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Posted: Thursday, May 15, 2014

My Heart is Broken
The love I have for him I did not want to share with any other boy child

...Concerns over grandfather’s mental state
The grandfather of infant Jaedon Cudjoe, who was found dead in the back seat of his car on Tuesday, has been detained at the Penal Police Station since the night of the tragedy.

Sunday marks two weeks since the murder of Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal and her eldest sister, Rosie, is losing hope that the police will ever find her killers.

Immigration office reopens: but only until noon
Duke: Security minister promises to move employees by June

She knew she didn't have our support
Howai on former First Citizens chairman:

Govt to spend $1.5b on Campus Building house the Ministry of Legal Affairs, along with the Inland Revenue and Customs departments

COSTAATT campus moving from PoS to Chaguanas

PCA, police start probes
Residents continue protest of Diego killing

Embassy: We made every effort to ensure their well-being
Trinidadian Imams detained in Venezuela

WinTV distances itself from Bhosle concert
The Asha Bhosle concert controversy has deepened with WinTV, which had advertised the event, distancing itself from the concert and threatening to sue the promoters

WP/Inspector on child-neglect charge
The charges against the police officer arose from an allegation that she locked the girl out of an Embacadere, San Fernando, house on two occasions

Penny's husband's name not on list

New trial for man on $8m cocaine charge
Hung jury

Prisoner threatens magistrates' lives
Princes Town police jumped into alert mode yesterday after an anonymous male caller telephoned the Princes Town Magistrates Court's main phone line at 1.30 pm

Teen baffles magistrate
JUST what a 15-year-old schoolboy could be talking about for four hours on his cell phone, under a tree in the dark of night

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