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Posted: Friday, May 26, 2017

ALL 53 preliminary inquiries left unresolved by former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar will restart from the beginning. And already there is discontent over this decision.

More heat for CJ, JLSC
Chef Justice Ivor Archie and the members of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission "must do the honourable thing and step down."

Mayhem ahead
Lawyers of accused are questioning why their clients were not consulted before the decision was made to restart their cases.

Driver shot in wrecking melee
A POLICEWOMAN is being investigated after she shot a private-hire taxi driver during a wrecking melee on Wednesday evening in San Fernando.

Colm: Tax registration is voluntary
DESPITE the High Court's stay on the property tax, no injunction exists to stop the process of registration for the property tax which can now proceed on a voluntary basis

Eid is Monday June 26

Smith gives report to PM
Witch-hunt for Tobago whistle blower as

No first class travel for Rowley, delegation to Chile
He said that it would have cost more than $1 million to fly on American Airlines, but chose to fly on Copa Airlines, which will cost taxpayers $375,000.

Young: Rowley reminds us of costs

Treat Tobagonians equally
MINORITY LEADER Watson Duke walked out of the 4th Tobago House of Assembly (THA) sitting yesterday ringing a bell and with a sheep by his side

Ramdial: Investors in limbo
COUVA North MP Ramona Ramdial on Wednesday asked whether projects as part of the Chaguaramas Waterfront Project under the former People's Partnership (PP) government, will now be scrapped.

Baptiste-Primus pilots Fire Service Bill

Govt should look at the Pensions Act
Allow fire officers who have served continuously for three years, and were retired prior to 2008, to receive the same compensation as their colleagues who were retired after that period.

Khan defends retaining retired Perm Sec
...after reaching the retirement age of 60 years because of his expertise and involvement in a number of vital negotiations for Government in the energy sector.

La Brea MP promises to deliver election promises
Automated teller machine (ATM) will be situated in the community to bring relief to those who must travel miles to either Point Fortin or La Romaine to access such a facility.

Kidnapped man found dead
A CENTRAL contractor who was kidnapped by two gunmen on Wednesday was found dead at a makeshift camp off Laventille Road in San Juan hours later.

$2M in weed destroyed in South
A JOINT police/army contingent destroyed $2 million worth of marijuana in a drug eradication exercise in the Moruga and St Mary's districts on Wednesday.

Two shot dead in Tumpuna gun attack
Carr and Meloney's killing was recorded as the tenth double murder for the year.

Cunupia businessman abducted and killed
A foreign-used car dealer was abducted on Wednesday and murdered in a wooden shack in the hills of San Juan.

$75, 000 bail for Sheron

Woman, children homeless
THE GANG warfare in Enterprise, Chaguanas has forced a woman and her two children out of their home and served as a catalyst for a series of unfortunate events

Laventille East MP robbed
LAVENTILLE East Morvant MP Adrian Leonce was robbed of his cellphone, iPad and a laptop while working at his constituency office on Wednesday.

Litterbug held by off-duty cop
A man caught dumping garbage in a public area in Debe by an off-duty policeman has been ordered to do 50 hours of community service.

Vigilante villagers beat innocent man
Social media users applauded Macaulay residents yesterday, after videos surfaced of them apprehending and dealing a dose of vigilante justice to a man they believed to be a truck thief.

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