Posted: Thursday, January 2, 2014
First murder victim for 2014
Pastor slain in Arima
Man, 32, gunned down
Investigators believe that his killers suspected that Haneiph may have given information to police which led to a drug bust in he area.
Rouge Cops to be Fired
Griffith Plans Massive Crime Overhaul
Al-Rawi hopes PP gets handle on crime PNM calls for better detection rate
REST IN PEACE MRS MILLS
THERESE MILLS, the first woman editor of a national newspaper in Trinidad and Tobago and the founding Editor-in-Chief of Newsday, died yesterday.
Veteran Mills dies suddenly
Kamla waits for sister's medical procedure
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar is expected to return to the country by this weekend.
Parliament to resume on January 10, says Moonilal
Leader of Government Business Roodal Moonilal confirmed yesterday that Parliament would resume after its Christmas break in the second week of January.
Moonilal: Construction boom this year
HOUSING Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal yesterday said 2014 will be the start of a construction boom in the country.
9 tertiary projects for 2014
Oil spill spreading north, says Aboud
The Gulf of Paria will become a toxic dead zone if thick crude is not vacuumed from the ocean floor before Petrotrin begins its underwater seismic surveys
Concerns, clean-up continue in La Brea
CLEAN-up activities at Point Sable Beach, La Brea continued yesterday even as operations at Coffee beach remained at a standstill
Roget: Oil spill crisis not over
Transformation for Beetham
NY-based Trini works on lifelong dream
Help raise awareness, end cervical cancer
Cancer Society urges citizens:
Survival of Geeta Seenath
It was Seenath who in June found herself, lost and alone, dependent on common sense and prayer, to bring her out to civilisation and safety.
The children we lost
There were 15 child killings in Trinidad and Tobago this year, and 38 over the last four years
12 months in jail for stealing $5,000
A MAN who stole $5,000 from a bar was sent to jail on Monday for 12 months.
Woman charged for faking kidnapping
A 45-year-old mother has been charged with wasting police time after faking her abduction.
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