Man to hang for 2 murders
Posted: Saturday, November 9, 2013
Man to hang for 2 murders
Victim's mom: Resume death penalty
DEATH BY HANGING
Man guilty of raping and murdering Pixie, 16...and killing aunt, 40
...Vincent found guilty, sentenced to hang
PoS crime bad but traffic worse
Aboud at Park and Ride launch:
Use mediation to fight crime—Kokaram
Mediation has not been utilised enough as an effective tool in a crime fighting plans in T&T, Justice Vasheist Kokaram, chairman of the Mediation Board of T&T, said on Thursday
UNC Rules Chaguanas
Faaiq casts deciding vote
AG defends Faaiq
Nagessar wants reform: Let the people decide
The people of this country should be the ones to elect their mayor, says former Chaguanas mayor Orlando Nagessar.
ILP abstained from voting in protest, says Warner
Independent Liberal Party (ILP) councillor Faaiq Mohammed has completed his mission for which he was paid for well, says ILP leader Jack Warner.
A beating for new education curriculum
TTUTA head: Lack of consultation
Ambassador: Not all are granted Dominican citizenship
Unlike the United States, the Dominican Republic does not grant citizenship to all those born within its jurisdiction.
Pan Trinbago official calls for more local content
...even as festival finalists go 'foreign'
Environment Ministry official: Dredging rivers can ease flooding in PoS
Flooding in Port-of-Spain can be partially alleviated by dredging rivers, but such projects have not yet begun because of bureaucracy.
Cabinet committee to look at seismic surveys
After protests by fisherfolk...
Legal letter halts bulldozers
Work resumes at Tacarigua grounds but...
Highway review a 'sham'—lawyer
Senior Counsel Fyard Hosein has described as a sham the Government's handling of an independent review of the Debe to Mon Desir section of the Solomon Hochoy Highway extension to Point Fortin
Philippines: We shall survive
HONORARY Consul of the Philippines to TT, Dr Marie Advani, yesterday said the people of her country will overcome the effects of Typhoon Haiyan.
Plot for terrorists to pass through Trinidad
US court documents reveal:
Law students argue 'Section 44'
A government being taken to court after retroactively repealing a piece of legislation called "Section 44"
Prisons officers protest after murder
ENRAGED over the brutal murder of one of their own
Mom of newborn baby stabbed in apartment
Police probe murders in Diego...
Burglars loot downtown mall
Stores suffer 'sizeable' losses as...
Lawyers seek freedom for Attin
NINETEEN years after he and another man murdered two women in Westmoorings, attorneys representing Chuck Attin are seeking to have him released from prison.
Rape accused killed
A RAPE accused who was recently released from custody on bail was gunned down in the bedroom of a house he shared with relatives
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