Posted: Saturday, December 22, 2018
Rowley looks to medical marijuana: big difference between decriminalization and legalisation of marijuana.
Decriminalisation of marijuana in T&T by June 2019 says Rowley
CoP defiant on shoot to kill directive
Policy not changing
Senate passes 'funny money' bill
THE Senate on Wednesday night passed a bill to amend several laws that aim to curb money laundering – the Miscellaneous Provisions (Proceeds of Crime, Anti-Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Unit of Trinidad and Tobago) Bill 2018.
Young: Kidnapping for drugs
MANY recent cases of kidnapping were largely related to the illegal drug-trade, said Minister of National Security Stuart Young, excluding that of mother of three Natalie Pollonais.
Minister: Make me an SRP
NCRHA in finals for Inter-American Development Bank Innovation Award
Four of the NCRHA's new healthcare initiatives have been recognized by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) for their contribution to national development and healthcare delivery in Trinidad and Tobago.
Moonilal hits secrecy at Udecott
Heritage Petroleum claims sabotage in oil leak
Quinam gets $12m facelift
Appeal court overrules judge
No $.5m compensation for juvenile delinquents
Refugee children should be in school system
SINCE 2017, Living Water Community has been helping to provide a child-friendly space for the growing numbers of refugee children in TT with the unofficial School of Hope
Bail revoked for mom charged with abandoning children
Ex-lover's extreme rage ends in bloodshed
IN A FIT of rage, Dillon Bedassie, 24, went to the home of his ex-girlfriend in Siparia yesterday and fired shots at her house. He then shot himself in the head and died at the back of the house.
Five escape from Immigration Detention Centre
Krishna Bailey, a 22-year-old Jamaican national; Ryan Badal a 23-year-old Guyanese national; and three Venezuelan nationals; 24-year-old Rodney Noel Reyes Mendoza; 27-year-old Jose Luis Ramirez Yanez and 32-year-old Luis Carlos Sifontes.
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