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Cops abused too
Posted: Sunday, March 19, 2017

Cops abused too
The recent violent slaying of young policewoman, Nyasha Joseph, has opened up a window on a range of domestic abuse from the emotional to the physical being experienced by officers, both female and male, in the Police Service.

Workers fear more job cuts
Workers, particularly in the public service, are bracing themselves for the announcement of more job cuts or the decision by the Government to not renew contracts in the coming months.

Newborn baby girl thrown over wall
Reports are that shortly after 8 am, residents living at an apartment building on El Socorro Road Extension, discovered the body of the baby, which was unclothed, laying on the grass at the back of the building.

'Colm must explain HSF withdrawal'
Minister Colm Imbert owes a duty to the population to say what he intends to do with the $ 1.7 billion (TT) that was removed from the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund (HSF).

New 'breach' claim against NGC
THE National Gas Company (NGC) has been hit with another billion-dollar claim for breach of contract over gas curtailment issues.

Young: A lack of patriotism by UNC
...throwing spanners' in Vzuela gas deal

Poor service at EWMSC
...bed shortage, no courtesy, professionalism, respect

Rowley: T&T grateful to Indians who stayed
T&T remains eternally grateful to the Indians who chose to remain in T&T and make this country their home when Indentureship ended on 1917, says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.

Indo-Trinis told to reconnect with India

'Stop appointing friends and family to boards'

The pen was Walcott's gift
He wanted to be a painter but...

Women have problems choosing men wisely
The evolutionary psychologist David M Buss and clinical psychologist Cindy M Meston have identified 237 distinct reasons that women interviewed gave for having sex

Cops to go to DPP with evidence in WPC murder
The main suspect is a 39-year-old labourer who is believed to have been in a close relationship with Joseph.

Race against time
HOMICIDE detectives were last night consulting with Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard, SC, to determine if sufficient information had been gathered during their investigation to charge two people with the murder of Woman Police Constable (WPC) Nyasha Joseph.

Off-duty cop kills one, injures another
>The family of a 24-year-old man who was fatally shot by an off-duty police officer during an altercation near a Moruga bar yesterday morning is calling for an investigation.



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