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Kamla slams lack of anti-crime plan
Posted: Saturday, October 7, 2023

Kamla slams lack of anti-crime plan in Budget
No prosperity without safety first

Opposition Leader says 2024 Budget irrelevant and ignores realities facing citizens

Kamla: Imbert's plan doomed to fail CRIME WILL STUNT GROWTH

Chief Justice: Public-sector reform needed
Renewing calls for the Judiciary's increased autonomy, Chief Justice Ivor Archie lamented on Friday that public services, including the Judiciary, were being crushed by "structural and systemic" deficiencies which require "major public-sector reform" to address.

Country's murder toll worries Chief Justice

Persad-Bissessar again calls for hold on Property Tax
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has again called on Government to desist from charging property tax on citizens who are already reeling from high food prices, high fuel prices, increasing transport costs and soon, higher electricity and water prices.

Imbert: A third of Trinidad and Tobago's workers don't make NIS contributions

Diabolical plan of retirement at 65

DNA delays unacceptable
The long, excruciating wait by the family of fisherman Rishi Khemchan for closure in his tragic death is finally coming to an end, more than eight months after he and three other men disappeared after setting off from Guayaguayare on a fishing trip in early February.

Although Khemchan's remains were retrieved a week later in a mangrove in Venezuela, his relatives have been put through the frustrating bureaucracy of the body's delayed return to T&T and then a months-long wait for positive identification through DNA testing.

Venezuelan woman detained for dumping baby in garbage in Maraval
Unconfirmed reports state that the woman was arrested at her workplace, Weili Chinese Restaurant and Bar, located at Bowen Street in Maraval on Friday night.

It is alleged that the woman lived upstairs the Restaurant where she worked.

Estate police head after killing: We need bulletproof vests
Richardson said the association was trying to get details of the tragedy. The association is saddened by his passing. We are not sure about the circumstances of this killing, but we are making all attempts to get the information as to whether he was carrying a gun or was wearing a bulletproof vest," Richardson told Newsday on Friday.

San Fernando doctor fined for drug trafficking
Police say Andell Jaggernath, of Diamond Village, San Fernando, was held with ecstasy, ketamine and psilocybin (magic mushrooms).



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