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Caught with protected Green Turtle
Posted: Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Four caught in Cedros with protected Green Turtle

A CHELONIA Mydas, commonly known as a green sea turtle, had an extraordinary journey from being grabbed and forced into a crocus bag, to being rescued on Monday, taken to court as evidence in a case against four men and finally, yesterday, taken to a beach in Cedros where it crawled into the sea and swam off.

Gadsby-Dolly: NCC requests $73m more

T&T still prepared to mediate Venezuela's political crisis

Survivors want a say in sex-offence law
The group does not believe all offenders for all offences should be placed on the register and suggests that be done at a judge's discretion for a period which must be specified.

Al-Rawi: PP govt stayed quiet on JLSC
"It is, therefore, remarkable," he said, "that the UNC, that Devant Maharaj, sitting as a minister in the cabinet of Kamla Persad-Bissessar could have had no objection to the constitution of the JLSC for the entire period 2008 straight up to 2015."

JLSC's past composition 'shameful'
JUST why the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (JLSC) did not get it right is shameful for TT, former vice president of the Law Association (LATT) Hendrickson Seunath commented yesterday.

Styrofoam ban legislation coming soon

Red Howler monkeys to become Environmentally Sensitive Species

UNC leader: 'TT, unite!'

Deyalsingh: Most imported malaria cases Venezuelan
Deyalsingh also said of the 40 laboratory-confirmed cases of malaria in TT in 2018, 38 were imported and of those, 33 were from Venezuela, four from Guyana and one from Ghana. For 2019 there have been four laboratory-confirmed cases, all from Venezuela.

San Fernando to celebrate late icons

Lawyers: Las Alturas inquiry findings sound

Judge on police: 'Worst type of malice'
A HIGH COURT judge who ordered compensation for a man arrested in December 2011 said if it had been within his powers, he would have made the police officers responsible pay personally.

Pollonais kidnap accused tries for bail again

Killed for defiance
Man refuses to leave Sea Lots home after threats

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