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Family links mom's killing to court case
Posted: Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Family links mom's killing to court case
Less than two months after an intruder broke into Stacy Roopan's car and left her a death threat, the Couva mother of one was gunned down yesterday outside her son's pre-school.

Cop a 'person of interest' in killing of 25-year-old mom

Couva mom gunned down

TWO Form Four students of Presentation College, San Fernando, are warded at San Fernando General Hospital, one said to be in critical condition after an incident at the school yesterday

Stabbed at school

School violence at Presentation College: One stabbed and another slits wrist

Ramnarine not defending Chutney Soca title
...Peeved over prize short pay, Bollywood melodies

Howai concerned over RBC layoffs
Finance Minister Larry Howai yesterday said he was concerned about customer confidence in RBC Royal Bank after the bank's implementation of restructuring strategies, including several layoffs.

Beckles hasn't shown herself as a leader
Analyst on race for PNM head:

Penny to take on Rowley
Former Opposition Senator and chairperson of the PNM's Women's League Penny Beckles-Robinson is expected to announce this week her decision to challenge party leader Dr Keith Rowley in the May 18 national executive elections

Pupils, teachers end up in hospital
After 3 weeks Princes Town school given the all-clear...

Boy, 2, dies after choking on jell-o
THE DEATH of a two-year-old boy, eight days after he was admitted to the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex (EWMSC) in Mt Hope

Society debunks myths on World Cancer Day
The Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society (TTCS) is appealing to the public to empower themselves by learning about cancer as there are still many myths about the disease.

PM pays surprise visit to Sando Teaching Hospital

Fishermen: Polluted waters all the time
Fishermen operating in the Gulf of Paria have appealed to the management of State-owned oil company Petrotrin to become more compassionate.

'Results of oil spill probe by week's end'

Kublalsingh defends 'Tyre Diplomacy': cry of shame
ACTIVIST Dr Wayne Kublalsingh has defended a new campaign by the Highway Re-Route Movement (HRM) called "Tyre Diplomacy", that places tyres on the residences of public officials as a mark of shame.

Not good enough, Madam PM
Her statement, "Every nation in the world has issues with narco-trafficking and therefore it's (about) our response now... We learn every day."

Maybe 'acting' ministers of Govt will perform better

UWI takes hold of Roytec
The Roytec trade name was yesterday handed over by the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) to The University of the West Indies (UWI).

Savannah vendors ready for Carnival
Peter Faustin, spokesman for the Savannah Vendors Association, said its members are all signed up and ready for a successful Carnival 2014.

Paralysed taxi driver on bail
Weeks after saving himself from house fire...

It was murder
A DAY after telling relatives of a pregnant Sangre Grande student that her death was suicide, Forensic pathologist Dr Hughvon des Vignes performed a second autopsy last Saturday on 21-year-old Iemeeliah Goumel

Police search for keys, phone
...can help catch nurse's killer

2 Diego Martin men shot dead
THE relatives of two Diego Martin men murdered over the weekend remained at a loss as to why they were killed.

Mom defends slain son: He was no saint
THE mother of an Arima man shot dead by the police in Rio Claro on Friday night admitted that "he was no saint", but he did not deserve to die in the manner that he did.

'Alcohol to ease the pain'
Taximan guilty

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