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Massy initiates 'disciplinary process'
Posted: Wednesday, December 20, 2023

Massy initiates 'disciplinary process' against executive VP
Accusations of bizarre rituals, wasting of foreign currency...

Massy starts disciplinary process against outspoken executive
... says Parisot-Potter's claims of training workers to communicate with dead scandalous

Imbert: Customs working late to clear Christmas packages backlog
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert said on Tuesday that customs officers often diverted from their usual duties were working late nights to clear 150,000 packages imported this month. He was replying to an urgent question by Opposition Senator Wade Mark in the Senate.

Impact of minimum wage increase on inflation
In the FY2023/24 Budget Statement, the Minister of Finance indicated that effective January 1, 2024 a minimum wage order will be effected, raising the minimum wage to $20.50 per hour.

Judge orders compensation for man's wrongful arrest in 2016
On Monday, Justice Jacqueline Wilson ordered more than $.5 million in compensation for Brian Lewis. This sum could reach closer to $1 million when interest, ordered by the court on the compensation, is tallied.

Blessing in disguise
THERE HAS long been something irregular, it seems to us, about the ease with which search warrants are obtained from justices of the peace (JPs). Warrants are incredibly important. With them, homes can be invaded, business premises searched, assets seized and people arrested. Yet, there is the perception that the process is not rigorous; that JPs have often been approached by policemen to rubber stamp mere suspicions and not reasonable grounds for belief; and that the ease with which these documents are procured speaks to nefarious intentions, if not malice.

'TTPS can't do it by themselves'
Criminologist: Whole-of-society approach needed to tackle crime...

Caught lying in court case... WPC under probe

Tobago left stunned as woman set on fire, killed
Tobago police suspect a domestic dispute may have been the motive behind the murder of 40-year-old Janelle Thomas of Signal Hill, who was doused with gasoline and set on fire in Mt Irvine yesterday morning.

Early morning double murder rocks Tobago
Less than 23 hours after Tobago recorded its 11th murder, police were called to a double murder just after 1 am at Milford Road, Crown Point.

Tobago's murder toll now stands at a record high of 13 for 2023.

3 South Florida residents indicted for kidnapping, murder in missing Trini man's death
Suren Seetal, 36, was an airplane mechanic, and worked at Opa-locka Airport and Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport.

"After leaving work, Seetal's telephone was in the vicinity of Dr. HVAC, Singh's air conditioning business, before going off network shortly thereafter," the statement said.

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