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Firefighters battling blaze on Ariapita Avenue
Posted: Sunday, March 26, 2017

Firefighters battling blaze on Ariapita Avenue
Fire officers are currently trying to contain a blaze along Ariapita Avenue, Woodbrook.

A FEMALE police officer lived through her worst nightmare inside the Brasso Police Station in the wee hours of yesterday following a 999 message that a man was shot dead by police.

One in five households squatting, IDB study finds
As property tax draws nearer...

Property tax to raise $500 million

Charmaine seeks public's respect
First woman Chief Immigration Officer tackles terrorism, human trafficking and an archaic system

Elder: PI bill is bad law is a deep misunderstanding of criminal practice and procedure

Kamla: Govt 'deaf' to rising crime
Speaking during a crime awareness and anti-crime march in Debe yesterday, Persad-Bissessar said many other communities will be taking to the streets in a similar manner, and the People's National Movement will "be a very reckless Government not to pay attention".

Cousins shot while sitting in car

Bishop: Focus on catching, not hanging the criminals
A BISHOP of the Spiritual Baptist faith yesterday said he believed increasing the crime detection rate and prosecution will be more of a deterrent than hanging.

No funding, no answer from PM for Baptist holiday
With just days to go before the March 30 Liberation Day observance, Episkopus Archbishop Barbara Gray-Burke yesterday said the Council of Elders of the Spiritual Shouter Baptists is yet to receive any government funding.

The violence of men, women
The nature of domestic violence and the differences when victims and perpetrators are men and women

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Cops called after mom chases bully
A SIPARIA mother was questioned by police officers after she chased a boy who choked her daughter in a classroom at a secondary school in Penal on Friday.
Terrence Farrell on our cultural condition

Relatives: Probe police killing of dad of 2
Junior Paul Smith who went to rescue his younger brother from gunmen in a forested area in Rio Claro was instead shot and killed by police on Thursday night.

'I don't know who killed my wife'
Sooraj Toolsie spent yesterday preparing for today's funeral of his murdered common-law wife Sharlene Somai.

Prisoner stabbed to death
A prisoner was yesterday stabbed to death by another inmate during a routine "airing out" at the Maximum Security Prison, Golden Grove, Arouca.

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