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Enough police in TT
Posted: Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Enough police in TT
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley last evening said there is enough police officers in this country and once these men and women effectively do the work they are paid to do, crime will be dealt with.

POLICEMEN are feeling frustrated and disenchanted at not being able to arrest rising crime levels, especially murders which up to press time yesterday was at 61.

UNC MP calls out Rowley
Opposition Member of Parliament (MP) for Naparima Rodney Charles yesterday made a plug for his constituency to be one of the locations in which Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley holds his 'National Conversations'.

Bully's parents meet with victim's parents
AN ACCIDENT and no act of bullying was what led to Tristan Khan's right socket being cracked and the bone coming out of the elbow socket.

School for the Blind remains locked

Parents puzzled as Atwell's closes
ONE OF Trinidad and Tobago's leading private schools, Atwell's Educational Institute in Tacarigua, will be closing its doors after 32 years since its inception in 1985.

Despers top large band prelims

Region shines in Soca Monarch

Rambharat: Ours to preserve
AGRICULTURE, Land and Fisheries Minister Clarence Rambharat wants support of the country in preserving local wetlands.

$130,000 heist at Massy Stores
BURGLARS broke into the St Ann's branch of Massy Stores between Sunday night and early yesterday morning and escaped with $130,000 which was stored in a steel safe.

Bakr walks out on judge
JAMAAT al Muslimeen Yasin leader Abu Bakr stormed out of a civil trial yesterday, accusing the judge presiding over his malicious prosecution claim of being biased against him.

MovieTowne murder 'suspect' was a witness
A MAN detained Sunday evening in relation to the MovieTowne murder of Jamilia De Revenaux was not a suspect but in fact a witness to the horrific crime.

Defend them says Bunji
Soca star Ian "Bunji Garlin" Alvarez yesterday sent out a "Defend the Women" challenge to all men in T&T.

Pick your men wisely
PM angry at domestic killings, tells women

Only new mindset can change current tide—stakeholders

Farmer's charred remains found
FOUL PLAY has not been ruled out in the death of a Rio Claro farmer who lived alone and whose charred remains were found yesterday in his burnt out one-room house.

Tobago records third murder
Dead is Junior 'Copper' Roberts, 34, of Buccoo New Road, Buccoo.

Man shot 3 times
A SECURITY guard stands accused of being trigger-happy after he shot a man three times during an altercation outside a supermarket

Former Vindra accused shot dead
ONE of eight men who were freed last year of the kidnap and murder of Xtra Foods CEO Vindra Naipaul-Coolman was shot dead in Diego Martin last night.

Cops need info on Asami's murder
One year after Ash Wednesday death

2 charged for assaulting teen girls
A VALENCIA taxi driver and a Mayaro man were charged by officers of the Child Protection Unit (CPU) on Sunday for sex acts committed against two 13-year-old girls in separate incidents.

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