'A case of misconduct'
Posted: Friday, October 18, 2013
UK owner wants back Range Rover
THE UNITED Kingdom (UK) owner of a stolen Range Rover luxury SUV seized from Independent Liberal Party (ILP) deputy political leader Anna Deonarine-Rampersad is demanding the vehicle be returned to them.
New twist in Deonarine Range Rover issue: UK Owner wants it back
Rowley defends Deonarine on Range Rover issue 'AG violating oath of office'
KAMLA DEFENDS ANAND
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday defended Attorney General Anand Ramlogan declaring that there is "hard evidence" to support claims by Ramlogan
$13m Deonarine land deal referred to DPP
The transaction involves the purchase of a 20-acre parcel of land by Inal Deonarine and Shama Deonarine from Thakoor Boodram, (brother of Dole Chadee) for $225,000 and its sale to CLICO.
'A case of misconduct'
How did Ian Alleyne get police files?
Insp Alexander distances self from Alleyne
VICE President of the Police Social and Welfare Association Inspector Roger Alexander yesterday distanced himself from one-time partner in crime Ian Alleyne
Lalla: This is no jokey poll
The local government elections are not a joke and the people need to utilise their democratic right to vote for the betterment of the country
ILP candidate Hart fired by PTSC?
Alleyne: ILP in an illegal structure
CEO suspension justified
National Quarries directors change tune:
Jack: No need for low blows
...'They are grasping at straws'
Lyndira Oudit responding to statements from Housing Minister Roodal Moonilal
Roberts: Sporting centre moving full steam ahead
Ministers at odds over Eddie Hart project
Ramadhar: Warner did not tell Govt the truth
Controversial firetruck issue
Duncan Street Police Post opens
TRINIDAD and Tobago's newest police post was yesterday opened in what acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams once labelled the "most violent" location in the country
Gang list still being compiled —Griffith
List of gang leaders and gang members
Griffith: US crime buster coming
THE crime fighter credited with bringing down crime in New York City, the largest city in the United States, is coming to Trinidad and Tobago to help in the fight against gang warfare
Caricom 'deeply concerned'
...with court ruling in Dominican Republic
Diego Martin's main grouse: Flooding
Cops, media get credit for drop in road deaths
Woman, 54, shot dead in 10th reprisal killing
Almost three weeks after her son was shot dead, 54-year-old Zita Wilson was gunned down inside her living room yesterday morning.
Appeal filed on behalf of 'purse thief' mom
AN APPEAL of the seven-month sentence imposed on convicted purse thief Michelle Cudjoe has been filed and an application for bail is expected to be made today.
Dad charged with baby son's murder
TRUCKDRIVER Andre Feroze Mowlah appeared in court yesterday charged with the murder of his two-month-old son.
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