Lawyer shot dead in car
Posted: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Lawyer shot dead in car
Attorney Dr Wesley Debideen shot seven times.
LAWYER GUNNED DOWN
Bloody hit at the Grand Bazaar...
Lawyer slain at Grand Bazaar
'Blame the owners, not the animals'
PITBULLS can be social animals.
AG: Dangerous Dogs Act will be enforced
The Dangerous Dogs Act will be enforced, with some minor adjustments, said Attorney General Anand Ramlogan.
AG on Govt handling of dog act: Critics should visit victims of attacks
Cops want inquest in pitbull killing of granny, 82
Police investigators are recommending an inquest into the mauling death of Lillian Bunsee, 82, by her grandson's pitbull
Two men whose actions resulted in two lives being saved have been singled out for honour at Saturday's National Independence Award ceremony
Follow Jamaica's lead
AG suggests solution to hanging issue
Khan: Not enough care caused mortuary foul-up
The vile conditions at the Port of Spain Mortuary were allowed to reach critical stage because nobody took special care and attention to what was happening
NCRHA head orders full report on death of triplets
... born prematurely in late May to Nicole Bowen at the Mount Hope Women's Hospital.
PM: No postponement of local govt polls
Local Government elections would not be postponed and will be held when they are constitutionally due
Mixed reaction in PNM strongholds
Jack's ILP hits west Trinidad
Warner: Laventille not a bastard child
Interim Political Leader of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) Jack Warner said yesterday that Laventille needs a "soft hand" to take it out of the morass of neglect and crime.
COP raises 'cabal' concerns with PM
The majority of Congress of the People MPs held a meeting with Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar last Thursday
Ashworth Jack: Let the people decide
Get ready for new highway Friday
A SEGMENT of the controversial $7.2 billion extension of the Solomon Hochoy Highway from Golconda to Point Fortin is set to open on Friday, as scheduled.
'Aggressive' plan of action
Security meeting on illegal quarrying
Country loses another icon
THE COUNTRY has lost another icon in the field of heritage preservation with the passing of Edward Hernandez
Dookeran hails work of outgoing Cuban ambassador
3 quakes in August
Trinidad has experienced three small earthquakes over the past three weeks, measuring between magnitude 3.8 and 4.1.
Employees evacuate Matco Building
Tony Fraser to head Media Association probe into 'Guardian' issue
Independent committee to review the circumstances which led to the MATT giving contentious information to the public surrounding the issues of government and corporate interference
Stiff opposition to AG's anti-gang plan
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan's proposal that the anti-gang law should be changed so that suspects would have to prove they do not belong to gangs is uncivilised, backwards, knee-jerk and outrageous.
CEPEP worker jailed
Stealing from elderly woman's purse...
$200 fine for illegally occupying HDC house
A homeless man who admitted to illegally occupying a Housing Development Corporation (HDC)apartment at Duncan Street, Port-of-Spain, was fined $200 yesterday
Save my husband from jail
Five-year-old warrant in court which claimed Thompson was owing $35,000 in payments for maintenance of 11-year-old Melik Thompson.
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