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Posted: Tuesday, January 17, 2017

This was the finding of an autopsy done by Dr Hughvon des Vignes yesterday at the Forensic Science Centre in St James.

...Garcia visits school, laments 'tragic death'

School transport under review
Aftermath of student's murder

Sando to PoS march in Rachael's memory

Another fire at WASA
A YEAR after fire destroyed a floor of the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) headquarters in St Joseph, a minor fire broke out yesterday at the same building at about 2 pm.

'Govt running from addressing crime'
UNC chairman: T&T descending into lawlessness

22 homicides for 2017; no one charged

'Grandma was a child bride'
REEMA Carmona, wife of President Anthony Carmona, yesterday in a statement disclosed, "My grandmother was a 13-year-old bride", as she weighed in on the issue of child marriages.

Legal issues for Uber taxi after Trinidad launching

Artefacts found in Valsayn
Historian calls on National Trust, UWI to intervene

Moore: This goes to my lawyer
...allegations made by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley that Moore, was paid $200,000 monthly for work as a consultant with the National Infrastructure Development Company (NIDCO).

Former Ambassador challenges PM
THIS country's former Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Eden Charles is challenging Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's decision to revoke his appointment.

Kenneth Supersad fails to qualify for Chutney Soca Monarch
ONE week after he and several other chutney singers protested against the use of Bollywood melodies by participants in the Chutney Soca Monarch (CSM) competition

Dillon: Prison cellphone jammers working well
THE jammers intended to block signals to cellular devices at the local prisons are all working well, according to Minister of National Security Edmund Dillon.

Psychiatrist: Getting away with murder emboldens others
There are different types of killers walking around the country freely when they should be in jail and the numbers are likely to rise because they become fearless when they are not caught.

Murder victim's criminal history

Man killed after intruders storm house
Police are investigating the killing of a 38-year-old man by three armed men who stormed into his home on Sunday.

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