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Posted: Thursday, August 16, 2018

Archie 'heartened' by Privy Council ruling
Although his appeal was dismissed by the Privy Council, Chief Justice Ivor Archie today issued a statement saying he was “nonetheless heartened by the decision” and noting that the law does not entitle the Law Association to investigate the CJ with a view to finding fact.

Archie loses at Privy Council
THE way has been cleared for the Law Association (LATT) to continue with its determination of whether there are sufficient grounds to petition the Prime Minister to invoke the impeachment provisions of section 137 of the Constitution to investigate allegations of misconduct against Chief Justice Ivor Archie.

Chief Justice Ivor Archie will know within a few hours whether the Law Association of T&T (LATT) has the authority to investigate him.

Hinds reports Beetham incident to police

Beetham councillor: I will continue to serve residents.

UNC: We didn't pay anyone to wet down Hinds

Garcia: Education for Beetham people
Youths to be taught more appropriate behaviours

Kamla joins sari protest.
'Sari protest' today...

Jearlean to PNM: Look in the mirror

Rambharat: Let's stop dumping in waterways

18 held on money laundering charges

TTPS: Man charged for money laundering
Port of Spain, Ag ASP Terrence Pierre said the value of the charge was US $693,040 and the charge was laid on March 1.

"Kidnap" victim rescued by police
Fisherman Kenny "Crazy" Sookdeo who was reportedly kidnapped by men pretending to be police officers on Monday was rescued by officers of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit in Mayaro yesterday.

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