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Abrupt end for Archie
Posted: Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Privy Council reserves judgment in Archie's lawsuit
Five Law Lords of the Privy Council yesterday reserved judgment in Archie's appeal in which he is challenging the decision of three of his colleagues to dismiss his lawsuit over the investigation.

Abrupt end for Archie
No chance for LATT's lawyers to speak at the Privy Council in London, England, yesterday

Ramesh: Privy Council's mind already made up
...indicates that they have already made up their minds that Chief Justice Ivor Archie has lost and they would waste no further time on a "weak case".

Man gunned down just as son runs after pet

Le Hunte: Murphy's law in operation at WASA over past seven days

Govt wants 'closure' on CoP selection
FORMER Police Service Commission (PSC) chairman Nizam Mohammed yesterday said he would not be surprised if Government supports Gary Griffith to become the next Commissioner of Police (CoP).

PSC moves to submit another candidate

Former PSC head stands by Top CoP process
There is no magic fix to crime and a Commissioner of Police (CoP) will need a team under his wing to successfully battle the criminality plaguing this country

Govt to sue Nyree over Superfast Galicia
Al-Rawi said the Government is seeking possible damages against Alfonso for breach of fiduciary duty while she was working for the Port Authority as an adviser, to help them source a vessel to replace the Warrior Spirit on the inter-island seabridge

Al-Rawi: Be careful of saboteurs

Nidco mulls over free sailing on Galleons Passage

Praise for Rambharat as Scarlet Ibis gets protection
The Zoological Society of Trinidad and Tobago (ZSTT) has commended Government for the planned signing of the Legal Notice this Thursday declaring one of our national birds, the Scarlet Ibis as an Environmentally Sensitive Species (ESS).

Principals: We're just going to wait and see
Imbert gets $$ info from private secondary schools:

Ministry to fix small sinkhole on Beetham Highway

Sons of senior cop on ganja charges
Two sons of Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Harold Phillip have pleaded not guilty to marijuana trafficking.

Girl, 14, reported missing
Fourteen year old Aaliyah Addie, a ward of the St. Jude's Home for Girls in Belmont, has gone missing.

SRP father says marijuana all mine
SRP constable Osalade Carter, her 65-year-old father Anthony Carter and her common-law husband Travis Todd appeared in the Scarborough magistrates' court yesterday charged with having and cultivating marijuana.

Insurance broker robbed
TWO men pretending to be interested in purchasing insurance policies robbed the workers of an insurance agency yesterday at gunpoint.

Tobago prisoner captured shortly after escape

63-year-old man found dead in home
Officers of the Homicide Bureau Region 1 are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 63-year-old Clyde Alexander after he was found in his Duncan Street, Port of Spain home

Autopsy shows man beaten to death
An autopsy at the Forensic Sciences Centre in St James yesterday found that the 24-year-old of Jacksingh Trace, Woodland died as a result of blunt force trauma to the head.

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