INNOCENT BLOOD SHED
Posted: Sunday, June 4, 2017
INNOCENT BLOOD SHED
TWO SIBLINGS, one aged nine and the other 11, escaped death when both were shot on Friday night during a shooting incident linked to an ongoing gang war between criminal elements in Maloney.
Sharma: I would go
"II I WERE HIM, I WOULD GO." This was former Chief Justice Satnarine Sharma's categorical response yesterday to Thursday's overwhelming and historic no-confidence vote against his embattled successor Ivor Archie...
Khan wants Hamel-Smith, Stollmeyer resignations
SENIOR Counsel Israel Khan is calling on former Appeal Court Judges Roger Hamel- Smith and Humphrey Stollmeyer to resign immediately as members of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC).
Al Rawi: More litigation coming
LIKENING ongoing corruption investigations to "ripened fruit", Attorney General Faris Al Rawi yesterday said the country can expect more litigation in the civil courts as government moves to stamp out corrupt activities.
Five years after law, no samples taken from deportees, accused, SRPs...
'Multiple casualties' after violent incidents in London
ARMED British police rushed to London Bridge late yesterday after reports of a vehicle running down pedestrians and people being stabbed nearby.
'Have a little patience'
AS THE seabridge continues to flounder and with reduced sailings by the San Fernando to Port-of-Spain water taxis, Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan yesterday pleaded
Give pre-adult girls a chance
TABAQUITE MP Surujrattan Rambachan says while the Opposition UNC supports the move to raise the legal minimum age of marriage to 18, consideration must be given to young girls who have not lived up to the stipulation.
Give child brides divorce power
TOURISM Minister Shamfa Cudjoe says mechanisms must be implemented to enable child brides to divorce their spouses if they so desire.
'AG's children went with him to Cumoto'
DESPITE his failure to acknowledge they were there, the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (TTDF) has confirmed that the children of Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi accompanied him to its Cumuto facility on October 31, 2015 on the invitation of former Brigadier Kenrick Maharaj.
Parvati Girls march for World Environment Day
NOT only are students of Parvati Girls' Hindu College learning the importance of protecting the environment, they are also sharing their knowledge of it to residents of Debe.
Lifeline - last hope for the suicidal
To make it even more accessible, people who find themselves in distress can now call the volunteers of the NGO at two toll free numbers donated to by TSTT and Digicel.
Minister: Tobago turtle kill not reflective of TT's behaviour
AGRICULTURE Minister Clarence Rambharat has described the killing of protected sea turtles in Tobago last month as a "one off incident" that is not reflective of citizens' attitudes to turtle conservation.
Caiman swimming in sea, rescued
A SPECTACLED caiman, indigenous to this country, which was caught swimming in the sea in Chaguaramas last week, was rescued by officials of the Emperor Valley Zoo.
Chinese businessman shot
A BUSINESSMAN of Chinese heritage remained warded last night in critical condition after he was shot during a robbery at his businessplace in Arima yesterday.
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