Malabar murder suspect killed
Posted: Thursday, July 13, 2017
Malabar murder suspect killed in police operation
ONE of the suspects in the June 27 Malabar double murder was shot dead during a police operation yesterday morning.
'Sausage' slain by police
SCHOOL SINKING IN SWAMP
TWO years and $28 million later, the half-way constructed Fanny Village Government Primary School, which was being built to replace its burnt down predecessor, is earmarked to be demolished.
Section 34 cases end
FIVE years after 23 persons and four companies sought freedom from prosecution under the controversial and now repealed Section 34 of the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act, all the applications were yesterday officially withdrawn
Section 34 applicants withdraw appeal
Dean-Armorer did not order the applicants to pay the legal costs incurred by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), as their attorneys did not request that it be compensated.
Rowley: Angelin lost, but new BP platform in pipeline
Environmentalist on discovery of oil residue in Mexico: Petrotrin Board must resign if it's from T&T
The call came from environmentalist Stephen Broadbridge amid international reports that Mexican authorities were examining oil residues found on the Riviera Maya's to determine a possible link to this country.
Flash floods across Trinidad
...Sando hard hit
PS: Govt committed to reducing national poverty
Murder victim's relative on chat with PM: I want justice not fancy talk
PNM supporters cry neglect in Point Fortin
Rowley was given an earful about a lack of sporting facilities, an abandoned fire station, old schools, lack of jobs, housing, and a Member of Parliament they claim was not regularly in his office to attend to their needs.
PM offers advice, Dillon saddened
...over death of Point Fortin woman
Mother of murdered Kelly Ann laments her 'fast life'
THE MOTHER of 23-year-old Kelly Ann Clarke who was found dead in Point Fortin on Tuesday afternoon, yesterday told reporters she begged her daughter to change her fast-paced life, but those pleas fell on deaf ears.
No birth certificate for baby found in fridge, funeral on hold
FUNERAL plans for the newborn found in the refrigerator of a doctor's office in San Fernando on Monday had to be aborted as the baby's birth was never registered with the authorities.
Garcia works on GATE realignment: Means test roll-out coming in 2 weeks
Education system setting up children for failure
ARCHBISHOP of Port of Spain Joseph Harris believes pupils who score below 30 percent every year in the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination may not quite yet be ready for secondary school.
Dillon to launch national crime prevention programme
THERE have been calls by some for a replacement for the disbanded Community Comfort Patrols.
Mitchell: Moonilal misleading public
...about people who are alleged to be beneficiaries of Housing Development Corporation (HDC) units.
$.5M bail for woman on $2.5M fraud charge
AFTER spending nine days in police custody, an Arima woman charged with attempting to deposit a fraudulent cheque valued $2.5 million into an account, was yesterday granted bail in the sum of $500,000 by a Mayaro magistrate.
Second man charged with Laing's kidnapping
QUINCY Flatts, a 24-year-old man of Picton Road, Laventille, yesterday appeared before a Port-of-Spain magistrate charged with disposing of ransom money and negotiating a ransom.
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