SHOT FROM BEHIND
Posted: Wednesday, October 2, 2013
SHOT FROM BEHIND
Autopsy reveals one fatal bullet to the back, Beetham resident Christopher Greaves
MYSTERY surrounds the murder of a couple believed to be foreigners whose bullet-riddled bodies were found in a cocoa estate in Mamoral yesterday
Foreign couple shot dead
Two visitors slain in Central forest
Chote blames cops for poor murder probes
'GISL breached Parliament rules'
Government Information Service Ltd (GISL) has breached the parliamentary rules which forbid the broadcast of Parliament for any "advertising, promotion or other form of publicity".
No effect yet on T&T
Howai on US shutdown:
US Embassy in TT cuts back
...ripple effects from the United States shutdown of government agencies due to a budget standoff in Washington
US Embassy 'unaffected' by shutdown
Griffith briefed on murder of foreigners
...Willing to work with Ian Alleyne
Swine Flu death in Barbados
TRINIDAD and Tobago continues to be on high alert as several countries within close geographical proximity have experienced several cases of the dangerous H1N1 virus (swine flu)
New contractor for Penal Hospital
"(Udecott) is now working with the CCC-Canadian Commercial Corporation- to look at alternative contractors,"
Questions over three COP candidates
...claims yesterday that they are not registered members of the party they will represent in the October 21 elections.
Hinds defends $$ for house
'Clear path between me and assets'
McLeod: Rowley asked me for help
LABOUR Minister Errol McLeod is claiming that political leader of the People's National Movement, Dr Keith Rowley, turned to him for support following a fallout with then prime minister Patrick Manning in 2007.
PoS City Corporation sues Rambachan
... over the dumping of mud and rubble on a parcel of land in Westmoorings.
Dumas on Imbert, Latulippe issue: High Commissioner should go to MP
If you, as a mission head, have something to say to an MP, one goes to the MP and calls on them, rather than asking them to come to you,"
JCC gets okay to sue minister
A construction lobby group has been given the green light for a lawsuit against the Minister of Planning and Sustainable Development for refusing a request under the Freedom of Information Act.
Govt to spend $10m on PoS home for homeless
Primary school curriculum changed
STANDARD Five students will now be assessed in Character and Citizenship Education (CCE), Science and Drama
'Hunting ban will make pet shop owners outlaws'
THE implementation of a two-year moratorium on hunting that began yesterday will create an administrative mess, not just for hunters but all pet shop owners and persons with pet birds, including parrots.
Crab catchers want compensation
Close to three months ago after the contractor, Constructora OAS cleared the entrance to the mangroves to make way for the San Fernando to Point Fortin highway
Two fired nurses in burnt-baby case get $.4m
Industrial Court: Dismissals unfair
Sparrow responding well
Ma Booty's funeral Friday
Marjorie Boothman, nee Holder, aka (Ma Booty), has died. She was the wife of Oliver Boothman and the sister of celebrated artists Boscoe and Geoffrey Holder.
Former AG of Antigua and Barbuda: Death penalty just cheap fix
Three men shot on Nelson Street then robbed by woman
AFTER three men had been shot while being driven through Nelson Street, Port of Spain yesterday afternoon, a woman calmly walked up to the injured men and robbed them of cash, cellular phones and jewelry.
Defendant: I was under alcohol
Two charged with cursing at political rally
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