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Crooked cops a real problem
Posted: Monday, April 3, 2017

Crooked cops a real problem
AG: Crime fighting hindered from within

POLICE are searching for a Tobago man who is being accused of buggering a seven-year-old primary school student on Saturday afternoon.

End of an era
DARCUS Howe has died. The 74-year-old Trinidad-born British broadcaster, writer and civil liberties campaigner, died at his home in Streatham, London on Saturday.

British black power activist Darcus Howe dies at age 74

Trini civil rights activist dies in UK

Seales against permanent police station in Enterprise
The proposed police station in crime-torn Enterprise community is being described as a plaster on a sore by Police Service Social and Welfare Association president Insp Michael Seales.

Young men caught up in Enterprise gang life find it impossible to escape
Streets sink claws deep

'Krysis' yet to give police statement
POLICE are yet to obtain statements from alleged “Unruly Isis” gang member Abdul Wakeel aka Krysis who, on Friday last week, promised to “reveal” names of police officers involved in corruption with drug dealers in Enterprise, Chaguanas.

Ryu Dan Dojo preaches peace in Enterprise

Defence Force slams conspiracy theories in soldier's death

New cargo ship THA's top priority
International Shipping, the owner of the cargo vessel, served notice to the Port Authority of T&T (PATT) that they will be withdrawing the vessel on April 14 (Good Friday), which coincides with the busy Easter weekend where Tobago is a hub for economic activity.

Al-Rawi seeking to establish Intellectual Property Authority
Intellectual property had been a largely unheralded area of the ministry which in 2012 was estimated to have contributed about five percent of this country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

Ramnarine: Credit to PP for BP investment

Immigration woes
Caribbean nationals facing deportation under new US policy...

Jamaican, Bahamian guilty in major cocaine seizure

Franklin Khan to resume work today My wife is my rock

Marriage debate continues
DEBATE on the Miscellaneous Provisions (Marriage) Bill 2016 will resume in the House of Representatives when it sits on Wednesday at Tower D from 1.30 pm.

Mayaro principal suspended over bullying incident
Almost two months after a student at the Mayaro Government School had his arm broken by another student during an incident on the school's compound, the school's principal has been suspended indefinitely.

Weekend marred by 4 more murders

Pressure to make kids with guns probe public
That's Army's call says AG

...Fixin' T&T: Make report public
Children pictured with high-powered weapons

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