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Whistle-blower helping DEA
Posted: Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Whistle-blower helping DEA
3 T&T businessmen linked to cocaine haul

DEA meets officials on $644 million cocaine in juice tins

Labels in seized US haul fake—SM Jaleel

Griffith claims Virginia paper report irrelevant

THREE handcuffed students of the Chaguanas North Government Secondary School were led by armed police officers into the Chaguanas Magistrates' Court yesterday

Griffith stresses need for Bail Bill

Anand: Bail Bill won't affect average citizen
There is no need for the average citizen to fear the amendment to the Bail Bill because it specifically targets hardened criminals

Prescod: Cause for a pause
Bail Amendment Billinfringes on the rights of the citizen and breaches the separation of powers principle.

Three senators sworn in
Three temporary senators were sworn in yesterday by Senate Vice-President James Lambert.

Bharath invites private sector to China
Trade Minister Vasant Bharath has invited the local private sector to be part of the delegation accompanying Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar on her official visit to China next month.

Transport chief gets $150,000 for radio show comment
STATE owned media group Caribbean News Media Group (CNMG) has been ordered to pay Transport Commissioner Ruben Cato $150,000 in damages for slander

La Brea MP sees link to Corexit
As residents fall ill after oil spill...

No all-clear yet for La Brea residents after air quality tests
AIR quality testing was conducted in the coastal villages throughout La Brea yesterday to determine when homeowners can be allowed to light their stoves again.

Anslem Douglas nominated for Canadian award
This country's first and only Grammy Award winner Anslem Douglas is in the running for a Black Canadian award.

Alleyne freed of resisting arrest
Police officers must be prepared to come to court to justify their arrests which deprive citizens of their liberty

Cow tongue prank
IT WAS all a veterinary student's prank. Two severed cow tongues in glass containers were left in the parking lot at Trincity Mall

Carenage man gunned down
WITHIN the last three years three members of a Carenage family were violently killed

Boy, 14, on attempted murder charge
A 14-YEAR-OLD boy appeared before a San Fernando magistrate yesterday charged with attempted murder.

Man charged for cocaine in Kerrygold milk
A Guyanese national was held last Friday with 15.308 kilogrammes of cocaine concealed in Kerrygold milk powder packets.

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