Posted: Wednesday, February 21, 2018
A PREGNANT teacher of Ste Madeleine Secondary school had to call in police yesterday to rescue her from irate parents, one of whom was armed with a piece of wood and who threatened to beat her.
Muslim groups call for explanation for Nafeesa's firing
They say there may be some political fallout over her firing especially in the San Juan/ Barataria constituency as her family was most active in that area.
Nafeesa: We are not terrorists
FORMER deputy political leader of the People's National Movement Nafeesa Mohammed said the Muslim community in Mohammed Ville and El Socorro Road were being painted as "terrorists"
$2 million for PM's trips
...to undertake eight trips on official government business from June 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017.
Housing Dev won't affect agriculture
MINISTER of Agriculture Clarence Rambharat is insisting that there is no risk to the agricultural plant stock at the St Augustine Nurseries, even if a portion of the land is allocated housing.
Police, Army camps in East PoS
Mom: Cops murdered 'Christmas'
THE mother of Akel "Christmas" James yesterday insisted that the police had murdered her son in cold blood
AG: Money laundering matters languishing
Absenteeism worries CXC
Inmates lukewarm on prison release programme
SOME of the inmates at Maximum Security Prison were unimpressed with yesterday's Prison Preparation For Release Programme hosted by Vision On Mission and the Prisons Service, at the Golden Grove Prisons in Arouca.
No water in Central and South West for two days
INTERCONNECTION work at the new Savonetta booster station and other pipeline maintenance works along the Caroni South Trunk main will result in a disruption
We'll inform if Mitchell has 'cocoa in the sun'
Accountant dies after desperate attempt to escape intruders
Kevin Horsford, 43, a father of two, was shot several times but jumped out the first floor window in an attempt to save his life.
"Bald head" shot dead
THE murder toll rose to 85 with the death of two men in unrelated incident on Monday and yesterday.
Wife-killer gets 15 years
LEVI DOLLOWAY, 37, of Fyzabad was found guilty by a jury on a charge of manslaughter in the 2008 death of his wife who was doused with a flammable substance and set alight.
59 years jail for raping child
Ragoonanan was found guilty last October by a jury on two counts of grievous sexual assault which occurred in 2008 and 2009.
14 Bahamian tourists robbed for Carnival: Two charged
Escaped garbage man found in dump hideout, claim cops
A MAN who allegedly escaped from the holding cell at a police station and was found at a landfill in Claxton Bay was denied bail on five charges on Monday.
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