Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Young slams UNC partnership with 'criminals'
Stuart probes contracts for gang leaders
UNC PRO: AG deflecting from his incompetence
UNC PRO Anita Haynes has responded to Attorney General Faris Al Rawi's comments that the Opposition was not supporting certain bills by saying he is "a stranger to the truth."
PM: PNM not involved with criminal conduct
Clinic loses bid to censor protesting patient
A private medical institution in San Fernando has lost its bid to censor the social media posts of an attorney, who is claiming that she suffered a radiation overdose during a routine CT scan.
MATT: Watch your words, Gary
SAYING the media's role is to cover all angles of a subject, the Media Association of TT (MATT) on Monday urged Police Commissioner Gary Griffith to be more careful in his choice of words, so as to not create an impression he opposes a free press.
MATT to CoP Griffith:
Press freedom part of democracy
Scrap iron dealers object to new CEC rule
Scrap iron dealers are claiming that a new requirement to submit a Certificate of Environmental Clearance in order to get an operating licence can effectively shut down the multi-million dollar industry.
Sando honours 'Prof' Philmore with street sign
Six-foot long street named after Ken "Professor" Philmore
CoP tells Burke to report errant officers
Commissioner of Police (CoP) Gary Griffith has reminded citizens that there are mechanisms in place to seek redress should any member of the public feel aggrieved by the actions of members of the Police Service.
Autopsy: Toddler suffocated in burning car
Lock up! - Police to deal severely with fighting students
Diabetic amputee growing ganja as medicine, arrested
Spanish, Chemist in court on minor ganja charges
Two Beetham Gardens community leaders who were arrested during the T&T Police Service (TTPS)'s anti-gang operations last week appeared in court yesterday for simple possession of marijuana.
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