BLOWS FOR ROWLEY
Posted: Wednesday, February 8, 2017
BLOWS FOR ROWLEY
"I'M NOT in your bedroom. I'm not in your choice of men..."
T&T's women feel betrayed
Outrage at PM's comments on domestic abuse...
PM in alternate reality
PM defends self
...Domestic abuse statement misinterpreted
AG: Rowley's not crass
"Dr Rowley is known for speaking in a very straightforward and forthright manner. Dr Rowley went through the background of domestic violence issues..."
Teacher on 2 sex charges
Cops act after female student complains
Cops brace for gang war after Diego man slain
Trimmingham's murder came just over 24 hours after a gang leader from the area and another gang member were shot and wounded.
Farmer charged with Nadia's murder: Protect me in prison
Kenny Ramroop, the man accused of killing and burying Nadia Simms' in a shallow grave, has expressed concern about his safety and health in prison.
THE CARNIVAL BUBBLE
Carnival economics has always been a polite way of saying "State handout"
More revenue from beer, cigarettes
58 bands to play at Savannah party
Pan Trinbago stands by decision
Fireball is NACC Young King
ROHAN RICHARDS (Fireball) is this year's National Action Cultural Committee (NACC) Young Kings winner.
Stick-fighting champ: Support the Gayelle
O'NIEL ODLE, the reigning stick-fighting champion is urging Government to pay closer attention and support the art form
Sinanan: Maracas open for Carnival
...despite "a débâcle" left there by the former People's Partnership (PP) government.
More security at MovieTowne
After woman's brazen killing
Prisoner escapes from Grande court
A manhunt has been launched by police for a prisoner who escaped custody while being kept in a holding cell at the Sangre Grande Magistrate's Court yesterday.
'Boy Boy' charged for Nadia's murder
$40,000 fine for $600 bribe
A POLICEMAN with 13 years service was yesterday found guilty of soliciting a $600 bribe and fined $40,000 by a Princes Town magistrate.
3 police officers were wrong, a judge says
A HIGH COURT judge has ruled that three police officers who were present when bailiffs demolished the home of a Claxton Bay family in 2014 abused their power.
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