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38 children murdered
Posted: Wednesday, December 11, 2013

38 children murdered
WITHIN the past four years, 38 children have been murdered in this country, chairperson of the Child Protection Task Force and former Independent Senator Diana Mahabir-Wyatt yesterday revealed.

A moving tribute, says Kamla

World celebrates Mandela's life
Rain fails to dampen spirits

Obama steals the limelight
For Nelson Mandela's memorial service in South Africa yesterday, it was a remarkably jovial scene

Keyana murder suspect charged in hospital bed
In an unusual move, homicide detectives charged the suspect in the murder of Keyana Cumberbatch on his hospital bed late yesterday evening.

Activist: Don't pay judges for late rulings
HUMAN Rights activist, former Independent Senator Diana Mahabir-Wyatt has come out in support of High Court judge, Justice Carol Gobin's recommendation

Law body meets to discuss crisis
In the face of criticism from senior members of the profession over its dormant role in the current crisis facing the judiciary...

Free my son
GRIEVING mother Cheryl Pitman is appealing to Chief Justice Ivor Archie to deliver a ruling in her son, Lester's appeal, soon.

Have mercy on my son
Pitman's mom denies CJ conspiracy...

AG suspects lobbyists behind objections
Tobacco Control Bill

'Curry duck' picong spices up tobacco debate

PNM stalwarts back Penny
'Nothing wrong with attending UNC duck party'

Smoking should be banned in T&T
Independent senator:

Severe nursing shortage in SWRHA
There are approximately 1,000 nursing vacancies throughout the south west region

'Govt has handed out 2,000 leases'
Devant: Panday, Ramesh misleading ex-Caroni workers...

...'Minister twisting the facts'
Food Production Minister Devant Maharaj has turned the neglect and abuse of former Caroni (1975) Ltd workers into a political "pappyshow", according to the All Trinidad General Workers Trade Union (ATGWTU).

Dr Tim: Sex education already in schools

Happiness to be taught in schools
Ministry responds to violence against children

Iron graveyard a worry in the Gulf
Two ships anchored a mile off Bayshore in north western Trinidad have sunk, leaking oil and diesel into the sea, according to eyewitness reports.

Relative of used car dealer shot dead
THE NEPHEW of Steve Ramnarine, who owns Bicks Auto, was shot dead outside a bar in Bamboo Settlement Number Two on Monday night

Family rescued from Tabaquite forest
Living in squalor

Heart attack victim dies after crashing into 3 pedestrians

Sentinel robbery suspect released
The 31-year-old gang leader held in connection with the murder of security officer Bert Clarke and multi-million-dollar robbery involving Sentinel Security Services has been released from custody

Top cop: Violent crimes down but Murders still challenging
In 2013 violent crimes have been reduced by 33 per cent, acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams said yesterday

Williams predicts murder toll of 399 by year end

Man slapped with two sex charges
Accused of attempting to hang wife

Home-made gun found
Northern Division police continue their crackdown on illegal guns in their jurisdiction with the discovery of a home-made shotgun

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