Police Probe Cocaine Surgery
Posted: Sunday, January 5, 2014
Police Probe Cocaine Surgery
'Illegal to perform procedure to remove drugs and not report it to authorities'
Principals, teachers frustrated
...the climate of violence and indiscipline being perpetrated in the nation's schools and wider society is taking a toll on many principals
Couple found dead at home in murder/suicide
Two men also gunned down in Maloney
Pregnant woman stabs relative to death during fight
A 38-year-old man was stabbed to death early yesterday morning during a fight with a pregnant relative at their Chaguanas apartment.
Death penalty for child rapists
It will do more harm than good, lawyers warn
Griffith: I won't be an armchair minister
National Security Minister Gary Griffith yesterday hit back at critics of his crime fighting plans and policies, declaring that he has only just begun
Ag CoP: War on crime not lost
'Plea bargaining legislation can help'
...can greatly assist in reducing the vast backlog of cases currently burdening the judiciary.
PM delayed in New York
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar did not return home from New York, yesterday, as was expected, but will return home today at 6 am.
CLEAN-UP work in La Brea is expected to be deliberately slowed down for several hours tomorrow as children return to school following the Christmas vacation.
Extended medical hours for La Brea residents
Mass animal deaths in 2013
Until December 17 it seemed that the arrest of three environmental activists would have been the most shocking event in environmental matters in the country in 2013.
No contract yet for Penal hospital
Three months after Government pulled out of its planned arrangement with the Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC) to have the corruption-tainted Canadian conglomerate SNC-Lavalin build the Penal Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre...
Why did Justin die?
Health Minister promises full probe of teen's mystery death
Dad files negligence lawsuit against SWRHA over son
Suniti Paul had an uneventful pregnancy, everything was normal and she was looking forward to delivering her first baby.
Nadira offers her organs
It's only five days into the new year but Nadira Boodram is already hoping to fulfil her major resolution for 2014.
Consulate workers must be US residents
AG agrees with Consul-General:
Don't hit children—Deyalsingh ...use positive talk, lead by example
Corporal punishment – Part 2
LIAT chairman: Don't lose faith in us
Organisers promise bigger, better Carnival
CHAGUANAS launched its Regional Carnival celebrations yesterday at Edinburgh 500 during which organisers promised that it would be even bigger and better than last year.
Lavish wedding for Galbaransingh's son
The son of United National Congress financier Ishwar Galbaransingh yesterday exchanged vows with his new bride in the presence of several Government ministers in Tobago.
Criminals not afraid of God or police
An Open Bible pastor:
Slain couple laid to rest
New Year's Day murders...
Zoo blocks removal of birds
Attempts were yesterday made to remove more than 130 protected birds from the Emperor Valley Zoo
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