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Kung Fu Grandpa
Posted: Saturday, January 25, 2014

Kung Fu Grandpa
Man, 81, fights off bandits

NOC helping to curb crime
ALTHOUGH it is only five percent operational, the National Operations Centre (NOC) is already feeding law enforcement agencies with "critical intelligence" to deal with crimes in the country

Rowley, Gopeesingh in rowdy tit-for-tat

Griffith: CCTV cameras monitoring citizens all over T&T

Trini offers to help DEA solve $644m drug link
Jailed in US for exporting cocaine...

No extradition request yet, says Dookeran

Dogs to sniff luggage, travellers
Dogs are to be used to sniff luggage and even travellers at airports for illegal drugs

$2M for Ryan report on Crime
SALARIES paid to the authors of the 2013 Selwyn Ryan report on crime totalled about $2million

Moonilal: 'Emailgate' claims never proven as facts Opposition Leader alleges abuse by Govt

Official says soap more toxic than Corexit
Aboud maintains chemical harmful

La Brea fishermen, residents seek clearance
...from oil experts on whether marine life in the Gulf of Paria may be contaminated by chemicals used in the oil spill clean-up along the south-western peninsula.

PM picks oil-spill task force
Several people have been appointed to the National Environmental Assessment Task Force (NEATF).

'I'm not trembling'
CHAGUANAS West MP Jack Warner in relation to the Integrity Commission on Thursday asking President Anthony Carmona to appoint a tribunal to probe Warner in relation to findings in the Sir David Simmons Concacaf report.

Scarborough continues beautification drive, removes illegal vendors
The programme began in 2011 and has since demolished 65 illegal structures.

Fire in his eyes: Sparrow's back

Fire victim gets wheelchair from Glenn
... who escaped his burning house last week by throwing himself down steps to escape the flames.

Citizens asked to pray out crime
Minister Samuel announces National Week of Prayer

Vet School: Not our tongues
THE SCHOOL of Veterinary Medicine yesterday claimed that it had conducted an audit of all specimens at the school's compound to ensure that none of the specimens were missing

Angry villagers flush out young murder suspects
Disgusted over the gruesome death of 54-year-old mechanic Dulraj Deodath, villagers of Sea Trace, Diego Martin, the following day, hunted down and caught four children whom they and police believe were responsible.

Murdered teen's mom, boyfriend interviewed
POLICE probing the murder of 15-year-old Aleah Cain, yesterday interviewed her mother and the father of her (Aleah) newborn daughter.

Retrial ordered for murder accused
Jurors unable to agree

Village of fear
...Murder accused released: Tableland women report threats

Teen held for raping sister, assaulting mom
A 18-YEAR-OLD man of central Trinidad was arrested by police in connection with three counts of rape of his ten-year-old sister

10 homeless men in court for sleeping on the street
SAN Fernando Magistrate Rae Roopchan yesterday hailed police officers for arresting ten men found sleeping on a street in the city

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