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Posted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

IN A CASE of police raiding police, senior South Western Division officers on Monday afternoon executed a search warrant at the Fyzabad Police Station where during a search, they discovered a quantity of marijuana, cocaine and several rounds of ammunition of various calibre, hidden...

…reference to Deyalsingh's 'ex-girlfriend' was good political picong

AG apologises for 'ex-girlfriend' remark

Al-Rawi wants it in writing
Opposition Senator Faris Al-Rawi is calling on Attorney General Anand Ramlogan to apologise in writing and provide charitable donations on behalf of Kristel Marie Ramnath.

...'Written apology required'

Senate Pres all for pay hike
'Current MPs salaries not living wage'

Dumas: SRC slack on what's full-time work

PNM senator accuses Govt of being anti-media
YESTERDAY'S parliamentary debate on the Libel and Defamation (Amendment) Bill 2013 provided for a spirited sitting, with Opposition Senator Camille Robinson-Regis seeking to expose the People's Partnership Government as having a history of battling with the media.

Al-Rawi: Repeal the entire act
The entire Defamation and Libel Act 2013 should be repealed, Opposition Senator Faris Al-Rawi said yesterday.

Tobago feels undone by new Constitution
Despite criticisms that the Government was rushing it, T&T may have a new Constitution by the end of this year.

Government to pay rent on empty building until November

Extension for US company GTECH
Lottery Board's tendering process scrapped...

Caricom wants peaceful end to Venezuela unrest
Caricom has called for respect to be paid to the government of Venezuela, so that a peaceful resolution to the current situation can be reached.

5 consecutive quarters of growth in Agriculture
THERE have been five consecutive quarters of improvements in the level of productivity in the agriculture sector for the first time in 40 years

Rows over Chutney Soca
Chutney Soca has a new monarch yet controversies linger over the competition.

Skinner Park the acid test for 'False Papers'
Bodyguard: It's not an attack on any race...

...Aloes: Not me and that Sando crowd
Of the 40 calypsonians chosen to compete at this weekend's Calypso Fiesta in San Fernando, calypsonian Sugar Aloes (Michael Osouna) is notably absent.

Fireball apologises for on-stage expletive
Rohan "Fireball" Richards apologised to fellow extempo artiste Black Sage on Monday night at Kaiso House, Queen's Park Savannah.

Subhas says it's hypocrisy
Drunk driving after attending Chutney Soca show

Vatican rep: Shun gay debate
Vatican representative Archbishop Nicola Girasoli, Apostolic Nuncio to the Antilles, believes priests and bishops should not get into the legalities of the gay rights debate.

Human rights not negotiable
Human Rights are non-negotiable declared Archbishop Nuncio to the Antilles, Nicola Girasoli at a panel discussion on human rights and HIV/AIDS.

Gulf View blocked from removing itself from lawsuit
Gulf View Medical, the private health facility that is being sued by former finance minister Karen Tesheira, was blocked on Monday from removing itself from the medical negligence lawsuit

Quake shakes Caribbean islands

Suspensions for two Mayaro cops in prisoner's escape
... pending further investigation into the escape of prisoner Azmon Alexander outside the Mayaro Magistrate's Court on January 31 this year.

Montano pays off mortgage
After being evicted by TTMF...

$150,000 award for wrongful prosecution
... after the State admitted it had maliciously prosecuted him on a charge of drug possession for the purpose of trafficking.

Subhas says it's hypocrisy

Drunk driving after attending Chutney Soca show

Soldier killed in Central car crash
Teen, 16, faces dangerous driving charge

Body of drowned UK man surfaces on wedding day
At around 8 am yesterday, relatives found the bloated body of the 34-year-old information technology student floating near the shoreline at Grand Lagoon after he disappeared while sea bathing on Sunday.

Labourer fined for wasting police time
A man who made a false report of being robbed, after he was unable to pay his bank loan, appeared in court yesterday charged with wasting police time.

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