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Defence ready for trial
Posted: Saturday, January 7, 2017

Defence ready for trial
Stepmom jeered at court

MARICIA McLean, a mother of two, was jeered by a large crowd as she made her way yesterday into the San Fernando Magistrates Court to answer a charge of murdering her four year-old stepdaughter Jenice Figaro.

Sunday decider on strike
THE Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) and the Stateowned oil company PETROTRIN will meet on Sunday with the Minister of Labour and the Industrial Court in a final bid

Kamla: Govt, OWTU in deal
... hence Finance Minister Colm Imbert's remarks in the Parliament yesteray that there was no panic buying of fuel despite the union's threat to take strike action at Petrotrin from Monday.

FIU blocks US tax evasion

No advice to devalue
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday said Government has not received any advice from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to devalue the TT dollar or on a zero-zero-zero wage policy.

Govt bows to Opposition send the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) legislation to a joint select committee (JSC).

PanTrinbago head suffers heart attack
PAN Trinbago president Keith Diaz yesterday underwent an angioplasty procedure after suffering a heart attack

Citizens grill Dillon over rising crime
Dillon was one of the speakers at the "Side by Side We Stand for a Safe Trinidad and Tobago" anti-crime rally at the Waterfront, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain.

Civil society presents unified voice, offers suggestions

C-SAFE app by PLOTT being utilised

Tobago records 1st murder of 2017
A 54-YEAR-OLD man of Lambeau, Tobago became the sister isle's first murder for this year when he was shot dead while sitting in a car with a female companion and a four-year-old child

Pastor on sex charges
A PASTOR was yesterday granted $150,000 bail on sexual charges against a 13-year-old girl over a four-day period while at the church.

Driver's arm severed in crash
For the second time in 54-years, Liston Aberdeen has suffered a life-altering injury, this time losing his right arm, from the elbow, when a container truck slammed into his car on Wednesday.

PCA recommends disciplinary action against constable
...for failing to thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of fisherman Brian Smith, 30, in November 2015.

Imam denied bail for gun
AN IMAM and a security guard were yesterday denied bail when they appeared in court for possession of a gun and ten rounds of ammunition.

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