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Daughter of Pennywise founder murdered
Posted: Thursday, January 9, 2014

Daughter of Pennywise founder murdered
...overnight killings take 2014 toll to 22

... acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams has been summoned to a meeting today by the Police Service Commission (PSC).

Minister of Diversity says 'we can't go on like this' after seeing body of murder victim #20 with head blown off

$900m upgrade for Centre City Mall
3,000 jobs to be created in Chaguanas...

$1m ganja found in car on police compound

Rowley: Is Baghdad we living?
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley has declared the country is in a crisis with record-breaking murders for January.

Kamla: Carnival will be safe

I won't tolerate corruption as PM
Rowley: Kamla afraid to take action...

Chemical scare in Couva
...scores of workers and school children in close proximity to the Point Lisas Industrial Estate (Plipdeco) had to be evacuated yesterday after a pungent odour from a suspected chemical leak was detected yesterday.

Cops predict havoc with suspension of leave
The decision to suspend all leave indefinitely will cause havoc on the physical and mental well-being of policemen who are already poorly compensated

Judge rules against State
San Fernando Harbour Project case

Manning back in House tomorrow
After a two-year absence because of illness...

Manning ends 2-year absence

...Some sceptical about his health

Minister in Gender Ministry: Mothers cause of most child abuse
The most common type of child abuse occurs between eight to ten and the mothers are the most common perpetrators.

Child rapes worry Ahmed
MORE than a quarter of rapes reported to police involve children between the ages of 12 to 17 and more than 70 percent of the rapists are acquaintances of the victims

Army probe into soldiers posing with dead caimans
THE Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (TTDF) has launched an investigation into a photograph which has gone viral on social networking sites

Maharaj pledges army support to fight crime
CHIEF of Defence Staff Major General Kenrick Maharaj pledged his support and that of his troops to help the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service get a handle on crime.

Warner: Murder toll unacceptable
... if at least half of the initiatives in the 100-point crime plan he handed to Cabinet during his tenure at the ministry had been continued, this country would not be facing the bloodbath that is currently taking place.

Ramesar slams Police Service management
The management of the Police Service is unwilling to act on the deficiencies in the service

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