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Posted: Friday, June 20, 2014

Salaries Review Commission meets on big increases for judges, MPs

Early yesterday morning three men were involved in a shootout with police officers from the North Eastern Division Task Force.

Roget wants members to march to PM's Office
President-general of the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union Ancel Roget yesterday called on trade union members to assemble in Port of Spain in one week for a march to the Office of the Prime Minister.

Ancel declares war on Mc Leod

Bharath takes Rowley to task on Udecott corruption talk
Communications Minister Vasant Bharath has dismissed Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley's claims that he acted decisively on allegations of corruption and mismanagement in the Urban Development Corporation of T&T (Udecott)

Two held with crocus bag of spent shells
Two scrap-iron scavengers are now in police custody after being arrested with thousands of rounds of spent ammunition shells on Wednesday evening.

Police audit coming
William (Bill) Bratton, New York Commissioner of Police is to be contracted through his private company The Bratton Group to do a complete audit of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS)

Cop 'heroes' commended
Seventeen police officers from the Western Division, Port-of-Spain and the K9 branch in the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service have been commended on their performance

Prosperity for all, PM says in Labour Day message

Over $5b
Tobago budget to be unveiled on Monday

Griffith seeks media input on Cybercrime Bill
Minister of National Security Gary Griffith has invited the various bodies representing the media fraternity, including the Trinidad and Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association (TTPBA) and the Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago (MATT)...

Guiana stamp sold for US$9.5m

Trauma specialist: Country cold and uncaring
The country has become a "very cold and uncaring one" as children continue to die tragically.

'Protect children from gangs'
This country is greatly lacking in its mechanisms to protect children from the risks of gangs and gang violence...

Teacher in court for assault
A 44-YEAR-old Williamsville school teacher who allegedly touched a 16-year-old schoolboy's private parts in Rio Claro is expected to appear in court on Monday.

'Ganja salesman' escapes but drops samples
Quick response by police of a report that a strange man was carrying a bag on his shoulder in the wee hours of yesterday morning, led to the discovery of a variety of marijuana, weighing scales and packaging materials

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