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Posted: Tuesday, February 6, 2018

The warning came from Justice Frank Seepersad who yesterday ordered a woman who posted defamatory statements on Facebook, to compensate an entire family.

Must Read: The Facebook libel judgement

I'm not a lesbian
Social media talk stuns President-elect

Losing 'invisibility' will be hardest part

Republic Bank teller charged with stealing $315,700 from customers

Ash Wednesday retreat for Govt
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday instructed all Government MPs and senators to attend a one-day retreat at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann's on Ash Wednesday.

PNM MPs: No problem with picong

Search for diver shifts to Venezuela

Fuad: Murray will win any challenge against him the TT Medical Board should the board contest his eligibility to practise medicine locally.

Police 'recruit' hopeful charged with uttering fake CSEC certificate
Daniel Medica 30, a driver, of Cooperative Road, Petit Valley, was arrested and charged by Cpl Amin Camacho of the Fraud Squad.

Charged with midday murder at Duke Street
A 27 year old man of Nelson Street, Port of Spain, has been charged with the murder of Luke Adams, at Duke Street, Port of Spain around midday on January 18.

Five joyriding teens held with guns, ammo
FIVE people were arrested, including a 17-year-old male and an 18-year-old female were arrested, when police stopped a car and allegedly found a pistol, a revolver and a quantity of ammunition during an anti-crime exercise in Arima on Sunday.

SRP found dead at Police barracks
A Special Reserve Police constable with five years' service was found dead near the motor pool section in the police barracks shortly after 9.10 pm on Sunday.

Two killed in Laventille and Diego Martin
THE murders of two men in Laventille and Diego Martin on Sunday pushed the murder toll to 64 for the year thus far.

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