Victims must speak out
Posted: Sunday, September 18, 2016
Victims must speak out
A Central mother is calling on girls to come forward and tell their stories to the police of a PH driver who may have made advances to them, as he did to her own 11-year-old daughter.
Rowley: I want to inspire youngsters
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley wants his life-story to inspire the nation's youngsters to aim for the stars
Beryl's home no more
It is very ironic that the home of Trinidad and Tobago's Queen of Dance, the late Beryl McBurnie, was demolished in September, National Patriotism Month.
People's National Movement (PNM) and Congress of the People (COP) councillors, Anil Juteram and Bishop Jankie Raghunanan, have jumped ship, crossing over to the United National Congress (UNC)
PNM: Dress code for teachers
'I'll be a trusting leader'
Nirmala Chinebas-Dindial wants to do what no woman has done before: become the first female president of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA).
OSHA: Arouca Govt school 'a fire risk'
Fishermen get cheques, some not happy
Mora: Vigilante justice dangerous
Counselling psychologist Anna Maria Mora yesterday warned of the dangers in Trinidad and Tobago becoming an anarchist state.
AG: Train cops to aid accident victims
Attorney General (AG) Faris al-Rawi believes police officers should be trained to help victims of road accidents.
Suspect dies at police post
29-year-old Bradly Hernandez of Valencia appeared to have suffered a short seizure and then collapsed to the ground in an unresponsive manner.
CJ: Rules to protect children's rights
The following is the conclusion of Chief Justice Ivor Archie's address at the Hall of Justice, Portof- Spain on the opening of the 2016/2017 Law Term last Friday.
Seales: TTPS arrears to be paid by March
Almost 200 volunteers from the Ministry of Planning and Development, various organisations and members of the public collected 1,714 pounds of garbage yesterday on Chacachacare Island.
1,700 pounds of garbage in Chacachacare clean-up
Maracas residents: No to limestone quarry
...citing environmental, social concerns and ongoing problems with a quarry operation in the area.
US$20,000 kidney transplant
...after being given a quote for $450,000
Driver records highest drunk reading
At the age of 26, a man of Ecclesville, Rio Claro not only chalked up his second drunk driving charge...188 microgrammes.
Two critical: shot while walking along roadway
A 49-year-old man is fighting for his life at the Port of Spain General Hospital following an attempt on his life on Friday night.
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