Posted: Saturday, May 3, 2014
CJ reveals at funeral: Former president agonised till the very last minute over selection of a PM
Public viewing today in Tobago
ICC president lauds 'grandfather' of world court
Arthur NR Robinson was yesterday eulogised as "the grandfather of the International Criminal Court," by President of the ICC, Judge Sang-Hyun Song.
...Pupils witness 'historic event'
State Ecumenical Service in Robinson's honour at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA) in Port of Spain.
'Burial plot being considered as heritage site'
Vice-Chief of Defence Staff Brigadier General Anthony WJ Phillips Spencer said all efforts are being made to have Arthur NR Robinson's burial plot preserved as a heritage site.
Devant: Fisheries will not be evicted from Chaguaramas
Caribbean Fisheries Training and Development Institute (CFTDI) would not be evicted from its Chaguaramas base today, despite claims that an eviction notice has been received from the Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA) giving that deadline date.
Bush fires blaze in Diego Martin, St Ann's
THREATENING bush fires in the St Ann's, La Horquette, Diego Martin and Goodwood Park areas kept fire fighters on the job for hours yesterday before the blazes were brought under control.
Judge: Baby X's welfare should be of importance
THE WELFARE of Baby X, the child at the centre of a custody battle between her foster parents and the Adoption Board of Trinidad and Tobago
Runaways back at St Michael's home
Three killed in 15 hours
Three brutal murders committed, pushing the murder toll for the year so far to 153-35 more than last year at the same time.
'Suspect shot dead trying to stab police during chase'
A man who tried to stab a police officer was shot dead in Claxton Bay yesterday.
Driver on cocaine charge
TWENTY-SIX-YEAR-OLD Anil Maharaj of Sangre Grande has been held for possession of $330,000 worth of cocaine with the purpose of trafficking.
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