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Posted: Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Attorney General Anand Ramlogan yesterday said the report on baby Simeon will be referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) to determine any criminal culpability


Mom cheated by system—AG

Mother gets report...pleased with Ramlogan's recommendations
QUELLY Ann Cottle, the mother of baby Simeon, said yesterday she is only now happy with the manner in which her baby's death is being handled.

2 more leave First Citizens board
Two members of the First Citizens board of directors, John Tang Nian and Anthony Mohammed, have resigned.

Anil should step down
Carolyn, Douglas disagree with Prakash:

Come clean on CLICO assets
The People's National Movement is calling on Government, Finance Minister Larry Howai and Central Bank Governor Jwala Rambarran to come clean on the disposal of CL Financial assets

Govt gets HCU bill through House
... legislation was needed to ensure depositors in the now disbanded Hindu Credit Union would be able to receive $75,000 in cash and those with shares over that figure will also be paid via bonds.

Retired judges grateful for increased pensions

Utilities challenges hold up new Beetham overpass
SEVERAL issues relating to utility lines have delayed work on a new overpass at Beetham Highway in the vicinity of Sea Lots

Baby dies after being breast-fed

Black-on-black killings
Chairman of the Emancipation Committee Khafra Kambon wants an analysis done on the fatal shootings of mainly black youths by black youths and the fatal shootings of black youths by the police.

George: Contract for phone jammers in two weeks
The contract for a supplier of cell phone jammers and body scanners in prisons is expected to be awarded in two weeks, says Justice Minister Emmanuel George.

Mother hits slow probe into son's death
PASTOR Wendy Apparicio, mother of Joel Apparicio, 31, who was shot and killed in San Juan by a police officer on March 22

Cops probe death of man in sex act
The death of a 64-year-old man is being investigated by the Homicide Bureau after his shirtlesss body was found with a belt tied around his neck and his hands tied behind his back.

Deadly love triangle
A LOVE triangle involving two male prisons officers and a female prisons officer had a deadly ending when one officer stabbed the other to death

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