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Privy Council rules against Chief Justice
Posted: Friday, August 17, 2018

Privy Council rules against Chief Justice
The Law Association has been given the all clear to complete its investigation into the veracity of misconduct allegations levelled against embattled Chief Justice Ivor Archie.

Lawyers: Enough evidence to trigger impeachment of CJ

RBC glitch affects customers
RBC Royal Bank (RBC) is denying that hacking was behind yesterday's service disruption across TT.

Sari protesters demand apology from PM

Opposition Leader frightened by Stuart Young's "fun" sari skit

Despite no ban on broadcast media: President to be reported by media watchdog

TTMA welcomes Caricom CSME meeting

ttt re-launch on target

Met Service: More bad weather coming
Still reeling from recent widespread flooding, the nation is being warned about more bad weather and possible flash flooding, a tropical system, which has the potential to form into a tropical storm, approaches

Debe residents counting flood losses
POOR drainage is being blamed for widespread flooding in Debe on Tuesday that cost residents thousands of dollars in damage.

Lifeguards understaffed: Bathers and staff at risk

Griffith sits in hot seat today
Gary Griffith will officially start duties as Commissioner of Police (CoP) and will occupy the office at Police Headquarters in Port of Spain.

Caustic death
Relatives shocked at how 13-year-old girl met her demise

Family doctor killed during robbery
The murder of 79-year-old family doctor during an armed robbery sent shock waves in the eastern town of Sangre Grande yesterday.

Mothers of double homicide lament- Killers taking over

La Puerta residents plead for more police patrols
Residents of La Puerta, Diego Martin are calling on frequent police patrols in the area in a bid to restore a sense of security following Wednesday's double murder

Gun, ammo, drugs found in abandoned cars

Kidnap survivor tells relatives: 'God was in my mind'
Soogrim, 46, a fisherman and father of two, was kidnapped from his home at Union Road in La Brea on Monday at about 3 am. Reports are three men, two dressed in police tactical uniform, took him away from the family's home

Five business owners arrested
FIVE business owners, among them three women, were arrested by South-Western Division police late Wednesday for failing to pay gaming taxes for the roulette machines in their businesses.

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