I NEED WORK
Posted: Thursday, December 22, 2016
I NEED WORK
These were words uttered by convicted killer Gilbert Evelyn as he walked out of the San Fernando High Courts yesterday a free man, after spending 26 years behind bars for killing his grandparents.
Comfort policing goes
DAYS after the prime minister stated that statistics showing a reduction in crime would be rendered meaningless, if people still live in a state of fear of falling victim to crime...
Duke wants Caricom observers for THA election
POLITICAL Leader of the Progressive Democratic Patriots (PDP) Watson Duke is calling on the People's National Movement (PNM) led Government to invite Caricom observers
Business groups support Industrial Court
'Opposition banking on mayhem'
Failure to support FATCA legislation
Rambachan: Reckless borrowing by Government
In a release, Rambachan referred to a recent $1 billion bond issue which, he said, was borrowed to finance recurrent expenditure.
Shortage of anti-psychotic drugs at St Ann's
...and with it comes a warning that patients who are unable to access the drugs could become violent and display erratic behaviour.
Deyalsingh warns citizens: Take your health seriously
Beware of vacation child abuse
THE Children's Authority, in a statement yesterday, urged parents to keep their children safe during the Christmas holidays, a time when youngsters could face abuse.
Police body calls on Carmona to sack PCA boss
West: No reason to resign at all
Female Coast Guard CO makes history on CG28
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Coast Guard (TTCG) Lieutenant Commander (Lt Cdr), Kele-Ann Bourne, made history on Monday by becoming the first female naval officer in the southern Caribbean to captain a vessel across the Atlantic.
Woman arrested in Jenice killing
...homicide officers detain mother-of-two
Wickedness: people trying to profit off Shannon's death
Newsday remembers retrenched Arcelor Mittal workers
8 held in $2.9m 'hotel robbery'
According to police reports, the items were stolen from a warehouse on the compound of Central Warehouse Complex, Charlieville, between last Thursday and Sunday.
$5m heist: Hyatt warehouse raid caught on neighbours' cameras
Attorney knocks disparity in sentencing
Burglars go back to school...to steal
BURGLARS broke into the Pleasantville Secondary School and made off with an estimated $58,000 worth of computers, days after the school term closed
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