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Anand on $750,000 bail
Posted: Thursday, August 31, 2017

Anand on $750,000 bail
MORE than 36 hours after he was taken into police custody, former attorney general Anand Ramlogan was yesterday charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice and misconduct in public office

$.75m bail on two charges

Ferdie to tell all on Galicia deal
Parliament's Joint Select Committee on Land and Rural Development want answers on the maintenance and management of the sea bridge service

Hinds questions security arrangement at airport

Law Association concerned about comments made by politicians

Slap in face give up Ghana honour
Ex-diplomat on Le Hunte issue:

Prof: Was it deliberate?
Le Hunte's citizenship status not disclosed

Be focused, fearless
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley is calling on all citizens to be focused and fearless in playing their part in building a stronger TT.

Carmona hails Ibis, athletes, diversity
PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona urged special acclaim for the Scarlet Ibis and the country's top athletes, all of which are national symbols, in his Independence Day message

Independence meets TT in crisis
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar said TT finds itself in crisis as it celebrates its 55th anniversary of Independence today.

National Security issues fireworks caution
THE National Security Ministry yesterday advised citizens to obey the law and act responsibly if they intend to use fireworks in celebrating today's Independence Day holiday.

PoS, no-fly zone for drones today

MP: Rowley opposed Toco port while in Opposition
OROPOUCHE West MP Vidia Gayadeen-Gopeesingh accused Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley of making a u-turn on the establishment of a port at Toco

THA councillor: It's not over
TOBAGO House of Assembly minority councillor Dr. Faith B Yisrael says

Shirley Caesar cancels meeting with Carmona
A meeting between eleven-time Grammy award-winning American gospel artiste, Pastor Shirley Caesar and President Anthony Carmona was cancelled.

Top cop goes on leave today

US Congressman: Anyone can fight violent crime
One does not have to be an expert, a policeman, a prosecutor, a government official or a politician to help bring down the violent crime rate

Indian Walk residents deny mobbing cops

Five to be charged in false kidnapping
Last Thursday, members of the Anti Kidnapping Unit were on the hunt for the teen cousins after they were allegedly taken from their father and uncle, Dale Lutchman during a family hunting trip in Sangre Grande.

Murder accused complain about lengthy proceedings
SIX MEN accused of a 2010 murder complained on Tuesday about the slow pace of proceedings at their preliminary inquiry in the Port of Spain Magistrates' eighth court.

Magistrate slams police for taking glasses
JUST WHY the police would take away the eyeglasses of a man charged with traffic offences has left a magistrate baffled.

Boy accidentally hangs himself on hammock rope
Adam Frank of Pasea Road in Granville was found in a kneeling position with the hammock wrapped around his neck

Tinniyah, 16, is missing
ABOUT an hour after dropping off her school skirt to have it steam pressed in time for school's re-opening on Monday, 16-yearold Point Fortin student Tinniyah Rauseo could not be found.

'We may surpass last year's figure'
TTPS: 72 road deaths

Man fined $8,000 for speeding while drunk
ALCOHOL and speeding are a dangerous mixture that can have deadly consequences.

Four months jail for chocolate thief
A plumber who claimed he stole 13 chocolate bars to give his children will spend the next four months doing hard labour in jail.

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