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Gary Griffith must resign
Posted: Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Seales: Gary gave police courage

Mom of son killed by police: Gary Griffith must resign
She says she has spoken to the brother of one of the men who managed to escape and the details (which can't be revealed because of hearsay) suggest that the men and teens were executed.

CoP hit for defending shooting before probe
Attorney Mario Merritt has condemned Police Commissioner Gary Griffith for defending his officers following last Thursday's shooting, which left five Laventille residents dead, before an investigation is conducted.

You will be flushed out, prosecuted
Acting Commissioner sends warning to rogue officers:

Antoine: careful it backfires
PROF Rose-Marie Belle Antoine yesterday warned that hardline action against criminals will likely backfire and cause an escalation of crime.

'He made me smile'
Trou Macaque mother loses son, gains grandson

Wear white for Shadow tribute today
In a final tribute to Shadow (Winston Bailey) the public has been invited to wear white, line the route of the funeral procession and wave something white.

Tobago to be Shadow's final resting place

OWTU gearing up for court battle
All Petrotrin workers get termination letters

'Make Divali Nagar a national festival'

Help load dump trucks
Kelly Village/Warrenville councillor:

Pensioner: Diego corporation must do better
Garbage everywhere

No government reactionů
WITH no response to their protest earlier this month, Point Fortin to San Fernando taxi drivers withheld their services for another day yesterday, to draw attention to their deplorable road conditions.

A graveyard in the Gulf of Paria

'Earthquake hazard is real'
THE seven earthquakes which the country experienced in the last week are not a sign that "the big one" is imminent.

Prisoners break out of truck in Manzanilla
The taste of freedom was short lived for two prisoners on Monday after they escaped from a prison vehicle in Mayaro.

Police probe conduct of fellow officer
Allegations were made that the officer went to the Chaguanas Police Station last Saturday and ordered that a suspect, who had been detained at that time on allegations of domestic abuse, be released.

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