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Appeal Court rules
Posted: Thursday, October 12, 2023

Appeal Court rules: Ayers-Caesar still a High Court judge
FORMER Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar has emerged victorious in her continued legal battle against the Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC) headed by Chief Justice Ivor Archie which she said forced her out of office as a High Court judge in 2017.

Highway widening project to bring relief to motorists
According to Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan, there are several projects planned across the country that would lead to traffic alleviation

He noted these include several areas in and around Chaguanas which has been challenged by traffic problems.

T&T imports 3,000 tonnes of bulk salt from Venezuela

Return of fool's gold at Cedros
The many people who requested to visit the site of the gold were disappointed. Stones had lost the lustre that they were known for. The point of interest became just another usual area along our coastline. The gold rush was over.

Our Cognitive Health matters at all ages
"Our mind, our rights"

San Fernando Mayor: Fathers must do their part to curb rising crime

Mandatory national service to be implemented for wayward students
The Education Minister made the revelation in parliament on Wednesday.

Cops seize 35 high-powered guns, ammo in Santa Cruz
Speaking after the weapons and ammunition were gathered and displayed, Police Commissioner Erla Harewood-Christopher commended the officers for their efforts in tracking and finding the weapons.

Describing the discovery of the weapons as "historic", she said the recent seizure was testament to the ability of the police to fight crime.

Referring to the calibre of ammunition seized, she said the danger posed by criminals was real and hoped the exercise had renewed a sense of hope and confidence in the police.

Police stop fuel for drugs exchange
Police seized 60 barrels of fuel in Los Iros, which was suspectedly intended to be traded for narcotics with a drug trafficking network in South America.

Gunmen ambush, wound prison boss' bodyguard
Suspect detained seeking treatment at hospital

Music producer killed buying food; dad says nowhere in T&T safe again
Investigators said the shooting may have been related to Trinibad music, which has been associated with gang activity. Officers were, however, unsure if Nandram was the intended target.

Father pleads with judge to show his son's killer 'no mercy'
Leverne Lyons was gunned down after a fete on Cipriani Boulevard in 2009 during Carnival celebrations.

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