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Posted: Sunday, February 17, 2013

The distraught parents of a two-year-old girl who was fatally stung by a scorpion at her Chatham Village, Cedros home last Friday have called for an investigation into the lack of an antidote at three health facilities

Chatham baby dies after scorpion sting
The parents of a two-year-old girl who was stung by a scorpion are claiming that she died because there was no medication to treat her at three medical institutions.

Carmona to get 'instrument of appointment' tomorrow

NLCB workers call on chairman to probe director
Workers at the National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) in Port of Spain are calling on their new chairman to investigate charges of misconduct made against NLCB director Camille Forde by former chairman Mitra Mahabir.

Ministry linked to search for Flying Squad base
An internal e-mail trail at the Ministry of National Security shows that a base was sought for the New Flying Squad Investigation Unit (NFSIU).

We had to close shop
Cordner: New Flying Squad operated without $ for six months...

PNM prepares for local govt election
After raking in a 12-0 win in the recent Tobago House of Assembly election last month, the People's National Movement (PNM) is capitalisaing on this winning streak by beginning preparations for the local government election.

PM in Haiti for crime and security talks
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar is expected to participate in several high-powered meetings with her Caricom colleagues, today, in Haiti.

As February 25 sentencing approaches Machel expresses regret to victims of assault outside nightclub

Demas: No excuses come 2014
NCC chairman to continue with new Dimanche Gras despite 'failed' idea

Report states: Highway economic cost-benefits not determined
The Highway Review Committee (HRC) was unable to make an adequate assessment of the economic cost-benefits of the Debe to Mon Desir segment of the $7.5 billion Point Fortin Highway.

...Highway report fails to appear on JCC's website

Govt to amend Administration of Justice Act
High Court Masters to go

Roget: T&T economy stalled business leaders speak in hushed tones

Deterioration and neglect as Red House restoration stalls

The bustling heart of San Fernando
Back in Times

Drug deal goes sour: man, 29, killed
A LONGDENVILLE, Chaguanas man was gunned down last Friday night in front his home.

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