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Posted: Friday, June 6, 2014

Morvant residents in fiery protest after cops kill 21-year-old man

24th police killing for 2014 sparks fiery protest, as Morvant residents call for quick justice

Police shooting under probe after Morvant protest

...Police defend action: It may have saved minister's life

A mother's life is now under threat following the murders of her two young sons, nine and 15 years old

TSTT records $505m loss
State-controlled Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) has recorded a loss of more than half-a-billion dollars for its financial year ended March 31, 2014.

$13 million for courts upgrade
CABINET yesterday approved a sum of $13 million to undertake emergency upgrade works on several courts in the country.

Privy Council next for Sec 34
THE Privy Council in London will be the final adjudicator in the case involving businessmen Steve Ferguson, Ameer Edoo and three companies

Businessmen have 3 months to forward documents
Businessmen Steve Ferguson and Ameer Edoo have three months in which to submit their documentation to the Privy Council.

Mixed reviews for San Fernando West MP
MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT for San Fernando West, Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan has got mixed reviews from her constituents regarding her performance in the electoral district

4-way race for COP leader
TODAY is nomination day for the Congress of the People (COP) internal election for the post of political leader

Tourism Minister denies resigning over recording
Tourism Minister Gerald Hadeed is denying rumours he tendered his resignation to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar this week after the leak of an audio recording in which government ministers were accused of being corrupt.

47 years ago: The 'Express' in 1967

Preliminary enquires soon to be abolished
ATTORNEY General Anand Ramlogan will be piloting in the Lower House today a bill aimed at abolishing preliminary enquiries.

Police shake-up
Immediate transfer of several senior police officers

Squatters get comfort papers
First step on the way to getting deed of lease

De Coteau: Children's Register being fast-tracked
Truancy officers need to be in place urgently in risky situations to monitor children, and to ensure they attend schools

Minister: New mapping system to locate children at all times

Pupils to learn about sex in class
...from September

'Internet the good, bad and ugly'
The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) will be partnering with the University of the West Indies (UWI) to launch a sensitisation

Snake in ceiling at popular City Gate coffee house
Snake handlers from the Emperor Valley Zoo were called in to the Rituals City Gate branch on Wednesday after a snake, with the description of an Epicrates cenchria or Rainbow Boa]

Video gives cops an edge
As families continue to call for justice for murder victims in south Trinidad, the Southern Homicide Bureau came one step closer to solving at least one murder.

Man killed near his home
A LAVENTILLE man was killed yesterday morning after being shot several times as he stood near his home talking to friends.

Mom, teen charged
... with armed robbery stemming from an incident in which a man was shot dead by the proprietor of a bar in Tabaquite.

'I smoke ganja when I dig graves'
RAVI NAGOO yesterday told a magistrate that far from it being illegal, he smoked marijuana out of necessity

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