LIFE FOR CHOPPING WIFE
Posted: Tuesday, August 1, 2017
LIFE FOR CHOPPING WIFE
A HIGH COURT judge yesterday issued a stern warning to men who perpetrate domestic violence against their partners when the relationship ends - you will be punished for your crime.
He may kill her next time
Judge jails man for life over cutlass attack on ex-lover
Daddy rapes mommy
FIVE children were left traumatised after they witnessed their father raping their mother on the hood of the man's car, along a lonely track in Wallerfield early yesterday morning.
Pay for slavery
PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona yesterday publicly supported a call to have European governments, whose countries benefited from slavery in the West Indies, to pay reparations to the descendants of African slaves.
PM: Scars of slavery still evident
PM: Greatness possible
In his Emancipation Day message, Rowley called on citizens to, "draw on each other's talents, skills and strength." "We cannot yield under the whip of internal and external challenges.
Kamla: Freedom under threat
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar warns that personal freedom is under threat today from the criminal element, even as she lauded the historical liberation of slaves
Illegal Chinese immigrants held
ON THE eve of the Emancipation Day holiday, police raided a building on Charlotte Street in Port of Spain and detained eight illegal Chinese immigrants
16 Venezuelans caught in Tobago
TWO pirogues were intercepted and their crew of 16 Venezuelan nationals detained by members of the Coast Guard on Sunday afternoon in Tobago waters.
Way cleared for Toco port
CABINET has approved the construction of the port in Toco to service the Tobago sea bridge, a consultant is already on board, and tender documents for contractors to bid to build the port are expected to go out shortly
Almost dead teen stuns doctors
Cop's sister slain in Grande
Ambush after day at church harvest
Nurse slain outside home
Missing man found dead in car
Although Lincoln Boodoo's lifeless body bore no marks of violence when he was found yesterday, his family remains confused as to how he died.
Fear mounts for missing bank worker
Arsonist jailed for 15 years
A 28-YEAR-OLD mentally ill man, who admitted setting fire to his father's home, has been sentenced to 15 years' hard labour and ordered taken to the St Ann's Psychiatric Hospital for assessment.
2 couples in court for sacrilege
Lakshmi Mahadeo was among four people appearing before a San Fernando magistrate charged with breaking into a Hindu temple and stealing items.
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