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Posted: Wednesday, June 14, 2017

POLICE officers gave a stern warning to a young mother who abandoned her one-year-old daughter and left her with a complete stranger along the Brian Lara Promenade in Port of Spain

Fr Harvey: Money the new God
A DAY after being robbed and threatened with kidnap, Fr Clyde Harvey was back on the job officiating at the Feast of St Anthony at the L'Hospice on Observatory Street, Port of Spain.

'They are the true victims'
Bandits went to kill Fr Harvey but couldn't

Sat says leadership crisis to be blamed for Harvey robbery

Onslaught on God himself, Adventists

Sleeping rapists arrested
TWO MEN who fell asleep stark naked, after sexually assaulting two sisters for several hours in a San Juan house, were awakened by police after the victims sneaked out of the house and alerted the officers.

Probe Marcia, CJ's behaviour
Khan urges DPP to get cops involved

Daly: Judges' exam questions laughable

Central Bank governor: Things can get better this year

Atlantic to offer VSEP to workers

Minister: Compound in compliance

Purchases above board
Mitchell on apartments for army heads:

Moonilal at UNC forum: Posh HDC units for army chiefs

More marks for penmanship
STUDENTS who will sit the 2018 Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) exams will get more marks in the essay portion of the exam if they write the essay in cursive handwriting rather than in print.

Seecharan: All students will be placed
THERE is no shortfall of spaces at secondary schools for incoming students after the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination, Chief Education Officer Harrilal Seecharan said yesterday.

Relief for Bajan on the way
AFTER four years of being stranded in Trinidad, Barbados national Shawn Worrell's return to his family was given hope yesterday.

Caricom chief: Reach out to young men before Isis

PCA to review mental illness orders
THE Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has started a review of Police Standing Order 33, which deals with handling mentally ill people.

Teen gunned down, granny shot
A WEEK ago, Devon Ross, 19, of Grace Lane, La Romaine told his mother people wanted to kill him. On Monday night, Ross and other people whom he was liming with, were shot by men passing in a car.

'Son in wrong place at wrong time'
Teen shot dead, another critical in drive-by shooting...

$2.5M marijuana up in smoke
A DRUG eradication exercise in Tamana on Monday led to the destruction of over 2,500 marijuana plants with an estimated street value of $2.5 million, according to a release issued by the police yesterday.

Sniffer dogs for ports
SNIFFER dogs from the Police Canine Unit are among new security measures to be implemented at the ports in Port of Spain and Scarborough, National Security Minister Edmund Dillon said.

20 years for killing woman
A TUNAPUNA man who killed a woman and stabbed her common-law husband after his drunk friend accidentally crashed into the couple's front wall has been sentenced to 20 years' in prison.

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