I WILL SUE GOVT
Posted: Monday, September 2, 2013
I WILL SUE GOVT
Volney threatens court action if House Speaker declares his St Joseph seat vacant
Fiery protest as police kill Beetham resident
Police were forced to keep a presence at Beetham Gardens, Laventille, last night, to quell further possible protests from residents over the shooting death of Christopher Greaves.
2 children hurt in Beetham protest
PARTS of the Priority Bus Route (PBR) and Beetham Highway alongside the Beetham Gardens were yesterday blocked by debris dumped by persons protesting alleged heavy-handedness by the police
T&T a work in progress
Professor: Take care of cops
PROF Stephen Mastrofski, who taxpayers paid $80 million to transform the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service, suggested that an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) for police officers be shelved
Awards for three
Judge, journalist and cop honoured after death
President warns police: Don't frustrate law-abiding citizens
'Sister Pam' glad for Gold
Tobagonian Pamela Nicholson is proud to have been the recipient of the Chaconia Medal Gold.
Mom killed, daughter injured in hit-and-run
A New Grant mother of four was killed when she hit by a drunk driver as she was about to watch Independence Day fireworks with her family on Saturday night
Secondary school students to face scanners today
Security at the nation's secondary schools will be beefed up from today's start of the new term to ensure incidents of violence on school compounds are eradicated
Gopeesingh calls for co-operation
As the new school term begins the Education Ministry is seeking a reduction in teacher absenteeism and better academic performance among students
'Express' welcomes reporters Gumbs and Renne to staff
Ace investigative reporters Anika Gumbs and Denyse Renne have joined the Express investigative team of reporters from today.
BIGWU sees 'serious reversals' in T&T
Cabrera: Independence should be more than parades
1959 radiation scare at Chag
Trinidad and Tobago was never involved in nuclear testing activities, but there were concerns about excessive radiation emanating from the United States Forces Missile Tracking Station at Chaguaramas in May 1959.
Rights denied to pray on Hill, say Warao elders
A group of the Warao Nation of Trinidad and Tobago claim their rights were trampled upon on the eve of the celebration of Independence Day, August 31.
Relief slowly but surely for Central weather victims
Funnel cloud tears through community on Friday
Hinds: Crime fight needs specialists
Opposition senator Fitzgerald Hinds says the Government needs to urgently reintroduce an independent intelligence-gathering unit to do the kind of work which the Special Anti-crime Unit of T&T (Sautt) was doing
...Ramesar calls for $1m payout for slain officers
President of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Social and Welfare Association (TTPSSWA) acting Insp Anand Ramesar:
HRM responds to Kamla's appeal: No Retreat Madam PM
Debe to Mon Desir leg of the Solomon Hochoy Highway still to be constructed
On becoming a woman
As far as she could remember, Kathy (not her real name) always enjoyed doing "girl things," but there was one problem—she had a male body...
Politicians, patrons enjoy a night of kaiso's greatest hits
Man stabbed to death during row with relative
A Saturday afternoon altercation between two close relatives has left Narine Sankar, 49, dead.
Catholic activist calls for social plan to solve crime
Statistic showed that prison was not serving as a deterrent and some prisoners were so angry at the treatment in prison that they committed crimes again.
Weapons stolen from military museum
In other crime reports, thieves broke into the Chaguaramas Military History and Aviation Museum and stole two historic weapons last Saturday morning.
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