Posted: Monday, March 20, 2017
Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard yesterday gave instructions to ASP Suzette Martin and Sgt Harvey of the Homicide Bureau to lay charges of murder against a 39-year-old Sea Lots labourer and his 36-year-old Carenage girlfriend
Mother of injured teen demands answers: Beaten student among those suspended
The mother of a teenager who was beaten unconscious by a group of students from the Mayaro Secondary School wants Education Minister Anthony Garcia to explain why her daughter was made to apologise for the incident and then suspended.
Diabetes, hypertension, cancer costing TT $8.7 billion annually
...which represents about 4.6 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Sans Souci project halted: Criminals demanded $50,000 from contractor
Eastern Engineering and Marketing Services gave up a contract for less than $1 million with the Programme for Upgrading Road Efficiency (PURE).
Chamber president tells Govt: Close down non-performing state companies
T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce president Robert Trestrail is supporting Government's move to close non-performing state enterprises.
Suruj: Shamfa can't cut it in tourism
Angry calypsonians storm TUCO
A handful of calypsonians stormed the offices of the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organisation (TUCO) Friday, to protest a number of ills plaguing them
AG aiming for swift justice as T&T moves to resume hangings
Attorney General Faris Al Rawi says implementation of the death penalty cannot be done in an irresponsible and halfway manner.
Moonilal: Opposition PNM didn't support PP 'hangman' bill
Kamla defends Sat over position on child marriage
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar last night defended Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha leader Sat Maharaj for his staunch defence of East Indian traditions with respect to the ongoing debate on child marriage
Bandits rob passengers of $4,000
Two occupants of a red band maxi were robbed of close to $4,000 in cash and other valuables while travelling along the Priority Bus Route (PBR) on Saturday night.
Cop to Palo Seco students: Gangs recruiting in schools
Moruga man walks against crime
A young Moruga man said he reached his tipping point over the country's crime situation when the body of murdered WPC Nyasha Joseph was fished out of the Gulf of Paria last week.
Man serving life found with weed
A 45-year-old lifetime prisoner was held with a quantity of marijuana in his cell at the Maximum Security Prison, Arouca on Saturday.
Depressed Trini found hanging
Baldeo Chotalal recently fell into deep depression and had only days before returned from Trinidad, where he visited his sister.
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