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Posted: Thursday, May 16, 2013

A MASSIVE manhunt was underway last night for a gunman who on Tuesday shot dead police corporal Terrence Abraham in what investigators have described as a case of road rage ending in bloodshed.

Cop killed in front girlfriend
Security Minister hopes to get handle on crime as...

AG on crime situation: You have got to mix strong with friendly
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan said the current crime situation requires a mixture of professionalism and "friendly policing"

Bandit shot dead by off-duty cop
Just weeks after a 45-year-old Chaguanas man was cleared of murder charges, he was shot dead during a robbery on Tuesday night

CAL not in crisis, says chairman
The Caribbean Airlines (CAL) board has directed that its acting chief executive Robert Corbie provide a report on why the company has to potentially write off $200 million in cargo revenue and credit card fraud.

Cancer survivor: Mastectomy a tough decision to make
The life saving aspect of breast removal does not cushion the blow of losing them.

A blood test for the gene
Reconstructive surgery involves the rebuilding of the breast mound using prosethic material or autologous tissue (tissue sourced from other parts of the body) which is then implanted.

Long, expensive, tedious
PARLIAMENT'S joint select committee (JSC) in a report has described as "convoluted, long, tedious and overly expensive", the current systems used to select the Commissioner of Police (CoP).

Duprey: I've not seen T&T in 3 years
Apologise Anand

One $20.4m Lotto Winner
Ticket sold in South

No evidence against Partap, say lawyers

Persia has congenital heart condition
Persia Meleigh Lee Foon Cummings, the fifth-born of Trinidad and Tobago's first sextuplets has had a cardiac assessment

Anti-Doping bill passed in Senate
LEGISLATION to introduce anti-doping rules in the sport fraternity was passed unanimously in the Senate on Tuesday night with amendments.

JSC: Remove sweet drinks from schools
SWEET drinks should be banned from schools in the drive to promote good health, urged a report of parliamentary joint select committee (JSC)

T&T, J'ca centre stage at campaign financing forum

Imbert: EFCL most troublesome State body

Dumas on Warner's move to build walkover: Who's running Govt, Jack or PP?
Government must explain how it is dealing with the challenge to state authority presented by Jack Warner's move to build a walkway in Sea Lots, Port-of-Spain

Marlene questions ex-MP's role in Sea Lots project

$B highway project on again
Workers want to meet with minister

'Karma justice' for Jack, Partap
THE TROUBLES currently befalling Jack Warner are cosmic justice for his desecration of holy ground at the Highway Re-Route Movement's Debe campsite last year.

Crippled gangster among two killed
A crippled gang member and a 26-year-old taxi driver were murdered in two shootings in Port-of-Spain between Tuesday night and yesterday morning.

Pathologist sticks to his report
FORENSIC pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov insists 24-year-old Mount Hope mechanic Daniel Kevin Kalicharan, committed suicide by hanging and was not hanged by someone else

Man swallows money to avoid arrest
A MAN who attempted to pass $300 to his brother who was being escorted as a prisoner from the San Fernando Magistrates' Court

MILAT trainee held with gun and ammo
A TRAINEE at the Military-Led Academic Training (MILAT), Kayle Guevara, will return to the Port-of-Spain Magistrates' Court today for sentencing

Nigerian fined $5,000 for illegal entry
A Nigerian national who reappeared before a Port-of-Spain magistrate yesterday was fined $5,000 for illegally entering the country.

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