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Lawyers claim client tortured
Posted: Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Lawyers claim client tortured
Couple in court for WPC Joseph's murder

Employees not optimistic
Minister, CWU meet today over TDC closure:

Kamla defends Sat from 'vicious attacks'
...he never faltered in defence of his faith

Economists on T&T's borrowing: It's reckless

UWI law students protest move to Debe campus
...students demanded a meeting with principal Prof Brian Copeland to discuss details of the imminent move of the entire faculty to the Debe, Penal campus.

PTA protests against 'dangerous' primary school bully in Tabaquite
Fearing that their children may be seriously injured by a nine-year-old bully, parents of pupils attending the Santa Rita Roman Catholic Primary School staged a protest yesterday.

Garcia: Victim just as culpable
Fracas at Mayaro Secondary

Disciplinary charges dropped
The Ministry of Education has discontinued disciplinary charges against six teachers of the Tranquillity Secondary School for staying away from classes due to health and safety concerns six years ago.

Convicted killer held with ganja
A CONVICTED killer serving life in prison for a high-profile killing almost 23 years ago has been held in prison with about two kilogrammes of marijuana.

Suruj: 'Indentured' struggles go on
Surujrattan Rambachan, Member of Parliament for Tabaquite, said the struggle faced by indentured workers from India did not end with the abolition of indentureship in 1917, but it continues.

Second tragedy in 10 years for family
Security officer shot in the head

Jailed for taking over $.1m for cars
A SELF-PROFESSED gambler, who collected more than $100,000 and failed to deliver the cars promised to eight people, has been sentenced to four years in jail on each of the offences.

Man held trying to sell cocaine to homeless persons near Riverside

Body floating outside Hyatt
The body appeared to be that of a male of African descent, roughly six feet tall, and medium build.

Student held with arms, ammo
A Pleasantville student and a La Romaine teenager, were among several people arrested over the weekend in the Southern Division for a number of serious crimes.

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