Posted: Sunday, January 29, 2017
With two days to go before the first month in 2017 ends, Trinidad and Tobago has achieved a shocking record high of 50 murders committed over the last 29 days
Gunman kill doubles vendor near stadium
Granny, 74, stabbed to death
A 73-year-old aunt of former director of the National Operations Centre Garvin Heerah was found murdered at her Peter Churchill Circular, Arima home
January living up to its violence
Rowley: Nation traumatised by murders
Prime Minister Keith Rowley has a message for young persons attracted to violent crime: consider the frequency with which such activities end in grief not only for their families but for the wider national community.
'Economic growth tends to fall when murders rise'
Maharaj: Stop making excuses, bring on death penalty
...we do not need more laws, we need action
Young: Hangings yes, SoE no
MINISTER in the Ministry of the Attorney General, Stuart Young, says Attorney General (AG) Faris Al-Rawi is seeking to have hangings resume but the Government has no plans for a State of Emergency.
Mom of murdered teen: Hang them high
WASA pays $671M to contractors
THE Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) paid 1,062 contractors a total sum of $671, 576,495.08 for the period October 2015 to December 21, 2016.
Be your best self
...says Guinness World Record holder
Papa Nelson, 86: I not old, I ripe...and ready for Soca Monarch
Report vindicates PTSC chairman
...No evidence to support sexual misconduct
Coast Guardsman plans funeral for family
Yesterday was not a good day for Coast Guard officer Keston Collins as he spent most of it making arrangements for the funerals of his wife and two sons.
4 hurt in PBR crash
Four persons were rushed to the hospital yesterday after a vehicular accident on the Priority Bus Route (PBR) at Morvant Junction.
Slain girl's mom waits to bury her
...she would not be able to bury her child according to Muslim rights since an autopsy could not be performed as the Forensic Sciences Centre, St James was closed for the weekend.
Tobago police seize drugs
A FULL day police exercise in Plymouth on Friday yielded $200,000 worth of drugs and five arrests.
Bar owner stops hold-up: one bandit dies
The deceased was identified as Richard Olliviere, 21, of Valencia.
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