'You will be punished'
Posted: Wednesday, January 8, 2014
'You will be punished'
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has described the 19 murders in seven days as "intolerable, horrific and horrendous" amid descriptions of this country as a "murder capital"
No more excuses in war on crime
PM reads riot act to security heads; describes crime wave as horrific
19 murders in 7 days
THE brutal chopping death of Cedros couple Krishna and Radha Ramdeen and the equally brutal shooting of Arouca resident Hezekiah Mark — who was killed in the presence of his young son — have pushed to 19
19 murders in one week
Couple murdered at Cedros home
NOT even the burglar proofing they installed a month ago could keep out the thieves who came during the night to rob and kill an elderly couple at their home in Cedros.
Elderly couple's killings stun Cedros...
Bring out army to fight crime—son
Rapid Response Unit launched
New Rapid Response Unit 'to play important role'
Duncan Street residents living in fear yet again
All leave for cops suspended
EMA fines Petrotrin $20M
THE Environmental Management Authority (EMA) has fined State-run Petrotrin $20 million for breaching the terms of its certificates of environment clearance (CEC)
Petrotrin fined $20m by EMA
EMA fines Petrotrin $20 million
...More workers face suspension
MORE Petrotrin employees are expected to be suspended as the State-owned oil company continues its investigation into what caused a series of oil spills in the Gulf of Paria.
La Brea oil spill not our fault—Trinity
Trinity Exploration and Production plc has again distanced itself from the oil spills attributed to it along the south-western peninsula
La Brea, Pt Fortin MPs want spills discussed in House
'Express' visits Aripero mangrove following oil spill
Oil spill response upsets environmentalists but Few distressed animals found
Stolen boat engines found near Otaheite facility
Union: Teachers right to abandon unsafe schools
As teachers at the Basse Terre RC School, Moruga, refused to work in inadequate conditions yesterday, their union urged them to exercise self-preservation and the safety of students in their care.
One in five living below poverty line
National report findings in conflict with Govt's:
Tobago parties agree on way forward for self-govt
Penalise officials who ignore rules
Judge on awarding of million dollar contracts
'Cocaine surgery not performed at Medical Associates'
Victims not calling cops
Rowley scoffs at 'fall in crime' claim:
Crime will topple Government, says Rowley
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