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Posted: Monday, June 9, 2014

PCA chief 'very concerned' about police killings

'Cops must act in self-defence'
Police Service Social and Welfare Association secretary Michael Seales:

Dumas calls for disciplinary action
Head of the Public Service and Permanent Secretary to the Office of the Prime Minister Reynold Cooper is expected to take action today in the matter against Permanent Secretary of the Tourism Ministry Juliana Johan-Boodram...

DPP clears PM, AG of wrongdoing
Dhansam Dhansook debacle.

Carolyn 'confused' over year-old letter
Circulation via email and social media of a resignation letter dated May 2013, from a former assistant field officer at her San Fernando West constituency office

Lyndira to lead ILP
FORMER Senate Vice-President Lyndira Oudit will be the first permanent political leader of the year-old Independent Liberal Party (ILP).

ILP slate unopposed
A slate submitted by Independent Liberal Party (ILP) leader, Jack Warner, for that party's internal elections has gone unopposed, casting uncertainty on whether the polls will open on June 29 as planned.

Warner opts out ILP political leader race

Fuad: COSTAATT taking too long with nurses
... as students are forced into a curriculum filled with courses that have no connection to health.

Activist submits $.9m proposal to watch the media

Mix-up over criminal records of Trini detained in Venezuela
Error in translation

Car rams house
Pregnant woman, husband injured

Cyclists want safe zone on road

Day the trains stopped
Signal man Paul David remembers shedding tears...

Govt wants to cut carbon emissions
WORK on the Carbon Reduction Strategy initiative will be completed by September 2015

Tougher penalties coming for illegal mining
THE Ministry of Energy yesterday warned of increased penalties for illegal mining and the purchase of illegal aggregate in a full-page newspaper advertisement.

Fleas, rats infest Matelot Police Station
POLICE officers assigned to the Matelot Police Station say the temporary facility is infested with fleas and rats.

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