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Posted: Monday, March 6, 2017

This was the warning given by Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar yesterday at a service at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Port-of-Spain held to commemorate International Women's Day.

Killers getting younger now
Chief Magistrate pained by rising crime

Diego Martin marches against domestic violence
...11,000 cases in five years

MP: Female crime victims need empathy, counselling

Digicel: No breach
Digicel has stated there was no breach of its security systems and its $10.5 billion network investment continues to be a reliable, safe and secure telecommunications experience

Religious bodies misguided
Religious bodies have misguided views on the issue of child marriage says Government Minister Maxie Cuffie as he pointed out that there were also religious arguments against the abolition of slavery.

'Chalkie must apologise'
...75 can go into 14

Girl, 16, pregnant for man, 39
A 16-YEAR-OLD girl who went to the Mayaro Health Centre to seek medical treatment for dehydration and vomiting, was found to be two months pregnant.

Belmont couple shot
A BELMONT couple, both of whom are pensioners, remain warded at hospital after being shot by gunmen during an apparent robbery at their home during the early morning hours yesterday.

Young: US lobbyist not involved
THE American consultancy firm, The (Direct Communications) DC Group, played no role in the February 19 telephone conversation, between Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and United States President Donald Trump

US praises TT in drug fight

First Citizens to boost Barbados' US dollar supply

No cost to State in clean-up campaign
... but cost each of over 15 volunteer contractors, between $200,000 and $300,000, per weekend.

Danger with 'peace' balloons, say environmentalists
The scraps of latex that eventually descend not only qualify as litter but are a threat to some marine life, including endangered turtles and mammals, who could mistake the pieces for one of their favourite snacks - jellyfish.

Cabinet fires entire Port Board
SOME rumbling on the Port-of-Spain docks has led to Cabinet meeting in emergency session today to appoint a new Port Authority Board.

PM, Dillon, top cop congratulate police

Govt mourns Preval's passing
THE Government and people of this country extend sincere condolences to the Government and people of the Republic of Haiti and the family of René Preval, former President of Republic of Haiti

Last rites for true patriot
LENORE Laura Mahase-Samaroo, who helped choose Trinidad and Tobago's National Anthem in 1962, died at age 92 on Carnival Tuesday.

Minister: Protect our environment
"WE DO not want people riding the backs of the turtles, rather we should enjoy them as we are very fortunate to have this treasure here", Clarence Rambharat, Minister of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries says.

WASA tank vandalised for scrap metal
Man killed in home invasion
Yet another murder was recorded at La Puerta, Diego Martin, yesterday morning, just hours before the commencement of a peace walk led by the chairman of the Diego Martin Regional Corporation Susan Hong.

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