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MAN OF THE HOUSE
Posted: Friday, December 30, 2016

MAN OF THE HOUSE
Husband chastises wife for complaining about location of HDC unit

Night of total policing
AN ANIMAL welfare NGO has written to acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams asking for a night of total policing tomorrow to crack down on the illegal use of fireworks.

Fireworks crackdown continues as sales slump

3 held in Rhum Runners heist

OWTU to decide today on possible strike

CWU condemns TATT and NEL
"...CWC has a conflict of interest thanks to its ownership of Columbus Communications; Flow Trinidad and Tobago's (Flow) parent company..."

Consumers reminded of their rights
...illegal to place statements such as "No exchange, No refund" or "Absolutely no refund" or "No refund on sale items" on receipts handed to customers.

Franklin Khan returns home

TT a lawless country
SENIOR Magistrate Nanette Forde-John yesterday hit this country as lawless as she imposed a fine on a man who appeared before her in the San Fernando Courthouse charged for unlawful possession of a firearm.

CISPS: Tackle crime and its causes

Man in court for stepson's murder
Joel Pompey, 59, of Peaseville, Upper Seventh Avenue appeared before Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar to face one count of murder, one count of possession of an illegal firearm, two counts of possession of ammunition and one count of attempted murder.

Robbery at supermarket where PC Benjamin was killed
A supermarket which was the subject of a robbery earlier this year, which resulted in the death of Police Constable Anson Benjamin

Coach fined for loaded pistol
A COACH who claimed in his drunkenness over the Christmas season he found and kept a loaded pistol was yesterday fined $10,000.



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