Police in Pain
Posted: Sunday, September 1, 2013
Police in Pain
President Anthony Carmona yesterday expressed concern about police officers who are on the front lines of T&T's battle against crime.
Police in Pain
President calls for psychological help for cops
WORK TOGETHER TO STOP THE KILLING
President Anthony Carmona yesterday said families of police officers and other members of the armed forced who are killed in the line of duty must not be forgotten
Carmona urges support for cops' families
Hundreds witness Independence parade
Military parade in commemoration of T&T's 51st anniversary of Independence
Red, white and black out in force for PoS parade
Awardees express surprise at honour
Recipients of this year's national awards expressed surprise yesterday at having been chosen to receive the awards and credited the people they have worked
Tobagonians come out in their numbers
List of National Awardees, 2013
...Guayamare hero pleased
Ganesh Bansraj, the man who dived into the caiman-infested Guayamare River to save a man trapped inside a sinking car
Poor turnout for Jack, Volney
Jack visits twice in one day
...sees residents from 5.30 a.m.
Jack gives food hampers
Hypolite: Build infrastructure to reduce crime
Laventille West MP Ni Leung Hypolite is calling on Government to provide infrastructure in Laventille and East Port-of-Spain as a means of reducing crime.
Nothing achieved say attorneys
What did Internet provider disclose?
...PM's attorney eager to find out
Ghany gets top post at Guardian Media
Dr Hamid Ghany has been appointed deputy managing director/managing editor of Guardian Media Ltd (GML).
Stop crime at school
UWI researcher sees link with dropouts
'Nipdec above board'
The procurement of contracts by the National Insurance Property Development Company Ltd (Nipdec) has come under scrutiny by the Opposition PNM, former Justice Minister Herbert Volney and the media.
Minister orders food card probe
Minister of the People Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh has launched an investigation into allegations of a TT food card racket at his ministry
...The social worker's perspective
CEPEP assisting in flood clean-up
A clean-up exercise was undertaken in Central Trinidad yesterday after several families were affected by severe flooding last Friday.
T&T Football Association $25m in debt
'We will win back the public's confidence'
DPP's office wants time to review prostitution files
AN ATTORNEY from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) said on Friday that the State needed time to review the files against 70 women charged with soliciting passers-by for prostitution.
NPTA, TTUTA blast inefficient school repair programme
President of the National Parent-Teacher Association (NPTA) Zena Ramatali has chastised the Ministry of Education for the inefficiencies in its school repair programme.
Fee headache for Bajan govt, students
Pitbull, Rottweiler shot by police
A pitbull and a Rottweiler were shot by police early yesterday morning at Silver Mill Street, San Juan.
Carifesta confusion over 'country of Tobago'
Recounting the Corbeaux Town days
VOM's Wayne Chance: Deportees behind Laventille crime wave
Criminal deportees are responsible for the recent spate of killings and gang warfare in Laventille.
Illegal drug trade mars Cedros beauty
The area is one of the entry points for drugs, weapons and other illegal items.
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