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Posted: Saturday, March 3, 2018

CHIEF JUSTICE Ivor Archie will next Tuesday know if he has successfully shot down the Law Association's continued investigation into allegations against him.

57,000 apply for restraining orders
...between 2016 and 2017, 57,000 applications for a restraining order were made to the courts.

$100,000 bail for ex-senator
FORMER Temporary Independent Senator Albert Sydney was yesterday granted $100,000 bail with a surety.

Abused women told to seek help ASAP
"In fact, remaining in toxic relationships in view of other relatives particularly children, does more harm than good as they (the abused person) would eventually see abuse as normal and acceptable."

Imbert slams PP for $1.4B claim
..."capricious decision" to cancel the Alutrint project which was launched under the former Patrick Manning administration.

Energy Ministry investigating oil leak

Khan says new industrial measures needed ensure that the nation's industrial development thrust was not affected by labour unrest.

We want Petrotrin to survive
WHILE saying he does not trust Petrotrin chairman Wilfred Espinet, OWTU president general Ancel Roget says the union wants to see the continued survival of the company

Cabrera calls out Duke address concerns of workers and or face the consequences.

Hinds: 150,000 submit property tax returns

Suruj: Property tax could mean higher rents

10% fine for late Property Tax payments

Colm: Farmers to pay 80 cent land tax

HDC apartments on Monday
ALMOST one week after they were forced to flee their homes and watch their lives work swept into the ocean, Cedros residents will receive keys to Housing Development Corporation apartments

No WASA bottled water yet

Gill to Rowley: Keep the sodomy law

West wants limits to detention period
" would be beneficial if there were an upper and a lower limit of time where the police can detain persons before they charge them."

Bandit leaves shotgun behind
A BANDIT who managed to escape with $13,000, several pieces of jewelry and two cellphones when he held up Treasure Chest Jewelry store on High Street, San Fernando...

Cops: .40 pistol now weapon of choice by criminals

$70,000 bail for prison officer
PRISON officer Nigel Marshall, 45, who has 15 years' service, was yesterday granted $70,000 bail to cover charges of misbehaviour in public office and possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.

Cop caught red-handed taking bribe

One ganja plant worth $1,000, says TTPS

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