CURIOUS CASE OF UNSIGNED LETTER
Posted: Sunday, April 27, 2014
CURIOUS CASE OF UNSIGNED LETTER
Ex-solicitor general wouldn't confirm; AG: It's no conflict
AG: There is no conflict
'Daily Mail' readers react to Facebook beating
The issue of the controversial video of Helen Bartlett beating her 12-year-old daughter with a belt for posting sexually-explicit photos of herself on Facebook has been picked up by the London Daily Mail.
Deyalsingh: T&T can find middle ground to discipline kids
Secretary of the Association of Psychiatrists of T&T (APTT) Dr Varma Deyalsingh:
Rev Johnson: Distinct difference between discipline and abuse
There is a distinct difference between corporal punishment and abuse says Reverend Kevin Johnson
No laws against corporal punishment in T&T
The colonial mindset and the CCJ
Apparent contradiction of the Caribbean Court of Justice being advanced as an institution that will complete the cycle of our independence if implemented
Lucky: Bring on the PCA probe
Criminal probe into the leaking of two sensitive reports involving the operations of an unauthorised police unit called the New Flying Squad Investigative Unit (NFSIU).
'Will another female PM have control over her Cabinet?'
People in Trinidad and Tobago are concerned whether another female Prime Minister would have control of her Cabinet, said aspiring People's National Movement (PNM) political leader Pennelope Beckles-Robinson.
Ford: I did not confirm 7,000 voters were rejected from PNM list
Polluted water contaminating vegetables
...Chaguanas mayor: Stop using rivers as dumping grounds
La Brea MP, residents cry neglect
La Brea Member of Parliament Fitzgerald Jeffrey took part in a public march in his constituency yesterday to demand that state-owned Petrotrin provide medical attention to those affected by the oil spill for the next 25 years
Sacha makes her next move
...opens restaurant on Thursday at Piarco
Parents protest school closure
John Legend, Brandy jazz it up in Tobago
MORE than 10,000 patrons came out to World Music Night of the 2014 Tobago Jazz Experience at Pigeon Point Heritage Park in Tobago on Friday
Legend delivers at Tobago Jazz
Organisers apologise to Fay-Ann and Bunji
Bocas announces first Burt Award winners
The first winners of a unique literary award that will provide thousands of youth across the Caribbean region with access to exciting new titles were announced on Friday.
Writers on film
PM must investigate
Prison Officers Association:
Unsafe cells at PoS courts
Over 50 police officers in the Court and Process branch to seek the protection of and advice from the Police Social and Welfare Association
Two Venezuelans escape from 7-week kidnapping
Beaten, tortured and threatened by masked men armed with high-powered weapons and who made demands for money, weapons and drugs
Charred body found in rubble of burnt home
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the discovery of the charred remains of a human being found in the burnt rubble of a Diego Martin home yesterday morning.
SRPs told tattoos make them targets
While officers entering the T&T Police Service are prohibited from having visible tattoos, that should not discourage potential recruits from answering the call of duty to serve in an elite organisation
Toco police 'stretched thin'
The Toco Police Station is beset by a severe manpower shortage and residents fear that they are not as safe or well-protected from criminals who might take advantage of the situation.
THREE pensioners who are American citizens, were robbed at gun-point at their Marabella home on Friday evening by two gun-toting bandits.
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