Aloes rejects 'race' song
Posted: Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Aloes rejects 'race' song
Bodyguard's False Papers too hot for Revue
GET UP, GET OUT
If ever a man should raise a hand against a woman or hit her, she should get out of that relationship immediately.
Paladee family gives $.1m to school
A $100,000 offering of "love" was made yesterday by the family of slain teacher, Dian Paladee, on her behalf to El Dorado South Hindu Primary School, where she taught.
...Sat blames Dian's death on 'anger' in T&T
TRINIS SICK, LAZY
Health Minister blames citizens for creating crisis of packed hospitals
...'I will discharge patients myself'
HEALTH MINISTER Dr Fuad Khan is prepared to take on the responsibility of assessing and discharging patients at public health institutions to make beds available for new admissions.
Not me and sex talk, says ASTT president
President of the Agricultural Society of T&T (ASTT) Dhano Sookoo has distanced herself from allegations that she was behind a plot to get rid of Food Production Minister Devant Maharaj
'I could dead any day now'
Those were the prophetic words uttered by State witness Ricaldo Sanchez to a close, trusted friend mere days before he was shot dead while riding his bicycle
Magistrate denies bail for Keyianna's stepfather
...Charged with kidnapping
St Vincent and St Lucia tell TT thanks for the help
ON Friday the final shipment of relief items from the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) will be sent to St Vincent and St Lucia
Rowley glad Manning back in House
EMA checks air quality in La Brea
Environmental Management Authority (EMA) compliance officers turned up at the beachfront in La Brea yesterday to do air quality tests
'We have bad coughs'
DPP's office seeks warrant for e-mail info
Richardson wrote Google in June 2013, say sources
Tewarie: Codes will make for safer buildings
PLANNING Minister, Dr Bhoe Tewarie, yesterday said proposed planning legislation will introduce a national building code which will regulate the safety of building
Judge: Bank law unconstitutional
A SECOND High Court judge has ruled that the protection law for Central Bank, which was passed in 2011, was unconstitutional
Text-voting system unfair
Ex-finalist blanks Chutney Soca Monarch show:
Landslip ruptures WASA's main
Cocaine goes missing: cops to face questions
HOW did cocaine go missing from the Mayaro Police Station under the noses of police officers?
Case will go on despite murder of State witness
THE killing of State witness Ricaldo Sanchez will not affect the preliminary enquiry into the murder in which he was a star witness.
Police probing other links
Murder of State witness...
Family wants justice
...Officer no-show; case thrown out
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