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Posted: Monday, July 10, 2017

ATTORNEY Fareed Ali, who is representing the interests of two men detained in connection with the Malabar double murder, yesterday said the police may have too much power when it comes to deciding how long a person remains in custody without charge

POSGH Sterilization Unit goes down: Staff dumping uncleaned tools
The central sterilization unit there has been dysfunctional for over four years.

Death and destruction right next door anti-government protests in Venezuela - located 6.8 nautical miles off Trinidad's eastern side - hit the symbolic mark of 100 days yesterday, with a grim record of at least 92 dead and more than 1,500 injured

CLF shareholders move to add two more directors to Board
Prepared to take legal action against the government says Carlton Reis, a representative of Dalco and CLF significant shareholder Lawrence Duprey.

Former CEO: Clico empowered Africans
....conversely blaming a relative deprivation of people of African descent on the virtual nationalisation of the company out of the hands of African investors.

Last week to submit property tax forms

Bret victims get assistance

Kamla: Shake up in UNC coming
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has signalled her intention to make changes to the United National Congress (UNC) as it prepares for the 2020 general election campaign.

Devant Maharaj is new union leader
STU registered earlier this year, operates from attorney Jagdeo Singh's Fortis chambers

Slavery, indentureship still abounds
UWI lecturer Dr Jerome Teelucksingh says there are people who still live in squalid conditions akin to slavery and indentureship as he drew reference to those living in the economically depressed area of Bangladesh in St Joseph.

UWI graduates underemployed
NEW Principal of the University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine campus Professor Brian Copeland said there is unprecedented levels of underemployment of UWI graduates even in the high demand professions of medicine and law.

Soldier held in Nikki Crosby's robbery
Two suspects were placed on several identification parades yesterday and were expected to be charged with the offence last night.

Lawyer: Amend sex offender registration laws

Prisons head: Pass laws to protect officers
PRESIDENT of the Prisons Officers Association (POA) Ceron Richards has reported that on Friday night a prisons officer was attacked while on his way home

Woman's body in East Dry River
FOUL play is suspected in the death of a woman whose body was found in the East Dry River in Port of Spain on Saturday afternoon.

Hands chopped off
SURGEONS at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex in Mt Hope were yesterday trying to reattach the hands of a San Juan man who was attacked and chopped during a fight with another man

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