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Posted: Sunday, June 15, 2014

Over 500 persons are awaiting trial for murder in Trinidad and Tobago, and with approximately seven years for an indictable matter to go to trial

Poor post-injury care
Report paints grim picture of Baby Simeon's death...

Report into baby Simeon's death:

More $$ for judges, parliamentarians
Two pension bills passed

Payments for former MPs

...Providing for outstanding citizens, says Moonilal
The Judges Salaries and Pensions Amendment Bill and the Retiring Allowances Legislative Service Bill, 2014:

Seeterram's $m investments
Chanka Seeterram, the father of First Citizens deputy chairman Anil Seeterram (now acting chairman), purchased 458,274 shares during the bank's Initial Public Offering (IPO) at the end of July, 2013.

Ministry officials, cop fingered in quarrying racket
TWO Ministry of Energy officials and a police inspector have been allegedly identified in connection with a multi-million dollar illegal quarrying racket in the Melajo Forest, Matura.

COP debates start Tuesday
Plans are well on stream for this week's launch of the Congress of the People (COP)'s internal election debate series

Call for senators to support public procurement bill
PRESIDENT of the Joint Consultative Council for the construction industry, Afra Raymond?:

London: THA being undermined
Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Orville London has expressed concerns that Minister of Tobago Development Delmon Baker was undermining the assembly's autonomy by "setting up a parallel THA."

Medical institutions advised to improve customer service
PATIENTS accessing medical care at public institutions can expect better customer service from employees.

Kenneth Suratt He leads the blind

Girl, 11, found hanging from clothes line
Family traumatised as ...

Archie: Abolish preliminary enquiries and jury trials
There are currently more than 500 pending murder trials in this country, Chief Justice Ivor Archie said yesterday.

Henderson takes no-pay leave to join ICC
Justice Geoffrey Henderson did not demit office before taking up his position at the International Criminal Court (ICC)

Griffith: Not trying to muzzle the media
Minister of National Security Gary Griffith said yesterday he wanted to clarify that the Cybercrime Bill, 2014 tabled in Parliament

Bandit shot by police found dead
A MAN who was shot by police but escaped capture after carrying out a robbery in Belmont was found dead hours later in a cemetery in the area on Friday evening.

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