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Cops not taking PCA seriously
Posted: Thursday, June 12, 2014

Cops not taking PCA seriously
Lucky angry at lack of help on killings...

...PCA head gives update on police killings

Lucky: Cops to get body cameras by September

PM denies rumour of Anil's sacking
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar: "I am still awaiting the report, the rumours are not true."

THERE IS to be swift action to recover the $34 million paid to a contractor in the Life Sport programme for work that was never delivered.

Howai on Life Sport audit: Probers need more time
Decisions will be made on the basis of the Finance Ministry's audit of the Life Sport programme, expected to be completed in another three weeks or so

Police seize gun, ammo: teen 'LifeSport member' held
A 16-year-old boy said to be a LifeSport programme participant has been detained by police following the seizure of a gun and ammunition.

Trinis love Brazil
The 2014 World Cup bug was alive in downtown Port of Spain yesterday evening, as football fans were high in anticipation of today’s opening fixture between host country Brazil and Croatia.

Hakeem, Tevin not so innocent, says resident
A Morvant man has come forward claiming teenage cousins Hakeem and Tevin Alexander were not as innocent as they seem and were robbing people.

Tewarie: Big thief, small thief in TT
... and a culture of compliance requires enforcement and a cultural transformation, Planning Minister Dr Bhoe Tewarie said yesterday.

PM gives order against criminals: Unleash the dogs of war
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said yesterday she had given an order to "unleash the dogs of war" against criminals

PSs get six weeks to deal with issues over accounting
Finance Minister Larry Howai has given all ministerial permanent secretaries until July 31 to explain and resolve issues of malpractice and lack of accountability raised by Auditor General Sharman Ottley.

Juliana on Argentina friendly: I was promoting T&T
Embattled permanent secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Juliana Johan-Boodram, is defending a recent four-day trip to Argentina

Don't attack police
Concerned PM urges citizens:

Sparrow blessed with top award
SLINGER Francisco, "The Mighty Sparrow", was yesterday presented with the nation's highest honour, the Order of the Republic Of Trinidad and Tobago

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