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Posted: Friday, February 3, 2017

NINE-YEAR-OLD schoolboy risk the use of his right arm after a classmate - described as an unrepentant bully - viciously attacked him during school hours on Wednesday and stamped on his arm, breaking the elbow socket of the limb.

Boy may never write after school attack
Parents want justice after surgery for son: police refuse to take report...

Tobago mom fears for bullied son
Tormented by his class since 2015...

Garcia vows thorough probe into bullying claims

Padarath: Hold parents responsible for children's indiscipline
This comes on the heels of an incident where a Mayaro school boy was hospitalised after allegedly being attacked by schoolmates.

Victim's mother: She could have been alive if she listened
If Nadia Simms had obeyed her mother's warning to refrain from meeting the stranger who promised her a job, she would still be alive today.

Simms autopsy inconclusive

25 years or $5m fine
TRINIDADIANS and Tobagonians who go overseas to fight with, or train with, foreign terror groups will soon face criminal prosecution when they return home, including jail for 25 years and a $5 million fine.

Angelo saw own death

Dasheen farmer shot dead in Biche
Kimraj Jawahir, 33, of Colonzo Trace, Navet Village, was shot several times while driving his vehicle.

Abandoned, dilapidated buildings being demolished in clean-up

Sinanan tells Licensing Authority to clean up its act

Cops to target drunk drivers after fetes

Beware tickets in mail from red-light cameras, says AG
Reckless drivers will not be spared as they will be caught on camera and ticketed under a red-light camera system, says Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi.

'Dealing with criminality on the roads'

Swami: 18 years and over for marriage
IT is a retrograde step in this day and age to insist that the age of marriage should be under 18, says Pujya Swami Prakashnanda, spiritual head of the Chinmaya Mission.

'Attempted murder' of son, six
Father in court

Accused in 3 PBR deaths can't make bail

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