DEAD OR ALIVE?
Posted: Saturday, March 11, 2017
DEAD OR ALIVE?
THE search for a missing policewoman, believed to have been murdered and buried in a shallow grave somewhere in Sea Lots, continued yesterday and included the use of a police cadaver dog named "Daddy."
Prank calls hinder colleagues' search as...
OWTU eyes backpay fight
... as T&TEC can't pay full 2nd tranche
Agri Minister's J'Ouvert portrayal on President causes concerns
... a cardboard sign around his neck, which read "come taste de Presidential wine," has raised concerns about an apparent bias and a conflict of interest.
Publish and be damned
Legendary broadcaster tells journalists: Article 9 of the Cyber Crime Bill states that anyone who, without lawful excuse or justification obtains privileged computer data faces up to five years in prison.
Angry employees ready to fight
TDC to be dissolved:
Finance Ministry 'has outdated system'
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has knocked the systems in the Ministry of Finance to curb corruption and enhance accountability and transparency.
St Madeleine pelting probe extended
Following allegations by the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers (TTUTA) that some pupils were coached into answering questions by senior school officials
Bullied boy goes back to school
With a heavy heart and after much cajoling by his parents, the eight-year-old boy who was allegedly injured by a bully at a Carapichaima primary school on Tuesday, returned to classes yesterday.
Condolences pour in for Stern John after daughter dies
Man killed, 3 injured in shooting
A 22-year-old Chaguanas man was killed when he and three others were shot at John Street, Enterprise, yesterday afternoon.
4 including imam unable to raise bail
Cop acquitted of sex charges
A POLICE sergeant who appealed the two-year sentence passed on him after he was charged with two offences of indecently assaulting a female colleague
Freed 16 years after gun charge
SIXTEEN years after he was charged with being in possession of a firearm, a Morvant man was freed on Thursday evening after a nine-member jury found him not guilty of the crime.
'Free hugs' man is sex convict
Sean Dalipsingh, of Arima, said he was saddened by the spiralling rate of crime in Trinidad and Tobago and wanted to bring a smile on people's faces by hugging them.
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