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Those who were involved are still on duty
Posted: Sunday, December 18, 2016

Suspended prison officers claim: Those who were involved are still on duty
The three prison officers currently on suspension following last year's deadly jailbreak claim they are being used as "scapegoats".

Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi said yesterday there is no law which says the presiding officer has to be the chief executive officer (CEO) of a regional corporation for the purpose of electing a mayor or chairman.

Teen shot dead by relative, 59
Police reports said Josiah Martinez was at home along Upper Seventh Avenue, Barataria, when he got into an altercation with a 59-year-old relative.

Boy, 15, shot dead by relative

Students robbed, one stabbed
CENTRAL Division police officers have detained a 17-yearold boy who, together with a man, attacked two secondary schoolboys on Friday in Chaguanas during which one of them was stabbed.

Shoppers fearful, half-empty stores on Charlotte Street

AG: Why UNC jumpy about foreign accounts

Tobago needs police force
Political Leader of the Tobago Forwards, Christlyn Moore, is calling for Tobago to have its own police service to secure the island and ensure the safety of Tobagonians.

Couva Chamber calls for more resources for police

AG to bring legislation in 2017: We will deal with crime

Mitchell: Ministry on track to give out 1,000 before Christmas
160 get keys to HDC houses

Arima puts a Woman
Last Tuesday, Morris-Julian, 40, was sworn in as the borough's mayor for the next three years at the Arima Town Hall, Sorzano Street, Arima.

Link between addiction and vagrancy

Jwala sues Sunshine over divorce story
FORMER Central Bank governor Jwala Rambarran on Friday obtained a High Court injunction against the Sunshine newspaper to remove an article on its website headlined, "Jwala files for divorce from wife of 20 years,"

NGO defends sexuality rights
An individual has the right to the healthy expression of his or her sexuality.

A man on a bike took my son
Mom holds on to newspaper memorial...

Grieving mom to give birth on death anniversary
Nine months later, murdered teen finally laid to rest...

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