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Archie defers his leave
Posted: Saturday, March 10, 2018

Archie defers his leave
Kangaloo seeks time to address PM's query

CJ: Sabbatical policy was in place
Weekes is herself reported to have subsequently applied for sabbatical leave to attend the Hugh Wooding Law School, but her application was turned down by Chief Justice Ivor Archie. Well-placed sources say Weekes subsequently tendered her resignation.

PM sticking to the book on CJ

Anti-Gang Bill unanimously passed in Lower House
The bill makes it an offence to be a member of a gang, to be in possession of a bullet-proof vest, to participate in, or contribute to, the activities of a gang, to support or invite support for a gang, or to harbour or conceal gang members or recruit persons to a gang.

Bill: 25 years jail for gang-leaders

871 public officials failed to file, says Integrity Commission

Work resumes on UWI's South Campus

Rowley: Let Tobago make own laws
... as he pushed for more autonomy for the sister isle.

Indarsingh, Garcia trade words in Parliament tearoom
UNC MP Rudy Indarsingh is reporting Education Minister Anthony Garcia to Parliament's House Speaker after he alleged Garcia cursed him in the Parliament tearoom yesterday.

PM: UNC spreading fake news about Galleons Passage

Councillor: ...residents of Bamboo Village, Cedros have been wandering through their devastated community, hoping unrealistically that the rest of their village will not fall into the sea

MSJ proposes reconstruction plan for natural disasters prepare TT for future events.

40 per cent drop in Cave Hill students

Live Music District for Port of Spain

State to pay ex-prisoner over $5 million
...after he was made to spend 20 years in jail for murdering his mother in 1981.

CJ's friend still seeking asylum
BRITISH human rights organisation, the Peter Tatchell Foundation (PTF), is continuing its effort to assist Dillian Johnson who is seeking asylum in the United Kingdom.

Cutlass-wielding man killed by cops in Grande mosque
Ashrudeen Hamid, 46, of Coalmine, Sangre Grande, was pronounced dead on arrival at the Sangre Grande Hospital after being shot hours earlier.

Mom: I begged her to leave him
Abused woman takes own life

Life of abuse ends in suicide

Police kill cop-shooter
A 34-YEAR-OLD Mamoral man who shot a policewoman last year, was killed during a shootout with police on Thursday night.

Woman gang-raped
A WOMAN who was lured into a car by a woman she knew, was abducted and forced into an apartment at George Street in Port of Spain, where she was gang-raped on Monday afternoon.

Women in bloody fight over man
A confrontation between a woman and her husband's alleged mistress ended in bloodshed yesterday, after one of the women was stabbed during a fight in a pharmacy on High Street, San Fernando.

Calls for Marabella youths to get help
MOST of the crimes in Marabella are being committed by youths between the ages 15 and 25.

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