that
PM on Machel breaking the law

Break law, prepare to face consequences
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday said while she admires the talent of reigning Soca Monarch Machel Montano, if he broke the law - like anyone else - he must stand prepared to face the consequences.

'Massive' Gosine charged with cutlass attack
The day after soca superstar Machel Montano and songwriter Kernal Roberts were found guilty on assault and obscene language charges, another artiste appeared in court on similar charges.

Partap will be arrested
ASP Archie: Process needs to be followed

Cops to give answers on Partap today

Toxicology report confirms cocaine
EVEN AS mother of three Stacy Ramdeen is expected to be buried today, senior police investigators are studying new information which has been brought to light and which indicates Ramdeen did in fact have traces of cocaine, marijuana and alcohol in her blood stream at the time of her death.

I work hard for what I have
TOBAGO Organisation of the People (TOP) leader Ashworth Jack has gone on the defensive following claims of ill-gotten funds to build his house, saying that everything he has in life, came from hard work over the years.

...Analyst: Controversy could hurt in election
Political analyst and UWI lecturer Winford James says Ashworth Jack's house and land controversy could hurt him in the January 2013 Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election.

Integrity Commission declined to investigate Minority Leader
... rejected the complaint of Moses O Thomas for an investigation into the declared assets of Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Minority Leader Ashworth Jack, saying there were insufficient grounds for an investigation.

Construction of two police stations starts
...the Urban Development Company of Trinidad and Tobago (UDeCOTT) building the police stations at a cost of $390 million.

Eteck lawsuit sent back to trial judge
FORMER directors of special purpose company, Evolving Technologies and Enterprise Development Company's (eTeck) fight against a US$5 million claim filed by the company will be sent back to the trial judge to determine whether the allegations made against them fall outside the statute of limitation.

Duprey approved high interest for 'big boys'
FORMER CL Financial executive chairman, Lawrence Duprey, would sometimes approve special high-interest deals for customers at Clico, who held large deposits.

Moonilal: PM put political life on line
... when she stood her ground on the construction of the Solomon Hochoy Highway extension to Point Fortin, Housing Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal said on Monday night.

Jack tells Kublalsingh: Get ready to fast again
'More highways coming'...

Cedros councillor plans big pro-highway protests
Cedros councillor Fitzroy Beache, who once stood side-by-side with Dr Wayne Kublalsingh in environmental battles, is now vowing to teach the hunger striker a lesson by mounting what he described as massive pro-highway protests.

Highway review team to be finalised tomorrow
The highway review committee headed by Independent senator Dr James Armstrong will be finalised tomorrow.

Jamaica Observer alleges 'ethnic stocking' in T&T
The Jamaica Observer newspaper has accused the Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar-led government of "ethnic stocking" and says this country is deluding itself about racial harmony.

DPP: Police probe into Clico still on

Stop the race/religion talk, says Howai
FINANCE Minister Larry Howai has made an appeal for citizens to become socially cohesive and stop all racial and religious divisions.

THA: No scare tactics
The Tobago House of Assembly (THA) has denied claims by Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) political leader Ashworth Jack that it was instilling scare tactics among its contract employees.

We want more than 5% hike
Prisons, fire officers

Bitten baby doing well, say doctors

Mom: Injection never given
Foetus died 'because ofblood incompatibility'

Commission recommends federal governance for T&T
A four-member independent commission appointed by the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) has recommended a federal structure of governance in Trinidad and Tobago

A falling star?

George Alleyne: No alcohol at State functions

Tony Fraser: Journey to constitution reform

Raymond Ramcharitar: The Weed and the Chaff

A house for Mr Jack

Rickey Singh: Only one Caricom head at ACP talks

Patrick Wilmot: Choice of the people?

16-year-old robbed of $3,620 cellphone
A 16-year-old secondary school pupil was tricked into handing over his cellphone to a thief in San Fernando on Monday.

Police warned about quizzing Coudray-Greaves' accused
A Jamaican resident magistrate has issued a stern warning to police barring them from continuously questioning a 45-year-old taxi driver while in custody for the murder of the daughter of former San Fernando mayor Marlene Coudray.

Man charged for biting baby Jinayah
A 24-YEAR-OLD man is expected to appear before a Port-of-Spain magistrate today to answer criminal charges arising out of an incident on Sunday in which a week-old baby girl was bitten on her cheek and leg.

Morvant man detained after relative's death
A 33-year-old Morvant man has been detained by police after his 62-year-old relative was murdered.

EU worried over crime, drug trafficking in T&T
The European Union Delegation in T&T is concerned about the country's crime situation and traces it to the illegal trafficking of drugs.

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