Posted: Thursday, February 9, 2017
AN 11-MONTH-OLD baby girl was fed sleep medication in her tea to assist her in falling asleep
PNM women back Rowley
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley was not victim-blaming but "simply reiterating" the same advice all parents give their daughters, to choose a partner wisely.
UNC women bash Rowley
Domestic violence survivor wants PM to apologise
President and founder of Domestic Violence Survivor Reaching Out (DVSRO), Nester Flanders-Skeete, has joined in calling on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to "apologise"
Diaz clears the air
PAN TRINBAGO president Keith Diaz has broken his silence, after weeks of criticism over alleged financial impropriety in the governing steelband organisation.
Pan Trinbago takes NCC to court
Judge to decide if NCC collects
Pan Trinbago wants control of gate receipts
Govt studying Petrotrin proposals
GOVERNMENT is reviewing restructuring proposals for State oil company Petrotrin from both the company and the Oilfields Workers Trade Union (OWTU).
PTSC at 52, has never made a profit
Senate passes Procurement Bill
Search begins for top cop
The process for hiring a permanent Commissioner of Police has moved forward, with one firm out of four bidders being "favourably considered."
NP: Safe to use gas once again
...after reports circulated early yesterday of contaminated fuel at several gas stations.
Tighten border control to seize illegal guns
Business owners worry over Tobago crime trend
23% detection rate for serious crimes in 2016
Senior Supt in charge of the Northern Division, McDonald Jacob:
Central murders decrease
THERE has been a 13 percent decrease in murders in Central Division due to intensification of joint patrols within key areas
Central auto dealerís business raided, Lamborghini seized
It is alleged that the dealer corruptly used someone living in the United States to bring in the lamborghini on the pretext that he was a returning national.
Man found hanging in police station
...from the metal bars of holding cell at the St Joseph police station 15 minutes after he was arrested and brought to station to await charges.
Body washes ashore
...officers of the Manzanilla police station received a report that a body was seen on the beach near Calypso Road.
A Couva man was fined a total of $4,500 for larceny by trick and ordered to compensate his victims in the sum of $13,500 after he took money from them for vehicles he never delivered.
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