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Posted: Tuesday, April 29, 2014

FORMER Solicitor-General (SG) Eleanor Donaldson-Honeywell is making it crystal clear that she never withdrew her call for an investigation into matters involving lawyers engaged in prison litigation

Ex-solicitor general breaks silence on call for probe into unethical lawyers...

Ex-solicitor general on collusion claims: Probe must go on

$350,000 bail for WPC on 100 charges
A PORT OF SPAIN magistrate spent over an hour yesterday morning reading the 100 charges levelled against a woman police constable for a series of fraud related matters that stemmed from 2009 to this year.

Dispute over land use at San Fernando Hill
Investigations continue into whether a private developer has encroached on the San Fernando Hill, one of the nation's heritage sites

Traffic restrictions in PoS for ANR funeral
Roads in Port of Spain will be temporarily closed for three days this week to facilitate the funeral of former president Arthur Napolean Raymond Robinson.

The eyes of the world will be on us
Defence Force: Zero tolerance for indiscipline...

Penny in Rowley hometown
...mixed the business of campaigning in Tobago with the pleasures of the island's annual jazz festival.

Montano: Don't vote PNM under Rowley

India expo boss: I am not leaving
FESTIVAL of India manager Amit Alagh has no intentions of packing up and fleeing this country, following an arson attack that destroyed his business last week.

OSHA week marked by protests
The Oilfields' Workers Trade Union (OWTU) and the Communications Workers' Union (CWU) staged a noisy protest to highlight critical occupational, health and safety violations at Queen's Hall, St Ann's, yesterday.

Rennie: I got less than 50%
ALTHOUGH he was legally entitled to 50 percent of his late wife's estate, Rennie Coolman, husband of murdered Chaguanas businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman, received substantially less after her death

Re-Routers await court's decision today

Couples enjoy jazz festival finale

Massive drop in serious crime
Griffith tells regional commissioners:

Driver suspected of hanging himself after hitting man, child
A GASPARILLO fabricator who allegedly struck a father and daughter with his car on Sunday is believed by police to have hanged himself from a billboard along the Solomon Hochoy Highway.

Shooting spree in Laventille
4 gunmen injure boy, 3, woman

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