Senator's husband surrenders
Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2017
Senator's husband surrenders in 'fake oil' assault case
A police corporal, the husband of a Government senator, yesterday surrendered to his colleagues at the Professional Standards Bureau (PSB) after learning instructions were given to charge him with assaulting a media photographer on September 15.
Prisons Commissioner: Officer's killer will be found
Unite in fight against criminal element
Rallying call at funeral of murdered prison officer
2,000 to get disaster relief $$
Village urged to raise orphaned siblings
Orphaned siblings nine-year-old Brandon and five-year-old Darrion Roopnarine appeared to be in a daze as they placed flowers in the coffins of their parents
Bharath to Kamla: I have every intention of fighting
They will be paid—Garcia
School feeding caterers owed millions
Bad food sickens Tobago students
Two Tobago schools had to be dismissed early on Tuesday, after several students complained of feeling unwell after consuming lunches supplied by the School Feeding Programme.
CDA leases conflicted with master plan—Camille
Several Chaguaramas land leases which are illegal are being reviewed by the Chaguaramas Development Authority - but some Chaguaramas farmers will be getting almost half the Tucker Valley land which has been surrendered by Joe Pires' company.
Finance Ministry not blocking Elias housing project —Imbert
...allegations that he is refusing to give a Government guarantee to Emile Elias' NH International on the State's first public/private partnership housing development in Mt Hope.
Principal asks police to deal with high absenteeism
Principal of the Brasso RC School, Hannah Lackraj-Maurice has called on the Deputy Commissioner of Police to look into high absenteeism at her school.
Uber reaches for the skies with plan for sleek flying taxi
36 homeless after Sea Lots fire
...after a fire destroyed over a dozen homes in Sea Lots, Port-of-Spain, on Tuesday night.
Lifetime ban and jail for drunk driver
The ban and jail sentence came after Herrera was found driving drunk for a fourth time. Herrera, 57, was over the legal limit by 107 microgrammes
Death warning: Cocorite man killed in search for relative
Police said that around 1.45 a.m. Kareem Kwasi Ifill, 36 was at his Harding Place, Cocorite home when three armed men broke one of his windows and fired several shots at Ifill.
Charged with murdering Dominican woman and her landlord
Body in drain is missing Chaguanas man
Paltoo, of Monroe Road, Chaguanas, was found with his hands and feet tied behind his back. His throat was slit and there were marks of violence about his body, police said.
Maraval man in court for murder, kidnapping
His co-accused remains in hospital suffering from injuries after he allegedly lept from the Homicide Bureau's 11th-floor office at Riverside Plaza last Saturday.
Cocorite man killed in gang shooting
A Cocorite man was ambushed at his home yesterday following a Facebook post by relatives who refused to be chased out of their hometown.
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