'KILL BAD MEN'
Posted: Wednesday, October 5, 2016
'KILL BAD MEN'
ANGUISHED relatives of 25-year-old construction worker Adam Boney - who was gunned down on Monday night - yesterday pleaded with Government
'Church boy' killed in Enterprise
PH driver hijacked, robbed and murdered
Although police were alerted to a man being badly beaten by three assailants on Monday evening, Keston Jeffrey's battered and semi-nude corpse was only found yesterday morning
Division head on crime spike in Central: Gangsters now getting bail
PM: T&T will help storm-hit Haiti
Weather system develops
HEAVY rainfall and strong, gusty winds were expected last night in certain areas of the country, the Met Office said
Strong winds affect Tobago
Colm not budging on online shopping tax
In spite of petition by Stand Up T&T...
AmCham against online tax
THE AMERICAN Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago (AmCham) yesterday called on Government to reconsider the seven percent tax on online shopping
Economists cautious on Budget
Economist: Mixed signals from Govt
Pay $1.6M to Plipdeco
ALTHOUGH currently in liquidation, the Point Lisas-based multinational steel producer ArcelorMittal has been ordered by the High Court to pay a total of $1.6 million to its former landlord
Maritime adviser calls on region to protect its waters
International Maritime Organisation Regional Maritime Adviser Colin Young is calling on regional governments to consider implementing the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution by Ships
'Ambitious programme' to develop maritime industry
Ship repair and dry docking, bunkering, transhipment, cold stacking, and yachting infrastructure development have been identified as part of “an ambitious work programme”
Fees of Legal Aid counsel slashed
DUTY Counsel attached to the Legal Aid and Advisory Authority (LAAA) will receive a cut in their fees from $2,500 to $1,500.
No bail for illegal Venezuelan student
Saranes Janes Galindo Espitia, 20, of Barcelona, Venezuela, entered a not guilty plea in the San Fernando Fourth Magistrate's Court.
He was 'harden': relatives not surprised at murder
THE death of Charlton Huggins, 21, on Monday would have disheartened his close relatives, but it did not come as a surprise.
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