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Posted: Tuesday, August 19, 2014

California judge grants subpoena on Google as part of Integrity Commission investigation into the Section 34 "email" conspiracy


US judge backs Integrity body against Google

PM: No Indian takeover
The controversial run-off provision of the Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014 will not allow Indians to take over the country

Only one voice against the bill
Debate at UWI seminar

T&TEC: Practise safety
Boy suffers electrical shock

Minister assures witnesses safe
Observing that there is a difference between being a State witness and being under witness protection, Minister of National Security, Gary Griffith yesterday defended the integrity of this country's witness protection programme.

Gary wants $$ to fight crime
If National Security Minister, Gary Griffith, has his way, the 2014 - 2015 budget will include allocations for the implementation of "proper policies (and) proper assets to facilitate law enforcement officials'

Govt spends $7.5m on bulletproof vests

More prisons officers carrying guns
MORE firearms licences are being granted to prisons officers, Justice Minister Emmanuel George disclosed yesterday.

Ministry launches Health Services Accreditation Programme

I can't make guarantees
Alfred Galy, the businessman who has bought Greyfriars Church of Scotland in Port-of-Spain for an undisclosed amount, says he bought it for its "sentimental value"

Mom fined for smoking in bar
It seemed unusual that a woman and man caught smoking cigarettes at a bar in Marabella, were brought to court yesterday in handcuffs for violating the no-smoking law.

UWI security contract stopped
THE alleged rape of a security officer by one of her male colleagues is believed to have prompted the termination of the contract of a private security firm that secured the campus

TCL loses court bid
...Judge gives shareholders' meeting 'green light'

Judiciary orders staff: Get back to work
STAFF at the San Fernando Magistrates' Court have been ordered by the Judiciary to return to work.

Another quarry worker murdered
Another National Quarry worker was shot and killed yesterday afternoon while he was tending to a plot of land.

14 suspected trafficking victims detained
The Counter Trafficking Unit (CTU) has advised that human trafficking is a serious crime and should be reported.

$.3m bail for ex-Windies cricketer on incest charge
It is against the law to identify a victim of a sexual crime and since this is a case of alleged incest identifying the person charged can lead to the girl being identified.

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