TRAGEDY IN MAYARO
Posted: Wednesday, March 21, 2018
TRAGEDY IN MAYARO
Pregnant mother Stacy-Ann Campbell, 29, was in the wrong place at the wrong time when something triggered off, in a
mentally ill man, a desire to kill
Deadly brick attack
Mayaro mom slain by deranged neighbour
Diplomatic passport for Calypso Rose
She is the first calypsonian to receive the honour
13 women killed in 2018
as the murder toll stood at 123
'Michaela warned trouble was brewing'
1st La Brea murder victim buried
Weekes meets staff, settles in nicely
Archie flies out
Tacked on to his six weeks was the "Easter break" vacation leave period. A statement from the Judiciary said Archie is out of the country on vacation leave from yesterday to May 9.
Mendonca holds on
CJ jets out on two-month vacation
Fisherfolk report decline in exports with ferry woes
Councillor: No report from Coastal Protection Unit
...the report is needed for the Siparia Regional Corporation to give its final report on the damage done to the houses and the road in Cedros due to coastal erosion.
Doctors meet today to clear cataract surgery backlog
A mandate to complete 400 cataract surgeries per month to clear a lengthy waiting list at the San Fernando General Hospital is proving difficult for doctors and today a high powered team will meet with doctors to discuss the way forward.
THA to spend $7.3m for Jazz Festival
30-months jail for attack on helpless mom, infant
Magistrate Raphael reminded Hunte and his attorney that in December he appeared before her for a similar offence that took place on Christmas Day.
WPC who is witness against Anti-Gang cops needs help—Ramdeen
...matter against former Anti-Gang unit police officers who are now accused of murder
AG: 'Garrison' behaviour developing in T&T
"Garrison" style behaviour is developing in T&T where people are resisting the police and school children are behaving in a way resembling criminality
Senator: Give police tasers
This was the advice of Independent Senator David Small during his contribution to the debate on the Anti-Gang Bill, 2018 in the Senate yesterday.
SRC levied, equipment seized
FIVE vehicles, including a water tender, were seized from the Siparia Regional Corporation (SRC) yesterday after the corporation failed to pay a $750,000 judgement against it.
Vultures lead to burnt body in Mamoral
Suspect in soldier's killing held
Palmer's common-law wife Radica Pooran: "He sent a message that he is not finished with his mission and he will not rest until he is finished,"
SRP charged with $500 station theft
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