Posted: Friday, October 11, 2013
National Quarries CEO makes fraud report to cops
Jewel thieves nabbed
THREE men from North Trinidad who staged a daring daylight robbery at a jewelry store in San Fernando
ID parades at KFC
PERSONS suspected of crime can be formally fingered out by State witnesses on the spot
THE bereaved mothers of murdered Venezuelan couple Jose Marcano Gregorio and Gladys Ortiz Jesus...
Spanish: I'm just foreman at Duncan Street police post 'Politicians using me as scapegoat'
Kenneth "Spanish" Rodriguez:
Kamla praises Cave Hill for her success
Time spent at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies, Barbados, moulded her as a leader and a person who dared to pursue change
$.25m bail for ILP candidate
Kerwin Bucchan, one of the Independent Liberal Party's (ILP) candidates for the local government elections
6 ILP 'ghosts' in election
ALTHOUGH the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) announced it would field candidates at all 136 local government districts
Manning hits campaign trail
STILL recuperating from a stroke he suffered to his left side almost two years ago
MSJ: 'Free from fear' elections
After bid to burn candidate's office...
Two charged with stealing machine from Sando hospital
TWO men whose mothers are suffering with cancer were denied bail yesterday on the charge of stealing
Eye surgeon raises concerns about NESTT
Population could be put at risk by a genetic databank that is being built up by the National Eye Survey of Trinidad and Tobago (NESTT).
CoP knocked for failure to convict criminals
AG: Stop passing the buck
AG warns top cop
...watch those 'sweeping statements'
Griffith awaiting more info
...regarding the names of gang members and their leaders
Cabinet approves $20m teacher/student facility at PoSGH
...to construct a teaching and student facility at the Port of Spain General hospital.
Licensing Office: a ghost town
After just about 100 workers who belong to the Public Services Association (PSA) shut down the operations for a third consecutive day
Jack drops lawsuit against publisher
Liburd apologises to Warner
Petrotrin's president gets 2-year extension
Carlton Savannah hotel placed in receivership
Flea invasion at Barrackpore school
...parents call on ministry to deal with issue
Businessmen prepared to pay the price for progress
Sando to Princes Town highway...
Kublalsingh granted bail again
ENVIRONMENTAL activist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh and four members of the Highway Re-route movement pleaded not guilty to obstructing the police
Otter loses his way
Proof of environmental impact of mega highway project...
Seetahal to redraft bill abolishing PIs
Bill on abolishing preliminary inquiries that will repeal the present preliminary inquiry legislation—the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act, 2011
Increase in no-bail policy offences
Government has increased the number of offences to which the no-bail policy of "one strike and you are out" will apply.
Police: We've charged gang members
ACTING Inspector Wayne Mystar said yesterday that police have charged persons for gang activity.
Probe continues into murders
POLICE continue to investigate the deaths of Patna Village residents Makeeba Jordan and Imtiaz Abdul
'Teens hold up supermarket'
TWO teenagers were caught by police minutes after they allegedly held up a supermarket in Couva Wednesday.
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