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Posted: Monday, August 18, 2014

... effective immediately the police will do random checks at all private security firms and other law enforcement agencies to ensure that all weapons are accounted for.

Govt says Law Association is entitled to give its view, but it is going ahead with Senate debate

PNM, Ramesh to appeal in court
The People's National Movement (PNM) will mount a legal challenge against the Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014, former Senator Fitzgerald Hinds said yesterday

Moonilal on Senate runoff protests: We'll listen to valid concerns

Speaker meets PP on e-mail lobby
...will address an e-mail Hamel-Smith was reported to have issued urging certain people and organisations to mount a lobby to have the bill referred to a special Parliamentary JSC team for more consultations.

Constituents burn Lincoln Douglas 'bobolee'
... who voted in support of the Constitutional (Amendment) Bill (2014).

Warner: Life Sport audit a sham

Police bracing for further quarry war violence
Eastern police officers are bracing themselves for an increase in violence among legal and illegal quarry operators at Matura and environs.

National Quarry employee shot dead
A 36-year-old National Quarry employee of Gilkes Street, Sangre Grande died instantly when he was sprayed with bullets by a lone gunman last Friday evening

Shamika's CSEC super software
A DESIRE to win the war of the "digital divide" is the reason behind establishing the computer mathematics software which blind student Shamika Henry used which saw her securing a Grade 1 in Mathematics

The mysteries of the Coora Estate

Mom saves son from electrocution

'Children have no sense of history'
Cultural activist Pearl Eintou Springer has said there was an urgent need to teach History in the nation's schools in order for children and young people to develop a sense of identity.

Struggles, hopes and efforts in John John
Athaliah Samuel: Much more than just a pretty face

Defence Force launches five-year human resource initiative
..."the plan focuses on re-engineering the human resource functions of the Force to overcome the HR challenges being experienced in the organisation."

Big crime drop in 2013
In 2013, this country experienced the lowest number of serious reported crimes (SRC) in 29 years

T&T-based woman wants extradition
Five years after her son-in-law allegedly attempted to kill her, a Trinidad-based Guyanese woman has managed to track the man to Guyana, from where she is hoping he will be extradited to stand trial

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