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Griffith refuses to sign statement
Posted: Sunday, March 5, 2017

Griffith refuses to sign statement
Probe hits snag into allegations of witness tampering against former AG...

PM orders ministers to use bMobile devices as infamous Reshmi lands big job at Digicel

Narcotics cases challenging for T&T
The United States says Trinidad and Tobago, despite continuing to make progress in its ability to investigate complex counter narcotic cases targeting criminal networks, is challenged by insufficient resources and capacity.

No oversight of seized drugs
...due to a shortage of inspecting pharmacists in the Drug Inspectorate of the Ministry of Health lamented the Dangerous Drugs Act Annual Report 2015 and 2016 laid in the Lower House last Friday

Al-Rawi lauds Dillon on border lockdown

Lobbyists recruited at $16m price tag for two years

One week after winning his ninth National Calypso Monarch title, Dr Hollis "Chalkdust" Liverpool yesterday stood firm by his controversial composition

Is he afraid of Muslims?
Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS) secretary general Sat Maharaj yesterday questioned why calypsonian Chalkdust (Dr Hollis Liverpool) had not targeted Muslims in his title-winning song "Learn from Arithmetic".

Calypso is not a thesis
"PEOPLE do not understand calypso or the calypsonian," Chalkdust was saying as he began to talk about the seeming controversy surrounding his winning composition at this year's Dimanche Gras show.

No money from Govt for Baal Vikaas
Not a "single penny" was provided by the Government to help fund the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha's Baal Vikaas Vihaar, secretary general of the SDMS Satnarayan Maharaj said yesterday.

AG backs Children's Authority
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi is not convinced that the Children's Authority failed to rescue an eight-year-old girl who was the victim of sexual abuse.

Abused child, 8, sent to safe house

Show sensitivity for women seeking protection orders
Domestic violence victim:

Please help my children, begs mom
Can't eat or sleep since dad among 3 shot dead near bar...

Crime, water woes in Maracas Valley

Father on attempted murder charge claims reconciliation
THE MAN charged with attempting to murder his six-year old son told the court he believed the child's mother, whom he also allegedly attacked, was willing to reconcile with him.

Man, 25, gunned down
Police said around 11.30 p.m. on Friday, residents of Mendoza Lane, Petit Bourg heard a loud volley of gunshots, but they dared not investigate fearing for their own lives.

Daughter: Why kill mummy for money?
SOBBING as she said goodbye to her mother at her funeral yesterday, Natasha Ali questioned why would anyone want to end the life of a woman for money.

Woman fatally knocked down
A HOMELESS woman attempting to cross the Churchill Roosevelt Highway in El Socorro was struck and killed by a vehicle metres away from a walk-over.

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