DEADLY ROUGH SEAS
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2013
Machel Montano Performed in Miami After All
It appears that Machel Montano did perform at the "Nine Mile Music Festival 2013" which was held in Florida, Miami on March 02, 2013. There were concerns that his U.S. visa would have been revoked following his conviction last year for assaulting four persons in 2007 outside Zen night club in Port-of-Spain and for using obscene language. Montano was fined on February 25, 2013.
DEADLY ROUGH SEAS
AN ELDERLY man from Switzerland, who failed to heed warnings from management at the Tobago resort where he was staying, not to go into the rough seas, drowned when his kayak was tossed and then turned over by massive waves off the coast at Culloden Bay yesterday.
COP supports Defence Bill
...but has some concerns
Rowley sues former senator
Annisette in court for defamation
COP defends De Lima - Jack must apologize
...allegations that COP member Vernon De Lima, SC, was part of a secret meeting to destablise the country.
Keep trial by jury
FORMER Inspector of Prisons Daniel Khan has hit Government’s intention to do away with trial by jury, for 26 specific offences, thus empowering a judge to determine a person’s innocence or guilt.
Rowley: Minister whose son is under probe must come forward
...Ramadhar: Truth will be revealed about Flying Squad
'She stole my identity'
Bogus Bollywood concert
Building code boss calls for structural checks as Five quakes shake T&T in six weeks
National Building Code Committee chairman Shyankaran Lalla:
...'Removing God recipe for disaster'
SHOULD God be removed from the Constitution of Trinidad and Tobago? Should the rights of homosexuals be enshrined in the Constitution?
Group bids to assist stranded Latins
CONDOLENCES on the passing of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez have been sent to the people of that country by the Latin Association of Trinidad and Tobago (LATT).
Govt creating 'ministries for ministries sake'
IF the country does not monitor campaign financing, then we will have politicians "dancing like puppets on a string" to their financiers
IGDS shifts focus to abuse of boys
Activist slams 'anti-woman' chutney lyrics
...'symptom of the emasculated male'
Hazel Brown: Draft gender policy workable
Social activist and co-ordinator of the Network of Non-Governmental Organisations for the Advancement of Women Hazel Brown has described her detractors as hypocrites
Stop attacks on Defence Force
Millions spent; no end to crime woes- Trust in police at all-time low
Cops continue Laventille crime plan indefinitely
The ongoing police initiative in the Laventille community, originally scheduled to end today, will continue indefinitely.
Hypolite: More cops needed to fight crime
Laventille West MP Nileung Hypolite says the disbanding of the Repeat Offenders Task Force Programme has contributed to the spiralling crime situation in his constituency.
Policemen investigate policeman
AN INTERNAL investigation is expected to be launched by senior police officers against a police corporal who on Saturday allegedly assaulted a police constable and behaved in a disorderly manner.
Police: Sea Lots crash probe moving apace
Soca star's husband held for sexual assault
The husband of a popular soca star was arrested early yesterday morning and is expected to be charged for grievous sexual assault.
Attack on ‘ganja’
On Saturday, South-Western Division officers uprooted and burnt 5,000 fully grown marijuana trees which they found growing behind a house at Lorensotte North Trace, Palo Seco during a marijuana eradication exercise.
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