WE ARE BREEDING CRIMINALS
Posted: Tuesday, April 18, 2017
WE ARE BREEDING CRIMINALS
BEHAVIOUR change consultant Franklyn Dolly is calling for immediate steps to be taken to address how children with behavioural challenges are dealt with in the school system.
Government honours $million payout
THE promise by Government to honour a commitment to pay $1 million to dependents of officers killed in the line of duty is being kept.
Burglars steal again from Temple in the Sea
They got only $15 which represents donations visitors placed near the murtis (religious statues) during their tour of the heritage site at the weekend.
Stewart-Phillips: The show goes on
WITH the Tobago Jazz Experience mere days away, the Tobago House of Assembly's (THA) secretary of Tourism, Culture and Transportation Nadine Stewart-Phillips is assuring that no further interruptions would be had to the sea bridge
Chamber: PM promises to fix Tobago problems
Rowley takes in goat and crab races
Rowley in secret ferry meeting
UNC chairman calls for Cuffie's resignation
UNITED National Congress chairman David Lee is calling for Communications Minister Maxie Cuffie to resign over Cuffie's Easter message
More women needed in top ICT positions
CHIEF Information Officer, and General Manager Department of Information Technology of the Inter American Development Bank (IDB) Nuria Simo, says the time is ripe to see more women in leadership positions
WASA: No water tomorrow in parts of north-west
The lady in the attic
...the story of Mariquita Johnson
Accused shoplifters shamed by supermarket
...owner says he is fed up with police inaction
Carmona: The cross is not 'a bling'
Benjai injured in bottle attack in Guyana
SOCA artiste Rodney “Benjai” Le Blanc sustained injuries to his head and over 20 stitches after being hit with a bottle at a popular restaurant and bar early Sunday morning in Georgetown, Guyana.
Criminal and civil litigation against perpetrators coming
Girl, 17, raped during kayaking trip, woman raped in Grande
A 17-year-old Rio Claro girl who went kayaking at Salybia River on Sunday was forcefully removed from the kayak by a man and raped in some bushes.
Man wanted for two murders nabbed in maxi taxi
A 29-year-old Wallerfield man, wanted for two murders which occurred in Arouca in September last year, was arrested as he travelled in a red band maxi taxi along the Priority Bus Route last Friday.
Teen held with gun
A 15-year-old boy is expected to appear before an Arima magistrate today after he was arrested with a loaded gun in Maloney.
Man murdered in Santa Cruz
A 49-year-old bartender was shot dead near his workplace in Santa Cruz yesterday.
Sex assault survivor speaks out
HOPE, healing and peace are possible through non-violent means, even when bad things happen to someone or bad things are happening in the country says sexual assault survivor Kit Evans-Ford.
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