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Grandmother: Bring back the hangman
Posted: Sunday, February 12, 2017

Grandmother: Bring back the hangman
RUBY Adams-Johnson, the grandmother of Tobago's fourth murder victim, 15-year-old Abiela Adams


THA takes action on crime
...renewed focus on how to treat with increasing homicides and security in general on the sister isle.

Dillon vows more help for Tobago police

The football fraternity in Trinidad and Tobago is devastated following the brutal murder of national youth player Abiela Adams of Tobago.

Pupil: I was raped in school
Police said at around 12.15 p.m. the Form Four pupil said she was sitting in the savannah area of the school when a 16-year-old schoolboy grabbed her cell phone and ran into a nearby classroom.

Muslim head: TT needs crime bill, not terrorism law

Parents of alleged bully victim want principal suspended
While the family is insisting several reports were made to the school's principal on this contained no information on previous altercations between Tristan and his schoolmate.

T&T population reaches 1.4 million

Don't be a neemakaram
Jennifer to Rudy over 25,000 job loss claim:

Govt expecting $350m from housing project
Though built by the public sector, the homes will not be part of the State housing cache but will be offered for sale to the public at market prices.

Planning Minister did not disclose source of funds to First Citizens...

Senator on bank fees: Have a heart
RBC Royal Bank's recent decision to increase fees and charges on services across the board for general and business clients.

6,000 deportees worry citizens
As crime rate rises...

Deported mom pleads: I need my kids

58 bands in steelband 'semis' today

Panorama, under a cloud
WITH its president ostensibly on sick leave, but nevertheless turning up in court last Thursday as Pan Trinbago curiously filed action against its parent body, the National Carnival Commission (NCC)...

Citizens bemoan Licensing offices
...filthy toilets, delays, long lines, but polite staff

Groceries and appliances stolen
FOR THE seventh time in a year, burglars have brokn into the Agape Training Centre, stealing an estimated $20,000 in food and appliances

Mediation reduces homicides in east PoS

Too many women dying
Violence against women is once again making at the top of the news in Trinidad and Tobago.

Blaxx: Let justice be done
SOCA artiste Dexter "Blaxx" Stewart has expressed relief that a suspect has been held for the MovieTowne murder of his sister-in-law

Burnt body found in Caura
Police speculated yesterday that the man may have either been shot or stabbed following which a tyre was placed around his neck and gasoline was poured on the body which was then set on fire.

PH driver charged for raping passenger
A GASPARILLO 'PH' (private hire) taxi driver was yesterday granted bail in the sum of $80,000 with a surety when he appeared before Point Fortin magistrate

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