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Posted: Saturday, October 22, 2016

Acting Commissioner of Police (CoP) Harold Phillip has ordered a high-level police investigation into the actions of the officers involved in the fatal incident.

Give us justice, family cries
PCA, cops start probe into Adelle's killing

Police Welfare boss wants body cameras

'Once a shell is on the ground, it's a crime scene'

Ministry secures US$48.8M funding for NCDs

Culture minister: Nagar inspires global heritage
Divali Nagar has inspired people around the world to renew their East Indian cultural heritage with similar festivals being replicated regionally and in North America

Boy, 5, falls into oil-slicked river
Residents knock tardy Petrotrin

Petrotrin workers resume duties day after they walked off the job to protest the company's failure to address security issues.

Doodhai elected new TTUTA president

Economist: Bring back sou-sou

UNC Senator accused of 'shaming' Tobago
UNC Senator Danny Solomon accused of making offensive remarks about Tobagonians' selling of certain delicacies.

OPM hits sexual harrassment of woman
THE OFFICE of the Prime Minister (Gender and Child Affairs) is condemning the acts of harassment experienced by a young woman who posted a series of Snapchat posts on Facebook, earlier this week.

Victim wants national debate
Sexual harassment on promenade

'T&T Express' should sail again in three weeks
Parts have been sourced...

'Don't be posers: help the differently abled'

Muslims at Parliament for 'Caracas Five'
THE lives of five Muslim men jailed in Caracas are in danger as they yesterday confronted Venezuelan police officers in the corridors of the SEBIN Prison

Islamic Front head gives Govt Monday deadline on detained Trinis

$180,000 for 2 men beaten by soldiers
TWO men who were beaten by soldiers during a military operation on Gaspar Grande Island during the state of emergency imposed by the government in 2011

Police seek video in fatal accident
Police have requested video footage which may assist them in investigating the death of Guyanese national Keith Miller who had his head crushed in an accident Thursday evening

Family keeps hoping, praying
One month since Ria went missing

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