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Family paid no ransom
Posted: Saturday, April 14, 2018

Stuart Young: Family paid no ransom

$167,000 demanded for Young's ex-stepdaughter

Eight hours in captivity
Controversy surrounds the kidnapping and release of the step-daughter of Krystiana Sankar, the step-daughter of Minister in the Ministry of the Attorney General Stuart Young.

Dulalchan outlines plans on operational control centre
...the centre would improve the response time to emergency calls from the public by being able to identify the nearest patrol to the trouble call.

$1 million from CAL flights in February
...from 70 additional flights it undertook to Tobago

T&T Spirit returns Monday

COP, MSJ: Deal with sexual harassment in state sector

Heat in the House over Darryl Smith.
A calm but firm House Speaker Bridgid Annisette-George yesterday ordered Couva South MP Rudy Indarsingh out of the chamber of the House of Representatives to take a walk and cool off

Heat as PM grilled over Darryl Smith firing... Indarsingh ejected

No room for same-sex marriage
The Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS) is of the view there is absolutely no room for same-sex marriages in Trinidad and Tobago.

Privy Council to settle gay rights lawsuit—AG

Gadsby-Dolly keeping eye on Pan Trinbago
IN the wake of Pan Trinbago president Keith Diaz shutting down the group's office until the day after its extraordinary general meeting (EGM) next Tuesday

Dillon did not take anything from Piper. It was a gift.

PCA: Only 38 cases sent to DPP in 4 years
West called on members of the public to submit whatever evidences they may have against police officers as it is the only way for the independent body to make strong recommendations against reported officers.

Fiery protests for water in Penal

Guyanese child allowed to sit SEA exam
THE 11 year-old Guyanese-born student who was being denied permission to sit the May 3 Secondary Entrance Examination (SEA) will be allowed to take it after all.

Pundit fights to keep temple
Govt issues notice for violations

Union: 15 years later, ex-Caroni workers still waiting

Cedros fishermen still not back from Venezuela

Teen suspect not interviewed
The 17-year-old boy detained in connection with the murder of 15-month-old Raquel George is yet to be interviewed by investigators.

Fisherman demands reward $$
More than a year after a Felicity fisherman found the body of murdered police officer Nyasha Joseph in the sea at the mouth of the Caroni river, he is yet to collect a $25,000 reward offered by Crime Stoppers

Nine freed of 2010 murder
At the Port of Spain High Court on Friday, Justice Devan Rampersad directed a 12-member jury to return not guilty verdicts in favour of the accused after upholding no-case submissions made by their attorneys.

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