'THAT'S MY BABY'
Posted: Wednesday, February 26, 2014
'THAT'S MY BABY'
IN THE midst of the Carnival revelry, a woman was yesterday in tears as she did what no mother ought to do - identify the body of their murdered child.
Cops hunt PH driver
Brother blames self for sister's murder…issue warning to women
Long Range Vessel for TT
CHINA has promised to deliver a Long Range Vessel (LRV) to the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard, in the shortest possible time
Chinese vessel coming
Kamla says LRVs needed due to the increase in arms and narco trafficking
Chinese vessels absurd, says Imbert
Griffith on patrol vessel from China: T&T will not buy 'white elephant'
Chinese CNG for TT vehicles
THIS country's multi-million dollar fuel subsidy could become a thing of the past, without motorists ever having to pay full price at the pump for gasoline or diesel
$107m in ganja destroyed in Biche forest
A JOINT operation among this country's National Security agencies resulted in the eradication of marijuana valued at $107 million in Biche on Monday.
Professor sees PetroCaribe backlash
Unrest in Venezuela...
CAL flies as normal to Venezuela
Ryan's wife: I want no divorce
Sally Ann Rampersad is happy her husband, accident survivor Ryan Rampersad, is out of the hospital and recovering, but says she was not informed by his relatives that he had been discharged.
'Reporters can't be hired guns'
Devant backs call for media houses to announce political affiliation
...Government, Opposition challenged to declare assets
Independent Senator Dr Rolph Balgobin yesterday challenged members of Government and Opposition to declare their party finances.
Prescott: Jail party financiers
In the Senate
We have work to do, says Kamla on ratings
...but PM to rush back in time to play Monday mas
No connection between homosexuality, crime
Victim Support Unit disagrees with Clarke:
$49.1m contract to build Siparia Market
Super Industrial Services (SIS) Ltd was given the $49.1 million contract to build the Siparia Market Facility on the basis of selective tender
More security for Chaguanas mas
PRIVATE security firms have volunteered to assist the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service and Chaguanas Borough Corporation Municipal Police to ensure that the borough records the safest Carnival this year.
'No word on $2m prize yet'
... Trinbago Unified Calypsonians' Association (TUCO) will know by tomorrow if it will get the $2 million prize money for the 2014 Calypso Monarch.
Aaron, Melina rule Schools Chutney Soca
After a rough Carnival season for young entertainer Aaron Duncan, he yesterday successfully defended his Primary School National Carnival Chutney Soca Monarch title
Destra steals show at star-studded Machel Monday
Cyclist, watchman latest road deaths
Works Minister Dr Surujrattan Rambachan is appealing to road users to be more responsible as two more lives were lost on the roads in two accidents on Monday night.
Woman jumps from speeding car
A young mother of two dressed only in her nightie forced open the trunk lid of a car which was being driven along a road and jumped to freedom, shortly after being abducted by the driver.
Court throws out ex-murder accused lawsuit against State
A High Court judge has thrown out a malicious prosecution lawsuit brought by a 51-year-old man from Moruga who was freed of a murder charge after the State failed to present evidence against him on trial.
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