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Posted: Saturday, September 17, 2016

A QUICK-THINKING mother is today being hailed a hero as her action in luring a suspected child molester, via a 'sting' operation at her Chaguanas home on Thursday night, led to him being nabbed, soundly beaten and handed over to the police

'Sicko' held, beaten
Mom poses as child to catch sex predator

Girl's fingers severed in school accident
A Point Fortin family is considering legal action against the Ministry of Education, after a three-year-old girl's fingers were severed at the Salazar Trace Early Childhood Care and Education Centre (ECCE) last week.

Central Bank bulletin: T&T economy contracts 5.2%

2 men killed, dumped along Valencia road
Police have described the killing of two men in Valencia yesterday as a hit.

'Only a dictator would support it'
Khan: Chance for ordinary man to deliver justice...

Learn about local culture, Chalkdust tells attorneys
WITH guitar in hand, Dr Hollis Liverpool began his address at the Service of the Divine Worship for the ceremonial opening of the 2016/2017 Law Term in song

CJ: Vision is in short supply

Don't charge kids
NEW RULES which require the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) to avoid charging children for criminal offences as much as possible were yesterday announced by Chief Justice Ivor Archie

Chaguanas Mayor wants new closing time for bars

Tax amnesty ends
THERE was a steady stream, rather than a mad rush, of persons at the Queen Street, Port-of-Spain office of the Inland Revenue Division (IRD) yesterday as people took advantage of the final day of the tax amnesty.

Photo worth a thousand words
Daughter finally gets chance to be with imprisoned mother and father...

It takes pressure to make a diamond
ONLY a very small percentage, about 8.8 per cent of the total eligible population, are able to matriculate into The University of the West Indies (UWI).

Fishermen to start receiving assistance today
AFTER two months of decreasing fish sales along the south western peninsula, some fisherfolk are expected to receive their share of the $1 million in assistance promised to them by Government.

Cane farmers give PM 7-day deadline

Maracas Valley residents against new quarry in area

MP promises to help
Toco/Sangre Grande MP Glenda Jennings-Smith yesterday visited 600-pound Marissa Nelson after learning about her plight

Autistic woman was strangled
THIRTY-YEAR-OLD Carla Archalal was strangled, findings of an autopsy done on her body yesterday have revealed.

D'Abadie man succumbs to injuries after robbery
A D'ABADIE man who was robbed and severely beaten at Lopinot Junction on Thursday morning, succumbed to his injuries yesterday at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex (EW MSC) in Mt Hope.

Suspect remains in custody
Autopsy inconclusive on murdered sales clerk

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