Williams: No need to resign
Posted: Thursday, January 19, 2017
Williams: No need to resign
Asked whether he was satisfied with his own performance given the country's current murder rate of 27 (as of yesterday), Williams said his performance was not based on murders alone.
Cops solve 6 cases
TTPS has solved six murder cases this year, TTPS Public Information Officer Assistant Superintendent Michael Pierre revealed yesterday
Williams: Don't judge on murders alone
Solving Rachael's murder a top priority
Murdered schoolgirl's funeral today
Office of the Attorney General had taken a number of initiatives with the relevant stakeholders to overhaul the criminal justice system and deal with issues such as unclogging a massive backlog of cases
Plan needed for returning terrorists
IT IS important that TT develops a strategy to reintegrate into the society the hundreds of nationals who have gone to Iraq and Syria to become terrorist fighters with ISIL
Imbert: $750M received during tax amnesty
Imbert: Last govt lost $400m 'gambling' on exchange rates
Tewarie: TT in 'bad place'
...and TT could be facing a nine percent recession
Arima man fined $3m for importing $US 660,000
If Joseph Baptiste fails to pay the money within 28 days, he will serve three years in prison.
AG: I'll defend it in court
Marriage bill passed; Opposition, Dhanayshar abstain
Kamla: Constitution undermined
Things not good in local health
PRESIDENT of the TT Nursing Association Idi Stuart says the ambulances under the regional health authorities (RHAs) are not properly equipped for transporting patients and nurses/ attendants.
PDP and Eudine Job speak
Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for Parlatuvier/L'Anse Fourmi/Speyside Farley Augustine stated that only two political parties are in the race for the January 23 Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election.
Bankers warn of LINX fraud
BEWARE of a fake LINK card request, circulating on social media, asking you to update your LINX debit card information via an online link within a certain time frame.
...'Company board must resign'
Moonilal made the call after a defamation counter-claim brought against him by the Community-based Environmental Protection and Enhancement Programme Company was dismissed in the High Court yesterday.
Natuc launches online petition: Rolph must go
The petition is the latest action taken by the union in its bid to have Balgobin step down amidst allegations of sexual harassment made against him by a senior female employee of the company.
Pervert sneaks into primary school
Parents, teachers demand better security
Pathologist versus Pathologist
FORENSIC pathologist Dr Hughvon des Vignes has been reprimanded and discharged of a charge that he assaulted, by beating, his colleague Dr Valery Alexandrov on December 2, 2014
Charged with seven sex crimes: bailed out by dad
LABOURER Akeel Walters has secured the bail he was granted on the seven sex crimes he allegedly committed against a teenager.
Man found dead in car
With the death of a 57-year-old man on Tuesday night, the number of homicides recorded this year has equalled the 27 for the comparative period last year.
Brothel raid yields 5 arrests
TWO foreign nationals, one a Guyanese and the other a Surinamese along with three Trinidadian women were arrested by officers of the St Joseph police station
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