Posted: Thursday, July 24, 2014
AN ANGRY Jamaat al Muslimeen leader Imam Yasin Abu Bakr yesterday threatened Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams and National Security Minister Gary Griffith
...Rajaee Ali among 18 detained
Teen, pensioner infected
Mosquitoes are now carrying the potentially deadly chikungunya virus in T&T and already two people have been tested positive in Arima and Diego Martin
Five confirmed cases of chikungunya virus in T&T
Gender Ministry: Boys of St Michael's School to be sent home
'Anil never at ministers' meetings'
Griffith: Caucus agreed to T&T Red Steel name...
Govt gave away 100 acres of prime land
Rowley: Ex-COP candidate benefiting without Cabinet approval...
Rowley takes issue with 'comfort police':
$160m for Carenage, Diego health centres
No charges against Sharma
DPP: He acted in self-defence
'Express' writer takes to PNM platform
'Anti-nonsense' Rambharat pushed to speak out over LifeSport programme
Gary: No need to worry, Piarco coming up to scratch
National Security Minister, Gary Griffith, is assuring the nation there is no need to worry about the United Kingdom implementing visa restrictions for Trinidad and Tobago nationals
Teachers on SEA exam: Gopeesingh under pressure to keep it
Ministry battles locusts in Chatham
Intense spraying and defogging has begun in Chatham as the Food Production Ministry battles swarms of locusts that have been ravaging crops, fruit trees and vegetation in the area over the past few days.
DNA may have been lost
Gloves found in La Puerta left on police station shelf for a year before testing
Penal nightclub workers under probe for human trafficking
Minister: Too many young people in prison
Minister of Justice Emmanuel George:
Minister: Brown playing politics
National Security Minister Gary Griffith said yesterday retired Brig Gen Ralph Brown had a political agenda when he came out and described soldier patrols in Laventille as illegal.
Rowley: Police Service headless
'That's why soldiers pushed them aside'
'Regiment here to stay in Laventille'
Colonel Rodney Smart, who leads the Trinidad and Tobago Regiment, yesterday strengthened the resolve of his troops to remain in Laventille...
Griffith: Laventille now safest in years
Concerns raised over EHS response in high-risk areas
insistence of EHS workers not to go to high-risk areas without a police escort had led to the untimely death of an elderly Port-of-Spain woman.
Diego man, 33, shot dead
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 33-year-old Valentine Raymond who was gunned down along the Morne Coco Road, Diego Martin yesterday afternoon.
Woman shot in face
A 39-year-old woman is currently a patient at the Port of Spain General Hospital after she was shot in the face following an incident at her Petit Valley home on Wednesday.
ESC wants probe into Detention Centre
Alleged violent attacks by police on inmates at the Immigration Detention Centre in Aripo
Schoolboys plead guilty to stealing $30,000
A San Fernando attorney as he accused the minister of not providing sporting gear for students.
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