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Posted: Friday, July 7, 2017

ON THE heels of a no-confidence vote and calls for them to resign as members of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC), retired judges Roger Hamel-Smith and Humphrey Stollmeyer have done just that.

JLSC in limbo
Retired judges Humphrey, Stollmeyer quit

Ramlogan: Up to Archie to salvage anything

TTMA hails biggest trade convention despite poor economic climate
CABINET has approved a new national special economic zones policy to revamp the current free zones regime, according to Trade and Industry Minister, Paula Gopee-Scoon.

Caricom offers conciliation talks to Venezuela's govt and opposition

Distraction, says Jearlean
Ex-HDC bosses named in bribe scandal

More bad weather today says Met Office
Citizens can expect more bad weather today as showers and thunder showers continue with the passing of a tropical wave over the two islands.

Gopeesingh blames Garcia for poor SEA results

Parents flock for school transfers

Dillon says country's image is everyone's responsibility
THIS country's ranking as the most dangerous country in the English-speaking Caribbean was due to “a rise in military expenditure as a percentage of GDP (gross domestic product) and weapons imports”...

Carmona: Only crime talk fluff in T&T

Public servants an endangered species, says Indarsingh

'Daddy, look the man who touched me'
QUICK thinking by a six-year-old boy yesterday led to the arrest of a 30-year-old man who according to reports sexually fondled the child inside a Chaguanas church

Senator: Bail bill will encourage criminality
THE Bail (Access to Bail) Amendment Bill is not a good idea as it encourages more incarceration and criminality to obtain cash for bail says Opposition Senator Daniel Solomon.

Report: T&T, Guyana lead Americas in heart-related deaths

Decrease in deaths from road traffic accidents
25 per cent and 30 per cent decrease in fatal road traffic acidents and deaths respectively

Wedding plans changed to funeral arrangements
...after her fiancé Seell Craig was shot dead during the early morning hours yesterday in Picton Road, Laventille.

Murder at sea
A MORUGA fisherman was shot dead while out at sea off Icacos on Wednesday morning.

Peacemaker killed after death threats
Three weeks to the date after receiving a death threat, a Laventille man was shot in the head as he awaited transport to his Dan Kelly home yesterday.

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