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Posted: Sunday, February 17, 2013

Some parents go beyond the call in disciplining their children and most times end up in trouble and having to face the court.

Seven killed over weekend

Cordner claims $24m for Flying Squad expenses
Last December, former Flying Squad member Mervyn Cordner, who claimed the Government approved the resurrection of the disbanded police unit, submitted a claim to the Ministry of National Security for $24 million.

Bas: A big pappyshow
Panday blasts Carmona swearing-in

Schoolchildren at Carmona's inauguration ceremony

$9m sugar factory to open in March
A privately-owned sugar mill, estimated to cost $9 million, is expected to begin operation next month, according to Mungal Singh, owner of the facility.

Toco police make $2.5m ganja bust
A 38-year-old man has been arrested following the seizure of more than $2.5 million in high-grade marijuana in Toco on Saturday.

$.5m in loot seized; cops crack ring
POLICE believe they have made a major breakthrough in a spate of robberies in the Central Division...

Specialist: Many risks in multiple pregnancy
The 28-year-old woman who is having the region's first sextuplets was advised of the high risks involved in having six babies and was offered foetal reduction but she refused based on religious views.

T&T's Male Infertility Rate Rises
New research shows there is an unusually high rate of male infertility in T&T which is way and above the international average.

Khan: No anti-venom for scorpion stings
MINISTER of Health Dr Fuad Khan yesterday said that an anti-venom for scorpion stings is non-existent so such medication could not have been given to toddler Faith Henry...

Health Minister: Scorpion stings don't really kill

SuperBlue rules Savannah again
Reigning Soca Monarch and Road March champion SuperBlue was given a free rein to roam the Grand Stand of the Queen's Park Savannah on Saturday night at Pan Trinbago's Champs of Steel Plus.

SuperBlue to be given keys to Point Fortin
Nine-time Road March winner Austin "SuperBlue" Lyons is to be given the keys to the Borough of Point Fortin during its 33rd anniversary celebration on April 30.

Bandleaders mull following McFarlane
Several Carnival bands may follow in the footsteps of Brian McFarlane and pull out of 2014 Carnival.

Trinis eating horse meat
The safety of horse meat is queried due to the medications fed to race- horses.

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