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Law body report on Chief Justice due today
Posted: Friday, December 29, 2017

Law body report on Chief Justice due today
If the Law Association of T&T (LATT) postpones the report on the matter concerning the Chief Justice today, it could appear to be subterfuge which might serve in his favour...

Don't let CJ select chief magistrate
Senior Counsel Israel Khan is calling on the President to hold his hand on the appointment of a new chief magistrate next month.

Latest horror: Body of woman found in forest

Daughter of missing Freeport woman at 'breaking point' looking for answers
Cop: Family to help ID body

Bandit killed after cornered by cops
Residents of El Carmen, St Helena said they risked their lives to chase an armed bandit after police officers froze in apparent fear after being shot at.

HIV advisory board appointed
Labour Minister Jennifer Baptiste-Primus presented letters of appointment to the members of the HIV Workplace Advocacy Advisory Board yesterday.

People declining appointments in Public Service
Acting director of personnel administration Prabhawatie Maraj also said some people in the Public Service are declining promotions.

Gosein registers to compete
Holding up his receipt for $200, Gosein said as a citizen and a taxpayer it was his constitutional right to participate in everything that is funded by the government.

Intimate video sparks privacy warning
A video being circulated on social media showing an intimate moment between what appears to be a government official and a woman has sparked a public outcry over claims of invasion of privacy and inappropriate behaviour

Garcia: Sabotage still happening at schools
Education Minister Anthony Garcia is claiming people were deliberately sabotaging the sewer systems in schools to prevent them from reopening for the new school term next week.

Fishermen remove boats from ocean
Fishermen moored their boats yesterday as a precaution as strong winds intensified rough seas in the Atlantic Ocean for the second day.

Airbridge calamity: Sit-in protest as Tobago flights cancelled
CAL chaos at airport

Late 'Mac' Ward was a diamond

Road deaths drop by 13 per cent
Arrive Alive praises police proactive approach

Father seeks truth
The father of 20-year-old Gabrielle Edward, who was struck dead by a police vehicle while trying to cross the Priority Bus Route on Wednesday, wants to know what really happened when his daughter died

Cop: Cunupia triple killing a domestic crime
Head of the Central Division Snr Supt Kenny Mc Intyre said it will take more than the police to stymie the escalating murder toll, as four of the eight reported killings over the Christmas weekend took place in his area.

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