COPS KILL 3
Posted: Thursday, August 21, 2014
COPS KILL 3
Central Trinidad is proving to be a deadly hideout for criminals as three more men, not from the area, were felled in a gun blazing confrontation with police in Freeport on Tuesday night
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Mom admits son's bad company led to his death
...Senator: Compensate crime victims with seized $$
Independent Senator Dr Dhanayshar Mahabir. Mahabir:
FIU staff to be increased by 10
CABINET has approved an increase in the staff of the Financial Intelligence Unit by ten, Minister of Finance and the Economy
'Money launderers will be caught'
Miscellaneous Provisions bill passed
PNM 'very sceptical' of money-laundering bill
Crime Anti-Terrorism, Financial Intelligence Unit of Trinidad and Tobago) (No. 2) Bill, 2014
...21 categories of crime
The Miscellaneous Provisions (Proceeds of Crime, Anti-Terrorism, Financial Intelligence Unit of Trinidad and Tobago) (No 2) Bill 2014 primarily targets money laundering, but lists 21 categories of crime
Tewarie: Organised crime big business
TCL chief executive suspended
...new directors want performance review
...'Resignations example of shareholder democracy'
Nine TTPost bosses quit
There have been nine significant resignations at TT Post over the past few months, with the latest three happening last week.
Young multimillionaire to visit T&T
Multimillionaire Suhas Gopinath, 27, CEO and founder of Global Inc, along with Frans Johansson, CEO of the Medici Group, will be visiting Trinidad and Tobago in October
T&T's institutional framework shamefully weak, says Balgobin
In the Senate
Govt looking at alcohol policy
Marketing and advertising to be reviewed
Life Sport probers visit 2nd ministry
Police on Tuesday interviewed several people at the Ministry of Sport as investigations into the recently shutdown Life Sport programme continued.
Health workers threaten to stay away over Ebola
Two weeks after the Ministry of Health assured all systems were in place to deal with any Ebola cases coming into T&T, health workers are now threatening to withhold their services
Ebola scares at airport
Khan: No confirmation of 66 Chikungunya cases
There is no confirmation that there were 66 suspected cases of people with the Chikungunya virus, according to Minister of Health Dr Fuad Khan.
Fish Landing Facility, Energy Port to open
THE US$5 million port facility in Guayaguayare, completed two years ago but never occupied, is expected to be opened in one month's time.
Ainsley Mark dies at 70
He served as Senate vice president during the 4th Republican Parliament, from 1992-1995.
Douglas: T&T is violent
He said so in response to receiving several threatening phone calls at his home and office.
Chinese nationals nabbed in 'prostitution ring'
TEN CHINESE women, along with one male, were detained last weekend on suspicion that they were involved in a prostitution ring
Three shot in Laventille
Three men are at Port of Spain General Hospital after they were shot by an unknown gunman in Laventille on Tuesday afternoon.
SRP charged after gun goes missing
A 25-YEAR-OLD Special Reserve Police constable attached to the Biche Police Station appeared yesterday before a Sangre Grande magistrate charged with misbehaviour in public office
4 men held with $1.1M in cocaine
A PARTY of policemen from the Northern Division Task Force on Tuesday arrested four men for possession of 3kg of cocaine
2 on bail for quarry attack
TWO men held for setting fire to quarry equipment and shooting at employees of a Matura quarry site were granted a total of $650,000 bail
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