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Posted: Wednesday, June 18, 2014

'Oh God! Why another child?'


Baby Christopher smothered to death
SIX-month-old baby boy Christopher Rambahan was smothered while being breast-fed by his mother on Sunday, an autopsy found yesterday.

Mayaro mom of two, hacked to death
A 23-YEAR-OLD security guard of Mayaro was hacked to death by her 29-year old common-law-husband in a neighbour's yard at St Anns

'Paper does not ensure safety'
A restraining order or order of protection is simply a document that requires a person to do, or to refrain from doing, certain acts.

Publishers and broadcasters: Govt must revise Cybercrime Bill

JSC to tackle law on campaign financing
Unanimous approval in Senate...

Bill seeks to have all deportees take DNA test
... winding up the debate on the Administration of Justice Bill in the House of Representatives at the International Waterfront Centre in Port of Spain on Monday.

Rowley: Calder Hart fiasco derailed PNM
He also promised that such level of corruption would not take place under his watch and declared it was his last term as Opposition Leader ...

...Ganga: This is deja vu
Minister of the Environment and Water Resources Ganga Singh has said SNC Lavalin received $2.5 billion contracts under the People's National Movement (PNM) government.

Be candid, but clean
COMMENTS by Congress of the People (COP) leadership candidate, Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan, have triggered a warning from party deputy chairman, Nicole Dyer-Griffith, that contenders are to conduct themselves carefully in the public eye.

'I almost died'
CONGRESS of the People (COP) Deputy Chairman Nicole Dyer-Griffith has endorsed incumbent COP Political Leader Prakash Ramadhar in his re-election bid

MP calls for independent investigation
Oil spill in La Brea

Devant reports two new text message 'threats' to police
Food Production Minister Devant Maharaj yesterday reported threats against him to the police.

Boundary changes coming for 2015 polls

Senate to debate rise in MPs retirement allowances
LEGISLATION to raise retirement allowances of MPs and to extend the provisions to Senators will be debated in the Senate next Tuesday.

Teachers want higher pensions too
The Judges Salaries and Pensions (Amendment) Bill, 2014 that was passed in Parliament on Friday last should be used as a standard which should be applied to all employees of the State, so says Davanand Sinanan

Iwer quits Soca Monarch
He said he "will not be defending any more second places".

Add soca to Grammy Awards
Ministry wooing US body

Sri Lankan on $1.9m fraud charge fined
A Sri Lankan national who created a fictitious bank account statement to try to secure a $1.9 million loan from another financial institution was yesterday fined $7,500.

Teachers, pupils staying away from 'Rio' school
Children breaking out in rashes

Stabbing survivor earns award for resilience
Twelve-year-old, Aaliyah Felming, who survived a knife attack from her mother, was awarded her school's trophy for resilience and commitment to her studies

Psychologist urges: Nurture black males or lose them

Life's purpose is not about girls, money, and music
Funeral service for cousins, 15-year-old Tevin 'Pops' Alexander, and 16-year-old, Hakeem Alexander.

Murder suspect died of heart attack
An autopsy performed on Monday on the body of Deon Malino has revealed that the 46-year-old man died as a result of a heart attack.

Death sentence for wife killer
TEN years after stabbing his wife to death at a maxi-stand in Princes Town, Shawn Marcelline was yesterday found guilty of her killing.

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