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Bar Ayers-Caesar from being a judge
Posted: Sunday, April 30, 2017

Bar Ayers-Caesar from being a judge
LEADER of the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) David Abdulah says the lack of judgment displayed by former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar disbars her from ever again being appointed to the High Court.

Copy of report into Quinlan-Williams' probe denied
A two-page statement of charges accused Quinlan-Williams of improper judicial conduct in a June 29, 2009, bail-fixing incident in the Port of Spain arms and ammunition court.

Doubt over another new judge

Crisis averted, don't resign
De la Bastide to Archie on JLSC controversy:

A FOUR-MONTH-OLD boy born in Turkey and a two-year old boy were among the 12 nationals who returned home from the embattled Middle East country on Friday.

12 deported from Turkey quizzed before 'going home'
"The law enforcement agencies in Trinidad conducted in an inter-agency operation yesterday at the airport between the period of four o'clock in the afternoon straight up till after ten o'clock..."

'Grossly exaggerated'
Head of the Islamic Front Umar Abdullah has described as "grossly exaggerated," the contents of a recently-published study in the journal, Studies in Conflict Terrorism

Calculating property tax Govt set to collect $503M

Saleesha, dad's murders 'an inside job'
Whoever shot dead five-yearold Saleesha Joseph before killing her father, Solomon Joseph, 36, committed the savage act because she may have been able to identify them.

Maduro is the only hope
Venezuelan ambassador:

Dire times in Venezuela

Cancer reality check
THE St James Medical Complex (SJMC) saw 22,000 cancer patients visiting the facility in 2016.

Work on oncology centre 'at a standstill'
Today, no dirt is being moved at the site but the bill is climbing, with between $3 to $4 million a month to keep French contractor Bouygues Batiment T&T Construction Company (BBTTCC) on site.

CT scanners working again
All but one of the CT scanners in the nation's major hospitals are functioning once again and are being put to use.

More people thinking about suicide in T&T
73% of callers to Lifeline seeking help

T&T moves up 10 spots on Press Freedom index

Govt takes over two CLICO firms
...assets acquired at no cost

Challenges of contract workers
AS a result of our continuing focus in reporting on the issues and challenges involving contract work in the Trinidad and Tobago labour force, workers affected by this phenomenon, which has become increasingly entrenched

Glenn faces heat over Siparia complex
ATHLETES, coaches and residents gathered yesterday at Irving Park, Siparia, calling for the completion of a sporting facility in the community.

Local films can make billion$
FOR some, local film and television production is viewed as a hobby of filmmakers.

Child kidnap accused shot dead
...killed in San Fernando

Indiscipline down in east PoS schools
Education Minister Anthony Garcia believes the Laventille/Morvant School Improvement Project has been working as there has been a significant reduction of indiscipline in schools in the community.

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