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Body cut to pieces
Posted: Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Man's burnt body found in latrine
Homicide officers yesterday found the charred remains and piece of a skull in a latrine (outhouse) at the back of a dilapidated wooden house at Black Street, Reform Village, Gasparillo.

Body cut to pieces
WHOEVER killed ex-Caroni worker Deoraj Bedasie chopped, burned and disposed of his remains in a latrine pit near his home at Reform Village, near Gasparillo.

Ramdeen vows to go to court over soldier's death
UNITED National Congress (UNC) senator Gerald Ramdeen on Monday repeated his call for the Defence Force to disclose the autopsy report on soldier Omar Samaroo.

...'Everybody in Tobago will be affected'
Imminent departure of the Super-Fast Galicia from the seabridge: Chairman of the Inter-Island Transport Committee on the Tobago Chamber Diane Hadad said the current situation should not have been allowed to occur in the first place.

Natural Gas Master Plan for Parliament next month
Road-map the natural gas sector for the next ten years

Govt 'intends to access US$300m loan from Andean Corporation'
US$251 million from the HSF plus the US$300 million which the Government intends to borrow from the corporation would boost the country's foreign reserves by US$551 million at a time when there are heavy demands on the country's foreign exchange.

British MP 'not telling T&T what to do'
BRITISH MP and campaigner against capital punishment Mark Pritchard yesterday denied his current visit to Trinidad and Tobago is an attempt to tell citizens what to do when it comes to the death penalty.

Bakr wants case against him dropped
ATTORNEYS representing Jamaat al Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr have written to the Director of Public Prosecutions calling on him to discontinue a private complaint brought against him

Court orders removal of wall
A 20-foot-high galvanised roofing sheet wall that caused a woman to live under hot and stifling conditions, having to take regular showers, has been ordered by the court to be reduced to seven feet within two months.

Principals in Black
SCHOOL PRINCIPALS across the country dressed in black yesterday to stand in solidarity with Mayaro Government Primary School Principal Andy Paul who was “suspended” by the Teaching Service Commission last Friday.

Ministry weighs solutions
35 at-risk schools listed for help

Man claims he fled T&T from rogue cops in viral video

Relatives: He was set up
RELATIVES of 19-year-old Kadeem Richardson who was killed on Duncan Street, Port of Spain on Monday

Enterprise 'gun transporter' jailed
A teenager who was given a job to transport a pistol and ammunition from one location in Enterprise, Chaguanas, to another has been sentenced to two years in prison.

Five arrested in Enterprise
A 16-year-old boy, an 18-year old man and two 24-year-old men were arrested on Monday night after police searched a vehicle in which they were occupants and allegedly found a gun with several rounds of ammunition and a quantity of marijuana.

Crime doesn't pay
THE father of one of two men who were shot dead in a car at St Rose Street, Laventille on Monday night has a message for young people like his deceased son.

Retired cop: We acted to prevent 'major' disaster
Lawsuit after Kamla 'assassination plot'

Students robbed in school
TWO Form one students, ages 13 and 14, of the Carapichaima East Secondary School were robbed of $2 and $3 respectively by three students, ages 14 and 15, at the school compound on Monday morning.

Labourer crushed to death
A 39-year-old Barrackpore mechanic was killed while another man was injured in an accident at their Barrackpore workplace on Monday night.

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