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TV6 News shows video of 'Minister' with ganja
Posted: Thursday, May 22, 2014

TV6 News shows video of 'Minister' with ganja

Man who looks like Govt minister captured on video smoking ganja

... when she and her mother got caught in the middle of a shooting incident on a street in Carenage on Tuesday night.

Girl, 4, shot in drive-by

Volney' s confession sparks mass cynicism
Scepticism over about-turn on Section 34:

Fired justice minister laughs off $3.2m claim
Response of former minister Herbert Volney yesterday to speculation that he was paid handsomely for his public admission of guilt...

AG can't wash hands of Section 34

Gunman killed after shooting cop
A Carapichaima man who shot a police officer was killed by police yesterday.

Cops complete probe into claims against Sharma
Investigations into allegations against Glenn, Delmon still ongoing

Al-Rawi gets most PNM votes

Towards new development in the Caribbean

IC investigates ex PM
THE Integrity Commission (IC) is still investigating two complaints of corruption against a former Prime Minister in respect to an agreement entered into with the Jamaat al Muslimeen.

Documentary made on corruption, drugs and murder in T&T
A 20-minute documentary focusing on this country's crime scourge has gone viral on social media networking sites.

Gary knocks US video on crime in T&T

Over $3m approved for repairs
... to the Calder Hall Administrative Building, and in particular the central air-conditioning unit.

EMA guarded on dangers of landfill fire

200 sex crimes in 3 months
GENDER, Youth and Child Development Minister Clifton De Coteau yesterday said the Police Service's Victims and Witness Support Unit recorded over 200 reports of incest, rape and sexual abuse

Poor can't pay for lawyers
The Legal Aid and Advisory Authority is moving to set up a public defenders department to meet the needs of its clients in-house

MP: Criminals are migrating to Central

Grenadian traders protest at Port
Produce traders from Grenada yesterday staged a protest at the Port of Port of Spain, calling for compensation after they were denied access to their goods at the facility.

OWTU march gets green light

Warrant issued for Ghouralal's re-arrest
... who was acquitted months ago on the charge of murdering eight-year-old Daniel Guerra.

5 arrested, illegal diesel seized Man drowns
FIVE Venezuelans were detained by Eastern Division Police yesterday after a boat on which they were travelling developed engine problems

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