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JUICE ATTACK
Posted: Wednesday, January 29, 2014

JUICE ATTACK
Intruders shoot at SM Jaleel's security guards following overnight robbery

Shoot-out as bandits return to collect loot
Another break-in at CGA...

Doctors fail to save twin boys
Fuad orders probe of strange case

Woman, unborn twins die

World Bank meets with Govt to combat crime
Members of a World Bank delegation met yesterday with the Ministry of Finance and the National Security Council to discuss how to make the Customs and Excise Division more efficient.

AG: Bandits, beware!
He explained persons convicted of dangerous and violent criminal offences will be sent to jail if they reoffend and they will be denied bail for 120 days in the first instance, and if the case starts, there will be no bail at least until an entire year passes.

Amended Bail Bill passed

Fearful of 'bad boys'
Anand on magistrates, judges granting bail:

2 of 12 fires remain burning at Beetham

Caricom heads approve united stance on drugs
A Draft Special Declaration on the World Drug Problem was approved yesterday at the II CELAC Summit of Heads of State and Government in Havana, Cuba.

Rowley to PNMites: Come out and vote
No word from Pennelope about leadership challenge


Dead men still PNM members

OPPOSITION leader Dr Keith Rowley said the PNM membership is "an absolute mess and a fiction", with names of long-dead members who had joined the party in 1956

'Tyre of shame' on PM's gate
Re-Routers protest

Carmona: President's House ready to hire disabled

Group challenges ministry's approval
Orange Grove Savannah project goes to court...

Fishermen 'jacking up' prices
As boats steer clear of oil-spill areas...

Bunji receives his Soul Train Award
The Viking of Soca Bunji Garlin finally got to hold his Soul Train Award yesterday, a month after winning it for his song "Differentology".

Rowley: Police Service not up to task
PNM unveils part of anti-crime planů

Hiring a CoP harder than choosing Pope
LAST night all sides in the Senate agreed on the need for a new process to hire a permanent Commissioner of Police (CoP)

Gary: Top cop still acting is 'unacceptable'

Vicky Boodram's request for bail variation denied
THE REQUEST from fraud-accused businesswoman Vicky Boodram for the condition of her million-dollar bail to be varied was denied before the Magistrates' Court yesterday.

Surinamese still awaiting extradition: judge slams slow process
Amarnath Jagmohan, 52, is wanted in Singapore on four counts of uttering forged documents and another count of possession of counterfeit currency in that country in 2003.

Grande killing pushes murder toll to 41
Another murder has been recorded for the year, following the death of Earl Campo approximately six hours after he was shot near his home in Sangre Grande.



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