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Heat for Griffith
Posted: Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Heat for Griffith
Deputy mayor: Less talk more action, 3 more murders rock families

Kamla: Crime remains top priority for Govt
...but security minister doing well

Griffith on new anti-crime measure: No plan to sideline PCA

CHRISTMAS came early this year for more than 40,000 daily rated workers who were yesterday celebrating the news that they would benefit from a 12 percent wage hike

NUGFW settles for 12% pay increase

Keyana murder accused tells attorney: Not being handcuffed feels good

Ex-convict shot dead at bar
Witnesses not coming forward

Gang leader slain
Cops brace for reprisals as...

Gang leader murdered

Body without arms, head found in Caroni

Derelict wrecks in Gulf linked to illegal diesel sale
Intelligence gathered suggest that derelict wrecks littering the Gulf of Paria may have been used in the illegal sale of diesel

AG: New law for court case backlog
A first draft of a new Administration of Justice (Indictable Offences) Bill to abolish preliminary inquiries and cross examinations is under review

Judges alone have power to jail
... not the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

Gordon proposes new corruption barometer
Chairman of the Integrity Commission Kenneth Gordon is requesting Cabinet approval for the establishment of a T&T corruption index

'...Finding safe places a Task Force priority'
The Child Protection Task Force will meet tomorrow to discuss pertinent matters related to children and try and get the Children's Authority staffed.

'Unwanted' teen almost sent to YTC

Investigation into Petrotrin oil spill
QUESTIONS will be asked to determine the origin of a Petrotrin oil spill off Pointe-a-Pierre yesterday

Environment Minister: Someone has fallen asleep on the job
A more than a decade-old problem

Nipdec chairman deflects blame
...all questions on the multimillion-dollar Shaw Park Cultural Complex ought to be addressed to the Tobago House of Assembly (THA).

Ashworth knocks THA for cost overruns
Nipdec fired in Shaw Park Cultural Complex contract

Upbeat Sparrow sends message to fans: I'm coming out dancing
Slinger Francisco, the Mighty Sparrow, continues to get better as he convalesces in a New York rehab facility

PNM councillor healed, in court
...charged with failing to submit to breathalyser

Trio wins appeal against life in jail
After pleading guilty to murder...

UK man jailed for sexually assaulting boy
A 67-year-old British man who pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a nine-year-old boy while vacationing in Trinidad has been sentenced to three years and four months in prison

Brothers guilty of beating, kidnapping uncle
TWO brothers were yesterday found guilty of assaulting and kidnapping their uncle, with whom they had spent the evening drinking alcohol, more than eight years ago.

Appeal Court upholds 2011 murder conviction
THE Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal and affirmed the conviction of a Point Fortin man who was sentenced to hang in 2011 for murdering a fellow prison inmate.

Murder accused goes free after 7 years...wants KFC
A CHAGUANAS man was yesterday found not guilty of murdering another man from Chagua­nas seven years ago.

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