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Posted: Wednesday, May 24, 2017

QUICK work by police led to the arrest of four men, one of whom is 17, minutes after a couple was chopped inside a shack near Tyrico Bay on Monday night.

Old dispute sparks attack at Tyrico Bay
Woman hacked to death in bed

A storm in a teacup
Smith on weekend trip to Tobago:

Teachers overpaid by $9.9M
OVER a two-year period, teachers were overpaid by $15.7 million, of which $5.8 million has since been recovered, with a net overpayment of $9.9 million

Forget PI, go straight to high court
AN ATTORNEY representing some of the accused whose partheard cases were left behind by former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar is suggesting that Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard SC, bypass the preliminary inquiry (PI)

Further cracks on seabridge
ABRIDGE commuters were yesterday faced with fresh suffering as repairs to one of the ferries set back scheduled sailing times by about 12 hours.

Imbert: Kamla is mistaken
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday said Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar, "is mistaken" to allege that he is undermining the judicial process by inviting property owners to continue to submit their valuation forms.

'Property owners can file voluntarily'
Finance Minister claims no injunction in place...

Police Service 1,000 short
The Government has a proposal to hire 1,400 municipal police officers to augment the strength of the its crime fighting initiatives.

800 Municipal cops coming

New prison for Tobago
ALMOST 100 prisoners are to be moved from their holding facility in Bacolet when a new prison is constructed at Hope Estate, Tobago.

Senators discuss Parliamentary self-regulation
Having experienced the consequences of the Executive interfering, by they being unable to represent the Parliament at overseas conferences

Mark: Parliament should fire PMs
OPPOSITION Senator Wade Mark yesterday declared that Parliament should have the power, "if necessary to dismiss a prime minister."

Lee hits Govt's 'nothing committees'
ASKING what Government has been doing for the past 20 months, UNC chairman David Lee hit them for setting up what he dubbed, "another Nothing Committee"

AG hits Qatar documentary
ATTORNEY GENERAL Faris Al Rawi has criticised a recent documentary by the Qatar-based media company Al Jazeera on the incidence of Trinidadians joining terror groups such as ISIS.

Griffith: Terror documentary inaccurate

Retiree beaten, stabbed and partially burnt
THE murder of 63-year-old Len Francis Fortune, whose partially burnt body was found in his house on Monday, has shocked his neighbours in Fanny Village, Point Fortin

Car dealer again held in domestic case
For the second time in a little over a year, a Chaguanas car dealer was arrested in relation to an allegation of domestic abuse against his wife.

Accused: I like them lil children
A SAN Fernando magistrate heard yesterday that a man, who in March was jailed 60 days for masturbating in front of a girls' primary school, was caught in the act on Monday this time in front of a boys' primary school.

Valencia squatters look at legal options
SEVERAL squatters from Pine Lane in Valencia, whose homes were demolished recently on orders from the Commissioner of State Lands, are seeking legal advice from attorney Gerald Ramdeen.

Arson attack, threats for outstanding money
Trouble in THA over unpaid bills

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