Posted: Saturday, May 17, 2014
DEPUTY Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Joan Honore Paul yesterday instructed police to formally charge Winston Cudjoe with manslaughter in the death of his grandson Jaedon Cudjoe, 17 months
Citizens flee PoS; Govt dispels rumours as malicious
Govt: No coup plot
Rumours ‘stemmed from prank phone call’
...A sign people losing confidence, says DOMA head
Rumours of a coup d’etat are a sign citizens are losing faith and confidence in the security situation in the country
SWMCOL monitors landfill after fire
The fire that started at the Beetham Landfill yesterday morning was, by late afternoon, extinguished and being monitored by the Trinidad and Tobago Solid Waste Management Company (SWMCOL).
Smoke from landfill blankets PoS
$22.5M drug bust in Maracas Bay
MARIJUANA and cocaine with a street value of $500,000 and $22 million respectively, were seized by police from a vehicle which the officers came across near Maracas Bay during the early morning hours yesterday.
Broken main affects thousands
98,000 people in North East Trinidad suffered a disruption in their water supply as a result of a main which ruptured around 9 p.m. on Thursday.
‘I’m being threatened to move’
Highway extension dispute
‘New method for choosing CoP’
Moonilal: System too complicated
Final PNM voters list due today
Cash rewards can corrupt cops
Leader of the Opposition Dr Keith Rowley is not supportive of suggestions about policemen getting rewards for murder
Jack: Offering $$ to police absurd
Bunji signs with two record firms on 'Differentology'
Jack: TTFA has 14 days to pay
Former T&T international goalkeeper, Kelvin Jack, one of 13 players owed payments by the T&T Football Association (TTFA) by virtue of a court order, has given a two-week notice to the local governing body to settle the dispute.
Rainbow flag flies against homophobia
Union Jack lowered for one day
Diego residents block road again
Protests continue against police shooting in Bagatelle...
Ex-cop shot on Nelson St
A former police constable is currently at Port of Spain General Hospital in a critical condition after he was shot several times about his body early yesterday morning.
Nelson Street protest
Residents vented their anger following reports that two persons one of whom is a woman, were shot earlier in the evening by police.
6 oyster vendors fined $36,000
A CHAGUANAS Magistrate yesterday fined six oyster vendors, among them a father who last October served a jail term for hunting this country's National Bird (the Scarlet Ibis), a total of $36,000 for entering a prohibited area.
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