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CJ takes blame
Posted: Saturday, December 14, 2013

CJ takes blame
Judicary works on speeding up cases

CJ to rule on Pitman appeal
Chief Justice Ivor Archie will deliver judgment in four cases on December 18, among them that of convicted killers Lester Pitman and Gerald Wilson

Parliament report approves new Standing Orders

Question time for PM proposed
Changes to Parliament's Standing Orders...

Kamla: SA trip fostered political unity
We all have same goal

Pennelope can face sanction
PNM general council meets today...

Keyana accused a no-show again
Still hospitalised...

Expert: Suspect's asthma may be psychological

E-mails query suspended NP CEO's papers
E-mails have surfaced purporting to show suspended chief executive officer at National Petroleum (NP), Kenneth Mohammed, does not possess the academic qualifications he says he has.

Mom: We're not getting justice
Female guard bludgeoned to death, driver shot in Central double murder

Jairam on judiciary furore: Judges make many sacrifices
Law Association president Seenath Jairam says judges are not the run-of-the-mill executives

PM wants mandatory 16-years school age

'Special needs education a priority'
Gopeesingh: New policy to handle early detection...

Tuesday sentencing for British sex pervert
THE 67-YEAR-OLD British man who pleaded guilty three weeks ago to performing oral sex on a ten-year-old boy will know his fate on Tuesday.

SWRHA hails return of brain surgeons to Sando General
... heralded as the biggest achievement by the Southern West Regional Health Authority (SWRHA) this year.

Pear-D death isolated case, say UK cops

Trade Ministry helping SM Jaleel to clear its name

CARE: 1,280 new HIV cases in 2012
Community Action Resource (CARE) chairman and media practitioner Dale Enoch says about 1,280 additional people have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS in 2012

Senator claims $.25m in sweet potato losses
'Bleak Christmas' due to flooding

State asks judge again to recuse himself
...from presiding over a matter involving members of the Highway Re-Route Movement after his brother, environmental activist Gary Aboud was arrested in Port of Spain last month.

UWI students protest removal of arts centre

Cops link bounced cheque to killings
Attack at Chaguanas cemetery...

2 cousins shot dead
TWO cousins were shot dead on Thursday night after spending the day at a bar in Boissierre Village, Maraval

Autopsy: Shot victim dumped alive in river
Beetham maxi-taxi kidnapping, murder...

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