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Posted: Friday, January 10, 2014

Dian Paladee, a schoolteacher and heiress to the Pennywise chain of cosmetics stores, was brutally beaten with a rolling pin and shot once to the head by her former husband

Murder/suicide in St Augustine: Woman shot dead, ex-husband kills self


'Similarities in murder-suicides, but...'
The recent murder-suicides that left two men and significant others dead is not "an exclusively copycat type syndrome" but inclusive of the pressures of depression and frustration within the relationships

Williams gets warning
THE POLICE Service Commission (PSC) has reprimanded Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams that his tardiness in submitting reports to them

Williams under fire for late reports

JP shoots and kills knife-toting bandit
...'I didn't invite him in here'

JP kills bandit during St James home invasion

PM: We need to fight back
FACED with an unprecedented murder rate in the first days of the new year, and an apparent inability by police to find the killers...

DOMA compares oil spills and crime

Archbishop calls for more dialogue to ease society's anger

No new top cop in sight
'Easier to find a President, PM or CJ...'

'Known gang leaders awarded State contracts'
... yet these individuals are not being arrested

First Citizens shares now worth $41.01

OWTU wants oil workers reinstated
' must take responsibility'

Crabs, racoons, oysters, catfish
...are the main casualties of the December oil spill at La Brea

Zebra and ostriches for Zoo
EVEN as the Emperor Valley Zoo is expecting three Bengal Tigers before month-end, the zoo is also preparing for four ostriches, and a zebra.

180 foreign nurses for new South hospital
The $739 million San Fernando Teaching Hospital has been commissioned but it will take another few weeks before 180 nurses can be flown in from Cuba and St Vincent to work at the facility

Families evacuate
GAS fumes forced the evacuation of several families in Balmain, Couva as many residents complained of headaches, vomiting and nauseous feelings.

Evacuation plan for workers, schoolchildren needed in Point Lisas

Rowley slams Bhose for 'anti-PNM' remarks
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley slammed Bhose Sharma, chairman of the group To Preserve the Balisier, for "waging a campaign" against the People's National Movement (PNM)

Parliament to debate Bail Bill

'Don't leave Malick Sec pupils at a disadvantage'
... after having missed months of classes.

Cops want talks on leave recall

Diego man charged with Tobago murder
Thirty-six-year-old Vern Paul Williams of Diego Martin appeared before the Scarborough Magistratesí Court yesterday, charged with the murder of 54-year-old Curtis Lovelace of Toco.

Blows, bite for 'unfaithful' girlfriend
A PAINTER, who bit his girlfriend on Wednesday during an argument, told the police that she was unfaithful to him.

Boy held with ganja discharged, due to SEA exam
A 12-YEAR-OLD boy, who lives with his grandmother because his parents are separated, appeared in court for marijuana possession.

Regiment condemns actions
Facebook photo: Soldiers with dead caimans...

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