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Verna in 'naked' protest
Posted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Verna in 'naked' protest
Former minister in protest outside Parliament


FIVE men who appeared yesterday before a Sangre Grande magistrate in connection with the $4.5 million heist at the Sangre Grande branch of Republic Bank were each granted $1 million in bail

Five accused granted $5.4m bail

Five in court charged with $4m bank heist

TTEC owes $2.5B
TRINIDAD and Tobago Electricity Commission (TTEC) has in excess of $2.5 billion in debts owing to among others

Ramnarine calls for report
SIS Beetham contract

Joint Trade Unions on water plant contract: A shameless act

De Coteau promises Brown long-awaited gender policy

TTUTA: Time to revisit Concordat
SEA in focus

Support for abolition of SEA

Caricom leaders discuss slavery reparation
Caricom's proposals to seek reparation from European states for hardship suffered by people during the slave trade range from seeking a formal apology and obtaining compensation to making claims via lawyers or diplomatic channels.

Petrotrin pays out $12m to fisherfolk
...but oil spill not fully cleared

Senators query medical standards
IT IS NOT a compulsory requirement for medical doctors to continue training in order to be registered to practice...

Aviation Institute to be opened by year's end

100-year-old bridge a danger to Grande Riviere tourists
Appeal for urgent repairs after accident leaves resident in ICU

Extension granted
Baby remains in foster parents care...

Cops, DPP to discuss charges in Hudlin killing
POLICE are expected to consult with Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard today on whether to charge a 38-year-old relative of Knolly Hudlin with his murder.

Shock, outrage over cricketer's murder
WHILE residents, relatives and friends in the Barataria community were still reeling from the shooting death of Ackinton Walker

IPI renews calls to drop charges against Bajan journalists
The International Press Institute (IPI) yesterday again urged authorities in Barbados to drop criminal indecency charges against three journalists.

Businessman walks free of sexual assault charges
'Teen came with me willingly'

Conrad Barrow new Prisons Commissioner
Conrad Keiran Barrow has been appointed Commissioner of Prisons, with effect from March 10.

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