Posted: Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Rejected by Child Life Fund: Couple attempting to raise $1.5 million
THE SABRES Multi-Sport Club and the Gran Couva Community Development will be hosting a Sports and Family Day on Emancipation Day to raise funds for little Jovi Mitchell who is in need of a bone marrow transplant.
Final ruling in gay-rights case Sept 20
THE HIGH Court judge who ruled in April that this country's sodomy laws were unconstitutional will give his decision on whether the section of the Sexual Offences Act, which criminalises consensual sexual conduct between male adults should be struck down.
I'm not biased
Three months after he ruled that this country's buggery law was unconstitutional, High Court judge Devindra Rampersad is complaining that citizens are unfairly accusing him of being biased in the case.
Moonilal slams Rowley about turn on HDC gated communities
FORMER housing minister Dr Roodal Moonilal is demanding answers from government on its recently announced plans to build multi-million dollar houses in gated communities when in the past it stoutly insisted it will not build such costly homes.
'Fireball cop' was living in his car
Suspended Special Reserve Policeman Sgt Gary Alexander had been living in his car for several months after the court awarded his wife Debbie occupation of their marital home at Avocat Village, Fyzabad.
Galleons Passage on track to arrive Monday
The National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) says the Galleons Passage is on track to arrive in the country on Monday, one week from today.
Doctor fired over social media race post
The Ministry of Health has fired medical intern Dr Dhelia Gabriel who had been the subject of an investigation following her social media post in June.
More dialogue to settle increase in school fees
Residents stage fiery protest in Penal
Three weeks without water was just too much to bear for over 120 households in Penal. On Monday morning, the frustrated residents, including a one-legged pundit, risked being arrested and staged a fiery protest to highlight their plight for water.
Maxi taxi owners call on PM to mediate late payment
MAXI taxi owners contracted by government to transport schoolchildren to and from secondary schools are again calling on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to intervene in their longstanding problem of late payment for their services.
Colm's son's phone found in Beetham
POLICE yesterday locked down several parts of Beetham Gardens and executed a search warrant at the house where a phone belonging to 25-year-old son of Finance Minister Colm Imbert was found.
Ball back in PSC court
There is no Government support for Harold Phillip as the Police Commissioner and it's back to the Police Service Commission on the issue.
$205,000 bail for 3 women on ganja charges
Area lockdown was obvious option
Calling for an immediate intervention in gang warfare following the Boardwalk triple murder, criminologist Dr Randy Seepersad yesterday called on the police to explain why they failed to arrest the shooters.
3 dead, 3 injured in Boardwalk shooting
Area lockdown was obvious option
Calling for an immediate intervention in gang warfare following the Boardwalk triple murder, criminologist Dr Randy Seepersad yesterday called on the police to explain why they failed to arrest the shooters
Businessman takes bullet for wife
A Barrackpore businessman was critically injured when he jumped in front of a gun pointed at his wife during an attempted robbery on Wednesday night.
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