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Posted: Friday, January 17, 2014

Karl Hudson-Phillips 1933-2014

PM sends condolences to Hudson-Phillips' family
Former Attorney-General passes away in London

Karl's ICC post gave joy, pride
President Carmona:

Legal luminary leaves a void
THE death of Karl Hudson-Phillips QC brings to an end an era of legal luminaries in this country, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar stated yesterday.

Henderson 'devastated' by passing
Newly-appointed Judge of the International Criminal Court, Geoffrey Henderson, said yesterday he was devastated by the news of the sudden and unexpected death of Karl Hudson-Phillips, former ICC judge and legal luminary.

Kamla blanks OWTU meeting
... to discuss the series of oil spills which recently affected this country's South Western peninsula

Williams to act as CoP again
Stephen Williams has been granted yet another six-month extension of his contract as acting Police Commissioner.

Govt hopes for Senators support
Bail (Amendment) Bill 2013

Mickela slams Govt on crime
Former United National Congress (UNC) MP Mickela Panday has lambasted the Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar-led Government on the spiralling murder rate

'Our children in crisis'
"IF we had done a lot of things that we are proposing now, 25 years ago, a lot of the children that were killed recently would not be dead."

San Fernando's new traffic plan

Chutney Soca Monarch in jeopardy
Minister says promoter not entitled to any $$

US authorities seeking whereabouts of wanted Trini

Family grieves: pregnant wife in hospital
2 killed in maxi accident...

Teen shot dead in La Horquetta
A LA HORQUETTA teenager was shot dead near his home on Wednesday night in what the police described as a gang-related homicide.

Teacher charged with injuring policewoman
SECONDARY school teacher Kavita Maharaj appeared in court yesterday charged with three offences, including causing grievous bodily harm to a policewoman

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