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Posted: Thursday, May 11, 2017

Bizarre incident with an elderly man being killed when his car crashed head-on into a truck, moments after he fled the home of a female companion whom he murdered by slitting her throat.

Woman slain during quarrel
...Lover dies after ramming into truck

Do the right thing
SENIOR Counsel Martin Daly is calling on Chief Justice Ivor Archie and the three other members of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC) to account for their botching of the appointment of former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar to the High Court.

Seunath: Wipe JLSC slate clean
The former Vice President of the Law Association held the view along with President of the Southern Assembly of Lawyers Reshard Khan, that the current bantering in public on the issue, is doing more harm to the judiciary than good.

PM: No inquiry into Ayers-Caesar issue

Marcia dismissed 'kidnap' cop case
A court official who was present on that day said the matters were over ten years old.

$600 million more to be spent
GOVERNMENT'S expenditure for fiscal 2017 has been revised upward from $47.4 billion to $48 billion - an increase by $600 million

Imbert looks to collect $$

Kamla sees $8B shortfall
Among this sum, she said were $6.3 billion in revenues not realised, a $0.5 billion shortfall from the recent additional public offering (APO) of shares in FCB, plus some $0.5 billion in Property Tax that she said it is unrealistic to expect

AmCham: Hold consultations on Property Tax

PM unaware of Tobago food shortage
PRIME MINISTER Dr Keith Rowley yesterday said he was not made aware of any critical shortage of food in Tobago, when he was there last week.

No divergence on Massy
PRIME MINISTER Dr Keith Rowley yesterday said there is no split in the Cabinet regarding the recent share purchase agreement signed by Stateowned TSTT to acquire 100 percent of Massy Communications Limited

Mas men sue Culture Minister
A group of Carnival bandleaders have been given the green light to sue Community Development, Culture and the Arts Minister Nyan Gadsby-Dolly for giving a member of a rival organisation a temporary position on the board of the National Carnival Commission (NCC).

Tobago Chamber boss seeks urgent cargo fix
One week of supplies left

Cuttail for murder suspect
A 24-YEAR-OLD Morvant man who attempted to rob the owner of a mini mart on Tuesday night, shot dead the man but was later cornered by customers and residents who savagely beat him

Fraudster gunned down
A VALENCIA man who was under investigation by police for fleecing people, was shot dead on Tuesday night.

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