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Deosaran returns
Posted: Thursday, April 24, 2014

'Public interest trumps confidentiality'
...says Daly on publication of documents in media

Rowley: Govt focusing on leak, not contents
Report of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) and the report of the Police Service on the Flying Squad.

Police to speak with landowner
...after trap gun killing

$28m technology centre in Penal by next month
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar is expected to open the $28 million Metal Industries Company (MIC) Institute of Technology in her constituency

Deosaran returns
NOTED criminologist Professor Ramesh Deosaran will return as chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC)

Ministry: 90 schools repaired

'Blame the Ministry'
THE Education Ministry must take blame for last month's incident at Mayaro Government Primary School where eight female students were sexually assaulted by a man on the compound

Baby Simeon probe starting today
The probe into the death of baby Simeon, whose head was sliced into during Caesarean surgery, will begin today.

Cops probing sex charges against 3 MPs

Son of ex-HDC head Noel Garcia slain
The 30-year-old son of Noel Garcia, former general manager of the Hou­sing Development Corporation (HDC), was shot and killed yesterday afternoon in Cumuto.

Concerns over 'beggar' children at Siparia festival

Cops find woman's body in Caura
The decomposing body of a woman was recovered down a precipice in Caura yesterday morning.

EOC fines employer $135,000 in first-of-its-kind ruling
ailing to provide certain information to the Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) after a complaint was filed against him in the Port of Spain Magistrates' Court by the commission.

Food cards stolen
OVER 200 Food Cards valued at more than $300,000 were stolen from a safe at the Ministry of the People's St Vincent Street, Port-of-Spain office

Mom who beat 12-year-old daughter on Facebook will do anything to set her child right ...Girl says sorry for bringing shame to family


PM on Facebook beating of girl, 12: Abuse must be stopped

Girl in Facebook beating apologises to mom: I know you love me dearly
The mother who was featured in a Facebook video beating her 12-year-old daughter with a belt while using obscene language says she does not regret her actions.

Act of love could cost mom

'Govt to look at laws to protect children at home'

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