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Posted: Thursday, June 8, 2017

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday declared he will not waste time on any debate or calls for the removal of Chief Justice Ivor Archie from office.

Man, 80, dies at hospital entrance
Online video sparks outrage

Man dies in front hospital
THE North West Regional Health Authority yesterday denied claims that a man was refused treatment, was chased out of and left to die at the front entrance to the Port of Spain General Hospital yesterday morning

Justice Seepersad upset
SOCIAL media comments inferring political bias and questioning a judge's ability to deliver pages upon pages of judgments in writing in mere hours, have upset Justice Frank Seepersad.

UNC loses property tax case
SUBMISSION of Valuation Return Forms (VRFs), commonly called the Property Tax Forms, is entirely voluntary and failure to submit the forms will not attract a fine of $500 on summary conviction.

PM unhappy with property tax issue

2 judges sworn in
A DAY after the Court of Appeal cleared the way for their swearing in, Jacqueline Wilson and Kathy Ann Waterman-Latchoo yesterday took the Oath of Office as judges of the High Court

Judiciary chaos overshadows new judges' moment
CJ promises to talk soon

400 students on suicide watch
...cross primary and secondary schools, coordinator of the clinical psychology masters programme at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine campus Dr Katija Khan says.

Tension at Law Faculty
UWI lecturers upset dean's contract renewed

17 people charged with laundering more than $14M
RECENT investigations by the Police Service's Financial Investigations Branch (FIB) have led to the arrest of 17 people on 51 money laundering charges for an estimated $14,382,981.

Judge rules against homeless families
...the Asphalt Pitch Pavement Dwellers failed to convince a High Court judge yesterday that they should be granted leave to challenge the refusal of Housing Minister Randall Mitchell to provide them with a shelter.

$.4M in marijuana seized
MARIJUANA with a street value of $400,000, comprising 32 packets were seized yesterday in a forested area at Blanchisseuse by a joint team of officers from the North Eastern Division.

Shot siblings sent home
A NINE-YEAROLD schoolgirl and her 11-year-old brother who were shot in Maloney last Friday night were discharged from the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex after undergoing surgery to remove the bullets.

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