IT WASN'T ME
Posted: Tuesday, November 8, 2016
IT WASN'T ME
AMID widespread rumours - both in his community and on social media - that he was being sought by police in relation to the murder of Felicity Dyer Francis, the 71-year-old woman who was shot dead outside her church...
Dillon tells top cop: Get murder rate down
NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon has called on Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams to re-strategise crime fighting techniques in order to get the alarming murder rate
Slain following movie outing
Couple ambushed after dropping daughter off
Woman killed in Point Fortin
AS AN autopsy report cites blunt force trauma as the cause of death of 31-year-old nail technician Amanda Julia Mayers, relatives and police officers remain clueless as to why anyone would want to kill the young woman
US$ could be from US Virgin Isles
Sources said the container moved from the US Virgin Island to Jamaica and then to other Caribbean countries before arriving in Trinidad last week.
Exercise your civic duty, says EBC boss
PSA shuts down 'rat-infested' BIR offices
Express lays off 33 workers
DEPUTY president of the Banking, Insurance and General Workers' Union (BIGWU), Mario Als, has promised that the union will take the necessary action against the Caribbean Communications Network (CCN)
CSO: Women most unemployed as unemployment rises
Frenzied end to bitter race
Odds favour Hillary
Fuad: Donald's the man
WEARING a t-shirt in support of US presidential candidate Donald Trump on Sunday was a social experiment, "and people are reading too much into the statement," says Barataria/ San Juan MP Dr Fuad Khan.
Uncertainty if Trump wins
A DONALD Trump presidency in the US may cause uncertainties and some upheaval for the region and its citizens
Haitian student can stay in TT
...a High Court judge ordered yesterday in the San Fernando Supreme Court.
Businessmen mount another legal challenge in Piarco case
...including businessman Ishwar Galbaransingh, who are seeking to have the 2008 committal order and the charges against them quashed, is being heard in the local courts.
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