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New perks for judges
Posted: Tuesday, December 10, 2013

New perks for judges
Judges of the Supreme Court are set to get a substantial increase in their take-home package

Eastern Health CEO not fired after all
LETTER of termination withdrawn after a meeting with the Minister of Health Dr Fuad Khan.

Following meeting of ERHA board and Health Minister...

Nelson Mandela's final hours before his death at age 95, last Thursday, were "wonderful" because his family were all there to say goodbye.

PM proud to get unique opportunity
Regional group for Mandela memorial today

Mandela memorial today
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley and several Caricom heads yesterday left for South Africa on a chartered Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) flight

Archie wants backlog of cases cleared
...One suggestion: night court

Energy Ministry to allocate 3% of T&T's land for mining
Three per cent of the total land area of Trinidad and Tobago will be designated as mining zones.

PNM slams Penny's UNC curry lime
OPPOSITION People's National Movement (PNM) General Secretary Ashton Ford yesterday slammed former PNM Senator Penelope Beckles-Robinson

Medical fraternity a law unto itself
Slovenian national protests 'malpractice':

'Sex education should be part of school curriculum'

Teen in Gasparillo fire on the mend
GASPARILLO teenager Josiah Joseph is expected to survive the burns suffered in a house fire deliberately set by his father, who died in the blaze along with Joseph's brother on Saturday.

Move to cut adolescent pregnancies

Fuad talks sex-ed
Trinidad and Tobago may have experienced "an overall decrease in teenage pregnancy of 17.9 percent" over the last four years

Keyana murder suspect still in hospital
ALTHOUGH instructions had been laid that he be charged, the suspect who was supposed to appear in the Arima Magistrates' Court yesterday for the murder of six-year-old Keyana Cumberbatch was a no-show.

More psychiatric tests for murder accused
Psychiatric evaluations were expected to be done yesterday afternoon on the 27-year-old man who is to be charged for the murder of six-year-old Keyana Cumberbatch.

Sailor's family calls for justice
The family of Special Naval Unit sailor Philroy Douglas, of Black Rock, Tobago, is calling for justice after he was shot in a fracas last Friday morning outside Barcode in Scarborough.

Cop takes legal action against magistrate
A POLICE constable found guilty of contempt of court two years ago, by a magistrate who subsequently withdrew the order, has filed legal action against the State.

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