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Posted: Wednesday, April 23, 2014

THE war of words between Attorney General Anand Ramlogan and Police Complaints Authority (PCA) director Gillian Lucky continued yesterday

Lucky: PCA report not confidential
The report of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) into the New Flying Squad Investigative Unit was not a confidential document.

Anand insists report leaked
CoP, integrity body must probe Flying Squad

Grieving mom donates kidneys of murdered son to save patients in need

Debate starts over public scolding
Mom's Facebook licking of child goes viral

Minister slams online video of mom beating girl
Minister of State in the Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child Development Raziah Ahmed yesterday condemned the posting of a video on Facebook

'Widespread disregard for rules in T&T'
Project launched to 'put health and safety first'

Aviation Authority: We have no report on Ramadharsingh issue
Regarding claims of a possible breach of the Civil Aviation Act by fired minister of the people and social development Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh aboard a domestic flight

PoS sanitation workers protest
"OVERTIME payment is not a right,"Port of Spain Deputy Mayor Keron Valentine said when asked about a protest yesterday by Port of Spain sanitation workers.

Venezuelan coast guard joins search for drowned Penal man
Ongoing search for missing bus driver, Alex Sookhoo, who is believed to have drowned 11 days ago off Cedros.

Autopsy: Baby Akielah choked on her vomit
Three-month-old baby Akielah Yolanda Gill died as a result of asphyxiation from choking on her own vomit.

Policeman who fired shots in Caura released pending enquiries

Female pupils 'attacked by CEPEP worker': Parents protest poor security
THE few pupils of the Mayaro Government Primary School arriving for classes on the first day of the new school term yesterday, were greeted with protesting parents at the gates.

43 motorists fined $138,500 for Easter drunk driving
Magistrate Rehanna Hosein suspended three of them from driving for a period of three years because they had been previously so convicted and fined.

Woman, baby miss deadly shooting
... when they left a parlour in Cap-de-Ville five minutes before the children's father was gunned down inside the parlour

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