I DID NOT SEE
Posted: Thursday, April 3, 2014
I DID NOT SEE
'Witness' in Sharma-Sacha Singh incident says she was focused on protecting her child:
Child's Mom Ready To Talk
Cops make progress in Sharma Assault Case
IS PASTOR KITTY ALIVE?
Police order DNA tests to be carried out to ascertain if the charred remains found in Lutchmansingh's burnt out house were really that of the controversial pastor.
Spotlight on Vindra's husband
RENNIE Coolman, husband of murdered chief executive officer Vindra Naipaul-Coolman, and his relationship with his stepdaughter
Tense moments on the stand
PM safe in Panama
Country had been temporarily put on a "tsunami watch"after a massive 8.2 magnitude earthquake shook nearby Chile on Tuesday night.
I didn't break any laws
Ramkhelawan defends controversial 659,588-share transaction:
Opposition wants tapes of Anil's alleged abuse at the hands of PNM
... "view and establish what actually transpired outside the precincts of the Parliament”.
Cops block pastor's cremation
Relatives question identity of remains...
Robbie getting better, may go home soon
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan said former president Arthur NR Robinson "was hanging in there, and he may go home soon”.
TT embassy's hands tied
Trinidad and Tobago's embassy in Venezuela has been denied access to eight Trinidadian Muslims held in a Caracas prison
Islamic Missionaries: Hold off on action
Mt Pleasant grieves as landlord chopped to death
Landlord James Morris, found chopped to death in his home.
Lutchmansingh's 'victims' may never get $$
THE businesspeople who self-professed billionaire pastor Vishnu Lutchmansingh allegedly swindled may never be able to recover their money.
Newspaper to pay Julien $.5m for libel
The Trinidad Express newspaper has been ordered to pay former University of T&T (UTT) president Ken Julien over $500,000 in damages for a series of libelous articles related to his role at the tertiary education institution.
Fish safe, or not safe to eat
Fish, crabs, oysters and shrimp caught off the North and East coasts of Trinidad are safe to eat
Aboud gives list of unsafe fish
Waliac, salmon, mullet, lippy, catfish, blinch, crapo, pompano, bouchet, taraut.
Fisherman, Aboud clash at Invaders Bay meeting
$19m clean-up bill for oil spill
IMA: Parasite link to dead fish
Preliminary findings of the tests conducted by the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) on mullet carcasses found on Carat Shed Beach, La Brea
Grouper, snapper on decline
The Western Central Atlantic Fishery Commission (WECAFC) has expressed concern about the "serious decline"or disappearance in the last two decades
Moves to get derelicts out of T&T waters
Minister of Transport Steven Cadiz has said the owner of 13 derelict vessels anchored off the coast at Chaguaramas will visit Trinidad this week to tell the Maritime Services Division (MSD) which of them can be scrapped.
Tewarie on rental for Science Ministry: $41m spent in 9 years for St James building
$1.2B spent on road improvements
Howai: CAL flops on London route
Boost for goat and sheep production
There are plans to boost local production of meat from goat and sheep by next year from 355 tonnes to 680 tonnes.
McLeod: Govt ready to help autistic kids
Acting Prime Minister Errol McLeod said the Government will continue to assist autistic children.
'Father of the Nation' award goes to author Michael Anthony
RENOWNED author and historian Michael Anthony will be honoured on Saturday by the Eric Williams Memorial Committee.
OSHA probes electrocution
THE electrocution of two workmen at a building in El Socorro last Monday is being investigated by the Occupational Safety and Health Authority (OSHA) of the Ministry of Labour
NGOs pushing politics, says AG
PH drivers getting out of hand—Cadiz
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