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Karl Hudson-Phillips has died
Posted: Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Karl Hudson-Phillips has died
EMINENT Queen's Counsel, former judge of the International Criminal Court and former Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago Karl Hudson-Phillips, has died.

PM sends condolences to Hudson-Phillips' family

"Spiritual healer" predicts Pennelope Beckles-Robinson would become the next prime minister

Overturned truck was carrying lye
No serious injuries reported after chemical spill off Churchill Roosevelt/ Uriah Butler Highway interchange.

Latapy settles $5m lawsuit with TTFA
FORMER national football coach Russell Latapy has withdrawn a lawsuit against the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) for more than $5 million in compensation after both parties arrived at an out-of-court settlement.

More blows for Sugar Aloes over Bodyguard snub
The debate over Michael (Sugar Aloes) Osouna's decision to reject Roger (Bodyguard) Mohammed for the Kalypso Revue tent's 2014 cast continued to rage within the calypso fraternity

Ex-Central Authority director on e-mail probe: Cops using faulty approach to Google

No protected State witness killed in 3 years

Cops blamed: burnt teen to finish interview today
OVER a three-day period, teenager Jamerson John is expected to give police a statement into his claim that he was set on fire by police officers while in custody.

Cops launch probe into missing cocaine at station
AN investigation has now been launched into how 40 rocks of cocaine went missing from the Mayaro Police Station over the last weekend.

'Petrotrin execs still in their cushy jobs' despite fine
President-general of the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union (OWTU) Ancel Roget:

No school for Israel until rash clears
Oil spill sickens La Brea pupil

Children's registry comingóDe Coteau

Two die in bus, maxi collision
TWO people are reported dead following a collision in Carenage late yesterday between a Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) bus and a yellow-band maxi-taxi

WPC committed to stand trial
POLICE constable Nicole Clement has been committed to stand trial for perverting the course of public justice through conspiracy.

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