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Missing teen's body found
Posted: Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Police: Body found behind Waterloo Secondary School is missing teen
Initial reports say the body was that of 16-year-old Jesse Beephan who attended the school and was reported missing on Monday.

Schoolboy's body found in drain: Head injuries
...crime scene near school

A PERSONAL aide has been assigned by the Ministry of Education, to work one on one with a nine-year-old Santa Rita RC student whose bullying behaviour led to protests by parents outside the school on Monday.

Imbert: Funding for PSIP projects
... the withdrawal of $1,712,200,000 (US$251 million) from the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund (HSF) will be used to partially fund “hundreds of projects” listed under the 2017 Public Sector Investment Programme (PSIP)

Sturge: Pre-Trial Procedure Bill a law for the rich
Sturge reiterated the Opposition's claim that trial by jury is a constitutional right and the Judiciary should not advise any government about what legislation to put in place.

Risk too high
Sturge: Attorneys ducking criminal cases

Total recall
Public warned about rotten Brazil meats

Deyalsingh warns: Look out for rotten corned beef

Citizens urged to dispose of items or return them
AMID GLOBAL reports of unsafe meat being sold by Brazilian companies for years

GraceKennedy first to comply with T&T ban

CWU wants Rowley to deal with TDC issue
THE Communications Workers Union (CWU) has written to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley calling for his intervention in the Government's proposed plan to dissolve the Tourism Development Corporation (TDC)

CWU not buying Shamfa apology over TDC action

EMA police shut down aerobic burnout
According to a police report, at about 11.10 am, EMA officers received information of an event taking place in Fanny Village and upon arrival heard loud amplified sounds emanating from beyond the property's boundary lines.

Call for TTW to be named heritage site in honour of Derek Walcott

Children sleep on roadside
AFTER being evicted Monday morning from their homes located within a condemned Housing Development Corporation (HDC) apartment complex

Too many work-place accidents
Minister of Labour

$16m in fines possible
800 accident-related cases...

'Earthquake' strikes San Fernando
Led by coordinator Hayden Alexander, the corporation's Disaster Management Unit conducted an emergency drill to improve on the coordination between the various groups that must work together in the event of an emergency.

Protest heat from residents
Cop shoots man during raid

Fiery protest after police shooting
RESIDENTS of George and Nelson streets in Port-of-Spain set fire to debris in protest after a man was shot by police yesterday.

Cops trained to deal with mentally ill people, says Dillon
Responding to a question in the Senate, Dillon said officers receive this training at the Police Academy specifically through a behavioural science course.

St Ann's outpatient shot dead: call for more understanding of illness

Shot guard's family getting $1,000 weekly
Elvis Ramnath, managing director/estate superintendent of Travtech Security Services Ltd, said hospitalised security guard Rakesh Ramkaran's family will be given $1,000 every Saturday to assist them with their daily bills.

'I stabbed my wife by mistake'
Accused statement read to jury

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