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Leave we Joy alone!
Posted: Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Leave we Joy alone!
Students pelt protesting Ste Madeleine teachers...

...Garcia: I am not yet aware of protest at St Madeleine School

Garcia worried as principal sues TTUTA president

Imbert: Petrotrin lost $4.5b
...not $600m

Imbert: Petrotrin lost $4.2 billion in five years

$2.5B backpay by March 31
PM gives good news to public servants

T&T in excess of two million mobile subscribers
PM at TATT forum:

Rowley: Yes, I know US lobbyist 'very well'
The Prime Minister yesterday blamed the previous government for Trinidad and Tobago having to hire the lobbyist firm.

Debe cane fields now a hot spot for killings
Moonilal at funeral of murdered bar patron:

Dillon blames UNC for crime problem
For failing to support bail bill...

Al-Rawi pilots preliminary inquiry bill
The AG reminded MPs that Section 34 (2) of the 2011 legislation, stated, "any matter which stood at ten years beyond the date of the charge, if not prosecuted, would have been taken out of the system..."

Kamla: AG ripping apart Constitution
Indictable Offences (Pre-trial procedure) bill which aims to abolish Preliminary Enquiries

Kamla says Clause 22 of the bill worse than Section 34
...according to the current bill, a murderer could go free on grounds of delay

Deyalsingh concerned about Infidelity and HIV/Aids
The fight against HIV/Aids will not be won unless people start taking personal responsibility, especially men who chose to have unprotected sex outside of marriage and committed relationships.

'Condoms not macho'
Too often the females give in to pressure to have sex without a condom; especially if the person is the breadwinner.

NCIC joins chorus of protest against Chalkdust
THE PRESIDENT of the National Council for Indian Culture (NCIC), Dr Deokinanan Sharma has joined the chorus of protest condemning 2017 Calypso Monarch, Hollis "Chalkdust" Liverpool

Bring sex offenders registry
Lawyer wants T&T to partner with US

Probe into police leak
...release of a police report on the rape of a Tobago woman and the subsequent medical records via a WhatsApp message which went viral between Friday and the weekend.

PM: Govt looking at MHTL situation
Government is working on "other developments" regarding workers of the Methanol Holdings Trinidad Ltd (MHTL) if it comes to a point when the company cannot carry workers

Gas shortage behind plant closure

Beating for burglary suspect
...pleads guilty in court

$95,000 bail for man on sex-perversion charge
A 58-year-old man appeared yesterday before an Arima magistrate after he allegedly exposed himself to a seven-year-old girl last week in Malabar.

Man charged with killing Shannon back in court

Unidentified man found stabbed to death
Early morning shocker in PoS...

Homeless man held for killing
A homeless man was arrested yesterday afternoon in connection with the stabbing death of another in Port-of-Spain hours earlier.

Teen returns home, cops nab 44-year-old man
A MISSING 14-year-old Valencia schoolgirl was reunited with her US-based father at Wallerfield on Sunday after her father coaxed her into believing he had something for her.

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