GIVE US POWER
Posted: Wednesday, May 28, 2014
GIVE US POWER
CHIEF of Defence Staff Major General Kenrick Maharaj is continuing to advocate legislative support for the Defence Force to engage in "independent operations" and to have the power to arrest.
PROBE RACIST PLACARDS
Rowley calls on acting Police Commissioner
Rowley to acting commissioner: Police must act on racist placards
Rowley wants police action on racial placard-bearers
No comment on video
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday refused any further comment on the controversial video recently aired on TV6 that features someone resembling a government minister
'$500m spent on learning tools'
$252.4 million on laptops and $250 million on textbooks.
Roberts' behaviour 'reason not to support legalising marijuana'
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley
PM: Life Sport will be better under Gary
Dottin: Pastors must be ready to die
SEVENTH Day Adventist Pastor and newspaper columnist Clive Dottin has told religious leaders that they must be prepared to die to make a difference to the crime situation in Trinidad and Tobago.
Man dies after discharging himself
No beds at Sando General
Stop your abusers
Minister of State in the Gender and Youth Affairs Ministry Raziah Ahmed wants women to stand up for themselves and stop allowing others to abuse, humiliate and violate them.
Kamla: All projects completed by 2015
... before the next general election, she said The University of the West Indies campus in Debe would be opened.
Govt scraps plan for new CLICO
...plan to go through with Atrius, the company it had incorporated last year to specifically acquire the $8 billion worth of profitable business from failed insurance giant CLICO.
PNM senators support Public Procurement Bill
But raise several concerns
Group: Govt not serious about AIDS
Appeal by 6 dismissed
Sentenced to life in $700m drug bust
Cadiz: Big drop in road deaths
22 per cent drop" in road fatalities between 2010 and 2013
CoP will target hotspots again
Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams yesterday announced a new strategic plan for the Police Service centering around a "hotspot policing" initiative which was piloted last year
State rests in millionaire couple's murder trial
Pathologist: Woman fought like an animal for her life
CRYSTAL Balcharan would have fought like an animal for her life as someone stabbed her at least 25 times to death over the weekend.
Funeral for Apparicio today
...officers of the Homicide Bureau of Investigations and the Professional Standards Bureau of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service are finalising their investigations.
Teen arrested for sex with girl, 12
A 17-year-old Point Fortin pupil has been arrested by police and charged with having sex with a 12-year-old girl.
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