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Posted: Thursday, November 17, 2016

SPECIAL Reserve Police (SRP) Constable Sean Joseph spent the night in jail after he was denied bail yesterday by a San Fernando magistrate before whom he appeared to answer several criminal charges including robbing a Chinese businessman of $400,000.

Top cop: Majority of police honest

Rowley sticks with Dillon
...hit the former People's Partnership (PP) government for trying to tackle crime by constantly changing National Security Ministers.

150 rogue cops suspended in four years:
CoP begs public to keep faith

Kamla slams Govt on crime

‘Rowley the embarrassment’
Persad-Bissessar, speaking at a United National Congress (UNC) public meeting in Freeport on Tuesday, took issue over Rowley’s statements that she (Persad-Bissessar) was an embarrassment.

Rowley on criticisms over recall of diplomat: They come home when I say
... following contentions over Government’s removal of ambassador Eden Charles from a United Nations’ post.

DEPORTED Trini convict in US FOR 44 YEARS speaks out:

Estrada: US immigration laws have not changed

'My wife earned just $25,000'
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert; Flatly refuting any notion of multi-million contracts

Colm: Online taxes stay

State-funded tertiary education a right or a privilege?
IS State-funding of tertiary education simply about meeting the country's economic developmental needs, or about creating a better citizen?

End to life certificates by January
LIFE certificates for senior citizens should be a thing of the past by January 2018.

‘Elder abuse more prevalent at home’
The Division of Aging “normally gets about 15 cases (of elderly abuse) per month”, majority of “elder abuse cases are in the community, in the residences...”

CCTV cameras needed at homes for the elderly

Following injury from a scratch bomb on Divali:
Cuffie unhappy with results of surgery

Creek chaos
SOMETHING needs to be done to permanently stop flooding along the Mosquito Creek shoreline in La Romaine.

Calls to probe 'escort services'
THE Health Social Workers Association (Heswatt) has noted with “ever increasing concern”, the proliferation of massage and escort service advertisements in daily newspapers.

Workers reject OAS offer
LABOUR Minister Jennifer Baptiste-Primus has disclosed that former employees of Brazilian contractor OAS Construtora have rejected offers from the company to buy vehicles and equipment as compensation for severance and outstanding monies.

Drugs, money, death
Resident speaks out on D'Abadie killings:

3rd D'Abadie shooting victim dies
THE shooting on Tuesday night in D'Abadie which initially saw two men being killed, has claimed a third life after a man who was shot in the eye during the incident

Morvant man shot dead
A 22-YEAR-OLD Morvant was ambushed and shot dead along the Eastern Main Road in Laventille on Tuesday.

Mom, son jailed for trafficking 'Ganja'
A WOMAN and her son have been sentenced to a total of 45 years in prison for what was considered one of the largest marijuana hauls in this country for decades

Unclaimed baby to remain at Forensic Science Centre
Even though a La Brea woman insists a dead baby was not found at her home last week, police have confirmed the skeletal remains of an infant were found wrapped in a blanket in a bedroom at the house.

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