I want justice
Posted: Saturday, May 27, 2017
I want justice
Man mistakenly beaten by vigilante villagers
Rowley sorry for Tobago seabridge woes
"After paying US$7 million a year for 11 years to foreigners to operate those vessels, when we took steps to ensure that they were operated by local people, those who collected US$7 million for 11 years wiped clean all the maintenance data on those vessels."
Ferry sabotage costs State $$
There was salt water contamination of fuel; valves to sewerage pump were closed causing the new pump to burn out; foreign bolts were found in cylinder head; valves on steering system closed off, causing steering problems.
NO SAILING FOR DEAD
FORENSIC pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov yesterday expressed dismay over information reaching him that the Ministry of National Security is considering bringing three bodies from Tobago to Trinidad via the sea bridge for autopsies
Smith talks Tobago, CPL
SPORT Minister Darryl Smith yesterday reiterated his recent travel itinerary to Tobago and also said that Government has taken no decision as yet to purchase the Caribbean Première League (CPL) T20 final.
No action on Smith for now
PM disappointed at Tobago extravagance but
$18M cocaine bust at sea
COAST Guard officers on Thursday seized an estimated 18.9 million in cocaine when they intercepted a pirogue in the Gulf of Paria. Three people including a Venezuelan national were arrested.
No one denied medical care
HEALTH Minister Terrence Deyalsingh yesterday declared that a Venezuelan did not die because he was denied medical care at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex (EW MSC).
Chattergoon: Health Minister to blame for SFGH's demise
DeFosto: Pray for me
Veteran calypsonian DeFosto (Winston Scarborough) has been hospitalised at Medical Ward 1 of the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, due to complications with his kidneys and high blood pressure.
State attorneys want to attend law meeting
Woman killed at Lange Park
A 65-year-old grandmother was found murdered at her Lange Park, Chaguanas home yesterday, in what police suspect may be a hit.
$5 million to families of slain officers
NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon yesterday said, "This Government has in fact to date, paid the sum of $5 million, to beneficiaries of members of the protective services who were killed in the line of duty."
CCTV footage throws new light on case
Man shot during wrecker dispute
Chopping victim recovering
A medical report revealed Garcia was chopped nine times while his wife Kimberly Lewis, was chopped more than 20 times.
Five jailed for kidnap/murder
Five men from Claxton Bay, who kidnapped and murdered a San Juan businesswoman in 2006 but were convicted of the lesser offence of manslaughter, were yesterday each sentenced to 28 years in prison.
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