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$40M in 1 TRIAL
Posted: Thursday, July 6, 2017

$40M in 1 TRIAL
THE State had to pay more than $40 million for the protection of witnesses to testify in one trial, according to Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi.

'Horrific' sexual, mental abuse
A HORRIFIC tale of sexual and physical abuse at one of this country's children's homes has prompted the mother of a 14-year-old boy to initiate legal proceedings against the State

Parents urged to protect children over vacation
Perform the necessary checks on their children for signs of abuse and be vigilant of any changes in physical or behavioural characteristics.

Rowley: Time for serious action on CSME

Global report lists TT as most dangerous in English-speaking Caribbean

Trini ISIL fighters are terrorists

2,170 scored below 30%

Mom too overwhelmed to collect son's results
Videsh heartbreak

Murdered businesswoman's funeral streamed to relatives in China

Defence Force seeks extension respond to a request by former chief of defence staff Kenrick Maharaj for a retraction and a copy of a report compiled by the Defence Force.

COP elections postponed
A LEGAL issue surrounding the eligibility of Nicole Dyer-Griffith to contest the post of political leader in the Congress of the People (COP)

Burke's friend Dopwell on 2 state boards
Why is it an issue now?

PM requested 'official' info on Burkie

Women's League backs Marlene
THE People's National Movement (PNM) Women's League says it will continue to support its members including embattled Port of Spain South MP Marlene Mc-Donald.

Ramadharsingh, Awong vex over Bret cheque distribution
Ministry distributes disaster relief cheques to people in their areas without their knowledge.

MP asks, how many facing axe?
Would workers at the Board of Inland Revenue (BIR) and Customs and Excise would lose their jobs as government moves ahead with the TT Revenue Authority (TTRA).

Lifeguards want meeting with Dillon
AUGUSTUS Sylvester, health and safety officer of the Lifeguard Service says lifeguards will not extend working hours on beaches without having discussions with Minister of National Security Edmund Dillon.

Pensioner jumped outside PCA meeting
...accosted at gunpoint by two bandits, who waited for him outside the meeting and demanded the keys to his vehicle.

Man in court for FB post on PM's family
RAYAD Mohammed was granted $15,000 bail by a Siparia magistrate before whom he appeared yesterday on a charge of making offensive remarks via social media

Suspect held for Malabar double murder
A MAN in his early 20s was arrested yesterday in connection with the double murder last week Wednesday, of schoolboy Videsh Subar and his care-giver and neighbour Hafeeza Rose Mohammed.

Granted bail but still in jail
No one stood bail for a 19-year-old Chaguanas man who appeared in court yesterday for allegedly raping a 12-year-old girl.

Two more Bulgarians charged
Translator hiccup stalls bank fraud cases

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