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Posted: Monday, April 14, 2014

No one knows what possessed Barry Karamath, 33, to kill his two young children - three- year-old Keanna Mayers and her ten-month-old brother, Omari

Murder and suicide in Matura and Valencia

Dad kills toddlers

Killer dad was 'abusive'

Couple gunned down at fruit stall in Valencia

Double murder in Valencia

Home can be the most dangerous place—UN study
Home can be a dangerous place for a woman, and even children, says Jean-Luc Lemahieu, Director for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

'Flying squad' report left in my mailbox
Al-Rawi responds to call from PCA:

'First Citizens board must go too'
MINORITY Shareholders Advocate Peter Permell has called on the Board of First Citizens (FC) to follow the "honourable” lead of Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange chairman, Subhas Ramkhelawan

Artefacts, but no Sando museum
From CLR James casket handles to infamous cannon...

Penny ready for debate against Rowley

Oil and gas to fuel economy into 2025

Mahabir-Wyatt: No need to probe St Michael's over Brandon's death
Chairman of the Child Protection Task Force Diana Mahabir-Wyatt:

Hart: I will return when requested
Former Urban Development Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago (UDeCOTT) executive chairman Calder Hart says he will return to Trinidad when the High Court requests his presence.

Gordon: IC will continue battle against corruption
The following are remarks made by Integrity Commission chairman Ken Gordon in the foreword of the 26th Annual Report of The Integrity Commission.

New laws for old-age homes

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