Posted: Friday, July 21, 2017
THE funeral for media worker Carlet Holder was halted mid-service yesterday, when a woman, said to be Holder's aunt, walked into the St Theresa RC Church in Woodbrook and declared before shocked mourners and Fr Emmanuel Pierre, "This funeral can't happen!"
Judicial gag order
Moves to block info as Marcia sues CJ, JLSC
Ayers-Caesar's claim sealed
Defence Force apologises to Maharaj
Retired Chief of Defence Staff Major General Kenrick Maharaj, cleared of any involvement in the visit by Attorney General Faris Al Rawi's children to Camp Cumuto
Army admits grave error
Maharaj didn't order AG's children to use guns
Minister 'quite satisfied' with cargo vessel
Cabo Star can meet the needs of the trucking capacity with proper accommodation for truckers.
Cabo Star makes Tobago trial run today
Mayo residents say no to dynamite blasting
Clyde Beharry told Newsday yesterday there is a fear of possible property damage to approximately 40 homes near the quarry which is owned by Trinidad Cement Limited (TCL).
UNAIDS: 36 per cent unaware they have HIV
Move to refurbish prison welcomed but...
PRISON Officers Association President Ceron Richards says he welcomes Government's plans to refurbish the Port-of-Spain prison but questioned where the prisoners were going to be placed.
Roget condemns VSEP offer to Flow workers
ANCEL Roget, president general of the Joint Trade Union Movement yesterday condemned the decision by Flow Trinidad to offer a voluntary separation of employment package to workers.
No issue with 360-camera
THE Parliament yesterday said allegations that a camera was in the room during Tuesday's meeting between Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar at Tower D
Geneticist: Watch who you marry
IT IS vital to know exactly who you are marrying in terms of any genetic-based disorders they may possess, urged geneticist Dr Nicole Ramlachan of Genix Diagnostics, Champs Fleurs
Cutlass found near human torch site
POLICE have recovered a cutlass near to where Anika La Rosa set herself and her former common-law husband on fire on Tuesday afternoon at the man's Arouca home
Bulgarians fined $104,000 for bank fraud
Man sees son first time in 30 years...in court
CALVIN CHARLES SMITH yesterday saw his son Francis Grant for the first time in over 30 years, but the reunion was in the San Fernando Magistrates Court.
No bail for kidnap accused
BAIL has been denied to a 34-year-old El Socorro man accused of kidnapping two Chinese nationals - one of whom is a driver at the Chinese Embassy
Trini in NY was strangled
A close male relative who lived with the elderly woman, may be responsible for her demise as he had attempted to kill her in the past.
Family wants justice for dead biker
LAID to rest yesterday after losing his life in a head-on collision between his dream motorcycle and an overtaking car on Saturday, Nicholas "BJ" Paul's family
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