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BAD GIRLS
Posted: Wednesday, March 19, 2014

BAD GIRLS
Ten female students have been suspended following a fight outside Mucurapo West Secondary School, St James last Friday.

10 Girls Suspended
Anger over school brawl forces action

Ramnarine: No plan to privatise Petrotrin

Retired Judge leads Baby Simeon probe
Retired Justice of Appeal, Mustapha Ibrahim, will chair a three-person Independent Committee to investigate the death of baby Simeon Cottle

Baby Simeon's funeral today

Griffith: Experts to advise on 1990 report
Committee "of experts" to be established to look at the recommendations of the Commission of Enquiry into the 1990 coup attempt and how to implement them

Tassa, pan for PM in Florida
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar in Florida, United States of America, on private business to attend a funeral of a family member

Robbie shows improvement

Shooting on Lara Promenade
PERSONS liming at the Brian Lara Promenade in Port-of-Spain had to scamper for safety on Monday night when a gunman fired shots at a Morvant man

State wins appeal, Dutch national to be extradited
A judge's decision to order the immediate release of a Dutch national wanted in Singapore on fraud charges, has been overturned by the Court of Appeal.

Give auditors time to do job
First Citizens chairman on share sale:

57 flood victims receive $10,000
At their MP Prakash Ramadhar's St Augustine Constituency office, Pasea Road, Tunapuna.

Jack: A Qatar witch-hunt
Former FIFA vice- president Jack Warner has said a "witch- hunt" was being waged against Qatar.

2022 World Cup organisers: No breach of rules, ethics

Bakr 'unreasonable' on land deal
The report of the commission of enquiry into the 1990 attempted coup blames Yasin Abu Bakr for the unresolved land issue at #1 Mucurapo Road.

Rowley at meeting in support of elections' slate: Penny a UNC investment

Union man disputes Penny's claim about father
... Pennelope Beckles-Robinson's father, Lionel, was involved in the Bloody Tuesday labour unrest in 1975 and was jailed.

AG: Pitbulls easy to identify
The head of The University of the West Indies School of Veterinary Science, in response to a query from him, has confirmed that vets are sufficiently trained to identify pitbulls by reference to their physical characteristics.

...Happy for support of dog bite victims
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan said he was heartened by the presence of members of the Dog Bite Victims Association, who gathered in support of the Dangerous Dogs Act

Zoo greets 2 new lionesses, 3 tigers
The Emperor Valley Zoo welcomed two new African lionesses and three Bengal tigers yesterday.

Injured cops endure seven-hour hospital wait
TWO police officers injured in the line of duty waited for over seven hours for medical treatment at the San Fernando General Hospital on Monday.

Teen on lewd behaviour charge tells magistrate: I got pregnant after SEA exam
A 17-year-old girl accused of exposing her breasts during the Carnival festivities in San Fernando has endured much in her lifetime

'Daddy raped me'
A 38-YEAR-OLD father of four and his 31-year-old wife were detained by Caroni police yesterday following a report lodged with the police

Parents fed up with 3 Mayaro schools
Parents of pupils threatening to take protest action.

Rocketship debris found in Manzanilla

Murder in Laventille
RAPID gunfire rang out in Shouter Hill, Laventille heralding murder number 105 for the year as Marvin "Brad" Gift, 28, was cut down in a hail of bullets at his home, gunmen pretended to be police officers.

'He touched our private parts'
Primary school pupils report CEPEP worker

'Why I stole phone': teen writes essay for magistrate
A 16-year-old thief yesterday submitted an essay to the court outlining the reasons he stole a cellphone from his schoolmate.

$109,000 in fines handed down
THE State on Monday collected a total of $109,900 in fines from 32 persons who were arrested and charged over the weekend for drunk driving



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