KILLERS GO FREE
Posted: Tuesday, January 15, 2013
KILLERS GO FREE
Police figures: 8 out of 10 murders unsolved for the past five years
PM: WE WILL DELIVER
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday spent a hectic day in Tobago, seeking to shore up support for the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP)'s Ashworth Jack, as the final week of campaigning ahead of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election started.
London unfazed by poll giving PNM landslide win
Orville London, Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA), says he's unaffected by the results of a poll that shows the PNM winning 11 of the 12 seats in the January 21 elections.
Kamla calls for end to notes row in Tobago debate
PM faces more PNM protest
For a second consecutive day in Tobago, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar was greeted with protesters from the People's National Movement (PNM).
9 Tobagonians get land deeds
Approximately nine Tobagonians now have their land titles.
Rowley to pay $12,000 for missing court date
OPPOSITION LEADER Dr Keith Rowley has until tomorrow to file his defence in a defamation lawsuit filed against him by Attorney General Anand Ramlogan, for statements the People's National Movement leader allegedly made at a public forum...
Shot in the arm for Immigration Division
The Immigration Division is moving to boost its manpower by hiring close to 100 officers in the coming months.
Central Bank projects growth for T&T economy
Central Bank Governor Jwala Rambarran is optimistic about T&T's economy for 2013.
Hardware stores run out of tanks as consumers prepare for water shutdown
As the desalination plant grinds to a halt today, hardware stores in south Trinidad have run out of water tanks.
Tewari: 12 projects for East Port-of-Spain
There are 12 projects ready to be implemented in East Port-of-Spain this year says Minister of Planning and Sustainable Development, Dr Bhoendradatt Tewari.
More young men on Sando streets broken marriages, relationships to blame
The upward surge in divorces and breakdown of common-law relationships are being blamed for the increase in the number of homeless people inhabiting the streets of San Fernando.
Monster waves pound Tobago
A yacht was destroyed, several fishing boats were sunk, and others seriously damaged, as monster waves pounded Tobago's northern/western coastline yesterday forcing the official closure of beaches from Charlotteville to Crown Point.
Young lions draw 10,000 to zoo
Three young lions which arrived at the Emperor Valley Zoo last week have attracted more than 10,000 visitors.
Warner: 5 army camps coming for hot spots
National Security Minister Jack Warner last evening called out all the armed forces to help in the fight against crime, following a four and a half-hour meeting with the top brass of the protective services at his office in Port-of-Spain.
Jack: More army camps, aerial patrols to fight crime
On the heels of 16 murders, 11 in the past four days, the heads of various arms of the Protective Services were summoned to an emergency meeting with the National Security Minister
Man in court for WPC's death
A 66-YEAR-OLD Penal driving instructor is expected to appear in court today charged with causing the death by dangerous driving of a woman police constable who was killed while on duty along the Solomon Hochoy Highway over a year ago.
Mom, 50, among 9 slain over weekend
A 50-year-old mother of nine and a 21-year-old Laventille man were killed in north Trinidad on Sunday night, bringing the number of people murdered over the weekend to nine.
Hunt on for two killers in Tobago
A manhunt is on for the suspects involved in the murder of 27-year-old Adrian Alfred of Bethel, Tobago.
Ex-cop found hanging from rafter at his home
A former police constable is believed to have committed suicide yesterday morning after he was found hanging by a rope at his home in central Trinidad.
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