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'Stop attacks on children'
Posted: Wednesday, January 1, 2014

'Stop attacks on children'
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday in her New Year's Message, lamented last year's spate of child killings including that of Keyana Cumberbatch

PM's New Year's Day message: Crime, child abuse top of the agenda

Child abuse rears ugly head
July to December 2013

PM promises more power to the people
New Constitution among reforms for 2014...

Carmona: Make 2014 a year to remember

President: Do right in 2014
PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona is urging all citizens to make 2014 a year to "do right to all manner of men and women" and "to let good sense prevail".

World champion swimmer is Express Individual of the Year 2013

Jeromy Rodriguez is 'Express' Youth of the Year

$1m reward for killers
Guard ambushed transporting cash...

EMA acts on Petrotrin
US$50,000-a-day fine for oil spill breaches

La Brea residents protest
ANGRY residents of La Brea, who are affected by an oil spill, yesterday blocked the roadway in a placard demonstration

La Brea residents ready to sue

Greater autonomy for Tobago

Martelly thanks Kamla for South Africa flight
HAITI President Michel Martelly has thanked Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar for taking him on her flight to South Africa for the State funeral of former South Africa President, the late Nelson Mandela.

Murders hit 405, but TTPS boasts of Lowest serious crimes in 29 years
Despite an increase in the homicide rate as compared to 2012, the police say this country has recorded its lowest serious crime figure in 29 years

Police must enforce law against fireworksóBrowne

Granny grazed while asleep
Stray bullet cuts through Barataria roof

Missing girl found with boy, 17
A 14-year-old Cunupia schoolgirl who went missing four days before Christmas was found with a 17-year-old male friend

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