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Posted: Wednesday, August 30, 2017

FOR more than 12 hours yesterday, senior police investigators grilled former attorney general Anand Ramlogan in a witness tampering case which stems from a defamation lawsuit he filed in 2015 against Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, who, at the time, was the opposition leader.

Cops go to DPP today
After 12-hour interrogation of ex-AG Ramlogan

Al Rawi distances himself from Ramlogan's detention
"I CAN say with absolute certainty, I have no business with that." These were the words of Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi

Rogers: Govt must keep hands off TTT
"State ownership does not have to be state control. Nobody has to be dictating anything," Rogers said as he noted there needed to be buffer systems between the two entities before they restarted TTT's operations.

I will reappoint him, says PM
Communications glitch blamed for mishap

MSJ leader: Le Hunte ought to have said he's Ghanaian
RETIRED HEAD of the public service Reginald Dumas says the faux pas which led to the revocation of Robert Le Hunte's appointment as Public Utilities Minister

Dumas: Le Hunte ‘faux pas' points to decling governance
RETIRED HEAD of the public service Reginald Dumas says the faux pas which led to the revocation of Robert Le Hunte's appointment as Public Utilities Minister

Ban on drones in city airspace

More security for HDC malls

Sweet drinks banned in schools
ONLY water, 100 per cent fruit juices, low fat milk and blended vegetables or fruit drinks with no added sugars and/or artificial sweeteners are to be offered for sale at all government and government assisted schools.

Trouble in Houston for Trinis
Tropical storm Harvey continues its onslaught on Texas, particularly Houston, with immense showers of rain causing life-threatening flooding.

Media salutes veteran journalist John
THE media fraternity turned out to pay their last respects to colleague Deborah John at her funeral held at St Joseph RC Church, St Joseph yesterday.

Marcia's 53 cases back in court today
AG trying again to resolve issue

$.1m bail for nurse accused of child abuse
After she was granted bail, Oliver and her mother managed to evade media personnel waiting at both public entrances to the courthouse and were allegedly allowed to leave through the basement garage

Murder victim linked to four killings
The semi-nude corpse found in a drain in San Fernando on Saturday has been identified as Duane "Popcorn" Taylor.

Cops mobbed during arrest
Head of the Southern Division police, Snr Supt Zamsheed Mohammed yesterday warned residents against harbouring criminals after villagers mobbed police officers who were attempting to arrest a gunman.

$30,000 fine for gun and ammo
Attorney Shaun Teekasingh said both men were directly affected by crime and had the guns for their protection.

Second victim identified in Carlsen Field triple murders
Officers have contacted the relatives of one of the suspected victims - Michael Applewhite, 35, of San Juan.

Missing Shannon turned 23 yesterday
Yesterday marked exactly one month since he has been seen or heard from by his loved ones.

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