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Posted: Thursday, April 5, 2018

NY judge: Keep Dillon court matter secret

Dillon and Moses would have been history under UNC

Mom: Cop was trigger-happy
Bipolar man shot dead

Cops kill man beating his mother
The woman told officers her son was beating her and threatened to stab her with a knife.

Dillon: 'Judge finds I did no wrong'
National Security Minister Edmund Dillon has issued a statement saying he is pleased to report, that the Court Proceeding in the United States, with respect to his friend Neville Piper, “has been fully and effectively resolved”.

Govt saved over $30m on Pres House restoration

Rowley receives report on Dominica vote 'mishap'

Tobago suffers economic blow for Easter
THE plagued seabridge between Trinidad and Tobago would remain this way for an indefinite time since problems continue to crop up with the TT Spirit.

Ramona: Where are Shamfa's arrival figures from?

AG: Gang recruitment at schools, religious places
He rose to reply to a query by Independent Senator Stephen Creese as to why the bill creates a specific offence of gang activity at a place of worship or school

Sales clerk charged with trafficking $360,000 weed
Rodney Rooplal, 36, of Sandy River, Mason Hall, was arrested by officers of the Scarborough CID at the Scarborough Port, at about 8.30 pm on Monday

Friends mourn Christine's death
Strangled by man she knew

No charge for Kuntie
Police interview mom of 7…decide

Family served eviction notice after falling wall kills son
STILL mourning the death of five-year-old Pawaan Granger who was killed when a wall fell on him, his bereaved family is now looking for a new home after they were served with an eviction notice

Woman shot during robbery attempt after church
A 60-year-old Arouca woman who was returning home from church on Tuesday night managed to ward off two armed bandits who later shot her in the buttocks.

3 testify against Vicky
A San Fernando magistrate yesterday read 107 fraud charges to Vicky Boodram and her former husband at the start of a Preliminary Inquiry into the million-dollar cruise ship fraud matters.

Child bride says: 'I'm a married woman'
...refusing to co-operate with Child Protection Unit police.

Man gunned down in Moruga
A Moruga man was gunned down early on Wednesday morning while liming outside a bar close to his home.

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