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Posted: Sunday, October 23, 2016

Adelle Gilbert's 74-year-old grandmother claims a policeman struck her in the chest so hard, on the day other officers shot and killed him

Cop goes on sick leave
Aftermath of Sando shooting

Relatives of man shot dead by cops: We have to get justice
Although an investigation has been launched into the shooting death of construction worker Adelle Gilbert, his family are not convinced that they will get justice.

Crime down in Laventille
...Northern, Central Divisions leading in murders

Journalism's death knell
IF THE Data Protection Act comes into force in its current form it will kill investigative journalism, journalists could face jail time and all citizens will be subject to arbitrary search and seizure.

Freedom of press may be under threat

BIR reap $1B from quarries
Quarry operators paid $1 billion to the Board of Inland Revenue in 2015, a huge increase from 2014, when the tax authorities only collected $37 million.

Record team of 75 going to Cuba fair
It will be the largest mission ever coming out of the country, Trade Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon said as she contributed to the budget debate in the Senate on Friday.

Six corporations to watch
As Local Government elections loom

Chag residents voting party
Chaguanas residents interviewed by the Sunday Guardian said they were ready to vote.

Divali Nagar has come a long way

Help move squatters
RESIDENTS and staff at the Centre for the Socially Displaced at Riverside Plaza, Port-of-Spain are expressing hope that they will receive assistance in removing squatters beneath the facility for a cleaner, safer and drug free environment.

Senator laments neglect of differently-abled

Govt must heed climate change
Independent Senator David Small has appealed to the government to take urgent action on addressing climate change

La Brea wants medical care from Petrotrin

Doodhai targets teacher salary negotiations
Newly-elected president of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) Lyndsey Doodhai

New TTUTA head: More sex education in schools

Garcia: UWI will build Debe campus

Women's sexual harassment stories

Sister: It's a wound that never heals
Missing nail technician Ashma Naimool, 36

Tobago mom wants justice
T&T records 3 more murders

3 murders shatter families in Tobago, Diego, Tunapuna
Gun violence continues to shatter the peace of the nation with three murders, one of them Tobago, occurring since Friday night, and taking the homicide rate to 369.

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