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Enforce ban on camera phones
Posted: Thursday, October 26, 2017

Enforce ban on camera phones
Garcia urges school principals

Principal returns to Siparia West Sec
His lawyers contended that the ministry acted outside its remit when it instructed him to report to the St Patrick District Education Office in San Fernando pending its investigation after a video of the incident was circulated on social media earlier this month.

San Fernando Mayor Junia Regrello yesterday slammed the "office mentality" of the San Fernando City Municipal police

Regrello slams impotent city police

Kamla staving off palace coup
Political analyst on early UNC leadership poll:

Panday: Call UNC election when due

T&T spent $669m in alcohol
Out of a $5.6 billion food import bill...

AG probes $27m for abandoned building
Sinanan discloses suspicious deal

Double whammy for Central farmers
Crops, livestock lost to floods after recovering from Bret

Pay attention to T&T's shrinking middle class
Independent Senator warns Govt

UWI: Employment a major concern for students

You talk, you die
Casino workers rep gets threat before Senate appearance

Lawyers in a bind
It has been left up to attorneys representing the accused men, who rioted at the magistrates court after their cases were left unfinished by former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar

Decrease in road traffic accidents and fatalities

Dillon liaising with UK authorities on Isis article

PCA writes Khan on Moonilal's complaint

Abduction before murder, man killed in living room
Two murders, which occurred in Paramin and Malabar, were responsible for pushing the figure to the brink of 400.

Mother of 12-year-old arson suspect: My life is in danger she is being threatened by residents of East Port of Spain where the incident occurred.

Police exercises lead to guns and drugs
Five people were arrested, two guns seized and more than $200,000 in marijuana was destroyed in separate exercises conducted by police earlier this week.

Inspector's son gunned down

Raped during the rains: By fake taxi driver
A VENEZUELAN woman trying to escape torrential showers last week was raped by a man posing as a taxi driver in Chaguanas.

Child rape suspect living next door, and still free
FOUR days after a seven year old girl was raped in Central Trinidad the main suspect in the case remains at home without being detained.

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