Happy hour over
Posted: Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Happy hour over
Griffith keeps hard line against criminals
$21 million bail for 10
Long hearing for corporation fraud accused
Israel Khan writes Griffith: Still too many Afros in Police Service.
Khan also reminds Griffith of his, Griffith's, mixed ethnicity and implores him to include "other" ethnic groups in the service.
Jack, Alfonso hail impending appointment
FORMER national security ministers Jack Warner and Carl Alfonso yesterday welcomed the Parliament's approval of Gary Griffith as the next Police Commissioner.
Griffith: Measure me by murder toll
Gary: I won't be a political puppet
PM: Emulate resilience of our African ancestors
Couva/Point Lisas Chamber strongly supports new bid for ArcelorMittal plant
Two years after multi-national steel company ArcelorMittal shut down its operation in Pt Lisas, a new company – Macarri Steel Holdings Ltd (MSH) – wants to buy those assets and revitalise TT's steel industry.
Smokey's family to get $3.5M in compensation
McKenzie died on December 21, 2010, and his wife filed the case against the centre for medical expenses and $16 million for loss of earnings and the US$567,000 spent on his medical care in the United States before his death.
Cabrera defends worker productivity in T&T
President of the Banking, Insurance and General Workers Union (BIGWU) Vincent Cabrera believes there is too much negative propaganda which espouses the incorrect view that T&T workers are unproductive.
Duke: Put $$ in public servants' accounts
This was the demand made by president of the Public Services Association Watson Duke yesterday after refusing a zero per cent offer from the Chief Personal Officer (CPO) in May.
Venezuelan loses extradition challenge
A VENEZUELAN man who is wanted in the United States on drug-trafficking charges has lost his challenge of his extradition.
Woman sentenced to time already spent in jail
A SURINAME woman who spent five years and seven months in jail awaiting her trial for an offence, which carries a maximum penalty of five years, has been sentenced by a High Court judge, and ordered to repay her victim.
Judge stays indictment; former cop freed
A HIGH COURT judge has stayed an indictment against a former policeman who was accused of corruptly soliciting and receiving a bribe in 2005.
Third suspect charged with killing Tunapuna man
Adrian ‘Lucky' Garcia, a 28-year-old labourer, of Madras Road Extension, Cunupia, is also charged with robbery with aggravation.
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