Rowley welcomes crime talks with Kamla
Posted: Friday, August 26, 2016
Rowley welcomes crime talks with Kamla, warns: Collaboration key to success
Rowley wants better results on crime
'Divisional commanders need to answer to the country'
Govt on crime: "Your best is not good enough"
HEADS of business associations refuse to accept Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's position that Government was doing all it can to decrease crime.
Cops nab serial Savannah car thief
WITH car thefts on the increase around the Queen's Park Savannah in Port of Spain, officers of the Criminal Intelligence Department conducted a sting operation in the area on Wednesday , which led to the arrest of a 44-year-old man deported from Canada.
Union in move to buy steel plant
THE STEEL Workers Union of TT (SWUTT) is putting together a group of investors to buy the mothballed ArcelorMittal steel plant at the Point Lisas Industrial Estate and resume operations.
Deyalsingh: Time to step up Zika fight
Newallo-Hosein accuses Govt of regressing on women's issues
WASA cites power problem for water woes in Cascade
Electrical problems are being blamed for the low water pressure and unreliable water supply to residents of Upper Cascade Road.
Drones ban at Independence parade
In T&T, it's always on the back burner
A former therapy radiographer at the National Radiography Centre, St James, said she left this country to work abroad because she was "fed up" with the system and cancer being placed on the back burner.
Between 160 and 175 of the 265 contractors employed with the Community-based Environmental Protection and Enhancement Programme (CEPEP) will be axed from the programme for now, but the 12,000-odd employees currently engaged will stay.
$1m assistance for 'beached' fishermen
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley announced yesterday that Cabinet had approved a $1 million "assistance" for fisherman who have lost earnings as a result of a string of fish kills in the Gulf of Paria.
Two-day non-stop walk to highlight social issues
INTERNATIONAL social work advocate, Earl Daniel says social workers are often the last stop for many people in desperate circumstances.
Murder victim, 9, laid to rest
KILLED by a bullet through the heart, nine year old schoolboy Cyon Paul was given a final farewell in his hometown of La Romaine to the sounds of African drums and religious songs.
My son did not kill Cyon
THE mother of the visually impaired man, deemed to be a main suspect in the shooting death of nine-year-old Cyon Paul, is defending her son saying that he is innocent.
Cyon murder suspect in hiding after talk with cops... I did not kill him
Video of interview entered into evidence
A DVD recording of former LifeSport co-ordinator Rajaee Ali being interviewed by a police investigator was tendered into evidence yesterday as the Dana Seetahal murder enquiry continued before Senior Magistrate Indrani Cedeno in the Port of Spain Magistrates' Court.
Soldier robbed of $30,000 in jewelry
A 44-year-old Defence Force sergeant was robbed of jewelry valued at $30,000 on Wednesday while driving along Piccadilly Street, Port of Spain.
Suspect held wearing hijab
The two other suspects involved in Wednesday's gun attack against two off-duty police officers were arrested yesterday.
NSC to view Rasta City gang video
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said yesterday a recent WhatsApp video depicting criminal gang members displaying sophisticated guns at various locations in T&T will be addressed by the National Security Council (NSC) on Tuesday.
Charged with wounding sister, neighbour's attempted murder
A PIPARO man held by police for a cutlass attack on relatives and an elderly neighbour on Tuesday, has been sent by a magistrate to the St Ann's Psychiatric Hospital for evaluation.
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