Posted: Wednesday, May 30, 2018
13,600 sex cases in 18 years
Judge's DUI matter adjourned
Ramcharan wanted to speak to the head of his legal team, Gilbert Peterson, SC, who is abroad.
Uber shuts down operations in Trinidad
Following the death of Uber driver Christopher Mohammed on May 17, there was backlash from Uber drivers regarding their safety.
Uber rides out of TT
Uber launched in TT in January 2017, and during that time it had amassed over 500 drivers and 7,000 active users.
Blanked by Sat…Kamla goes to Cedros
Sat eases up Kamla for Arrival Day celebration
His decision to pull Persad-Bissessar as a feature speaker from the organisation's celebrations at the Parvati Girls' Hindu School in Debe today remains, but Maharaj says she can still attend in her private capacity.
Garcia denies cutting religious bands off Hindu students
Education Minister Anthony Garcia has refuted claims that in his previous posting as the principal at Fatima College, he engaged in discriminatory practices against Hindu students.
They brought new traditions, language, thinking
Rowley hails contributions of East Indians
The Indian who arrived...and built a mansion
Kambon: Africans most marginalised in society
Crime and the current state of the economy are two if the biggest challenges facing Trinidad and Tobago, and the African community is the ethnic group that suffers the most from the fallout of either
Public servants cleared
PSC completes probe of Dulalchan land case
PM: Conspiracy to block Australian shipbuilders from T&T
Two new ferries for seabridge...
Govt to take legal action after water taxi fire—Minister
Cops, prison officers, soldiers to give mandatory DNA samples
It will be mandatory for almost 70,000 people—including police and prison officers, soldiers and private security firm personnel
Mark fears DNA tampering
142 policemen charged by PBS
"...the unit has received over 426 reports against police officers ranging from murder to minor assaults and obscene language..."
Venezuelans in detention go on hunger strike
Man dressed as Muslim woman robs store
TENANTS at the Gasparillo Mall believe Monday's brazen robbery by two gunmen was as a result of poor security on the compound.
Watermelon vendor slain
Reports stated that Samaroo, who lived at Tarouba, was in the shed at the front of the Country Tavern waiting for sales when a gunman ran up and shot him in the head and chest.
Convicted fraudster found dead
Jamaican given second chance
A JAMAICAN national who on Monday confessed to living in the country illegally for the past seven years
Police to search missing 12-year-old's laptop
Vanished into thin air
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