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Posted: Saturday, January 11, 2020

Advocates: Domestic killings not about passion

PM: We must protect our women
Dr Rowley acknowledged with "great sadness" media reports that three women, and a total of five persons, had been murdered in the past two weeks, as a result of domestic violence. He expressed his "sincere deepest condolences to the victims' families, their friends and acquaintances."

Men should 'get out and get help'
Weighing in on recent murders of women linked to domestic issues...

Philip murder suspect's lawyers ask for his release

Citizens getting their bulbs by April
Public Utilities Minister Robert LeHunte says the distribution will take place by March or April this year and a total of four bulbs will be given to each household.

Kublalsingh to cross-examine Sinanan
Kublalsingh filed the claim last February after he alleged that Sinanan reneged on a promise made during a meeting with HRM member in March 2017 to halt work on the contentious Debe to Mon Desir segment of the highway, and to consult with the HRM before resuming any work in that section.

67 bands in Junior Panorama
Garcia said at the launch, pan is one of those ingredients that adds to the vibrancy of TT's education system.

Record number of bands in 2020 Schools Panorama

16 vie for NWAC Calypso Queen crown

Vieira: Greatest day of my life
TT skier 42nd in Winter Youth Olympics debut

Jamil's long journey to Trinidad, and death
Ahmed was found knifed to death in an apartment in Siparia on Monday. The $30,000 he had accumulated from his roadside food business was likely stolen.

George St murder victim's husband: 'Social media doing more harm than good'
Hernandez-Patterson was in a maxi taxi when four men drove up and started shooting with high-powered rifles. She was shot in the heart from behind. Several other people were wounded.

Attorney wants bail variation for Transformed Life Ministries accused
He asked that Jaggernauth no longer be made to report to the Chaguanas police station, which was one of the conditions of her bail, along with surrendering her passport and making no attempt to contact the complainant.

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