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'I can't do this on my own'
Posted: Tuesday, July 31, 2018

'I can't do this on my own'
Incoming Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith says "time is not on my side and I have no intention to ask for a honeymoon period," as he gets ready to assume the job of top cop.

Gary confirmed as CoP: His message to citizens

Rowley: Why I backed Gary

Was Gary involved in wiretapping conspiracy?

Dulalchan withdraws legal action
Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police Deodat Dulalchan says there will be no further legal action against the Police Service Commission as he now intends to move forward and work with the incoming Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith.

Ramesar urges cops to work with Griffith
SECRETARY of the Police Social and Welfare Association ASP Anand Ramesar yesterday appealed to all police officers to allow public safety and duty and responsibility to override all emotions on the issue of Gary Griffith being their new commissioner

Seales has no comment
Last week he clearly objected to Gary Griffith as police commissioner but yesterday had no comment when Griffith was approved by Parliament for the top job.

They were special forces
Dookeran refutes Samaroo's coup claim:

Petrotrin takes out ad to outline its finances
State oil company Petrotrin is laying out the facts of its financial status in an advertisement published in the press, enumerating its overall performance, employee costs, including overtime and vacation payouts, and debt.

Cuffie takes in debate at home
LA Horquetta/Talparo MP Maxie Cuffie yesterday watched the House of Representatives approve Gary Griffith's nomination to be Commissioner of Police, from the comfort of his home.

Privy Council reserves ruling on FFOS Manzanilla highway challenge

Man-made and environmental danger lurks
Harm from squatting, illegal quarrying?

2,500 people die each year from heart disease

SoE detainee awarded $250,000
Welder wins SoE lawsuit

Two corporation employees, eight 'ghosts' in court today
... charged jointly with 1200 counts of conspiracy to defraud, money laundering and falsification of accounts.

'Smeagle' charged with murder
A Carapichaima man is scheduled to appear before the Chaguanas Magistrates' Court on Monday charged with the July 21 murder of 25-year-old Nicholas Narine.

'I did it for love of country' says man who stopped thief
Marshall stopped his pick-up truck in the middle of the street, and confronted the suspected thief who was pulling a 20 pound cooking gas cylinder over a fence.

Sentence too lenient, says victim
8 years jail for armed bandit

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