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Potential for abuse
Posted: Thursday, July 4, 2024

Potential for abuse, says Vieira
Vieira argued the use of polygraph tests could cause "cultural issues" in Trinidad and Tobago.

"For example, if you have a white polygraph examiner interrogating a little black boy, how is that going to work out? What kind of language you going to be using?

AG names Mendes as Whistleblower adviser
Attorney General Reginald Armour yesterday revealed that Douglas Mendes was the senior counsel who advised the Government that the Whistleblower Protection Bill could be passed by a simple majority.

FUL racket? PM shares findings of report in Parliament
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said several concerns have been raised into the process of Firearms User Licenses (FULs) applications and approvals, citing several examples of alleged indiscrepancies.

Griffith fires back, slams 'dangerous infatuation'

Joint chambers ship relief supplies to affected islands
Ramdeen also appealed to its members to reach out to the TTMA at (868) 675-8862 to coordinate dropping off items at the port.

NGOs lose lawsuit against PM, Cabinet over San Fernando HDC project
A GROUP of NGOs from south Trinidad have lost their lawsuit against the Prime Minister and his Cabinet over plans to construct an apartment complex at Todd Street, San Fernando.

On July 4, Justice Jacqueline Wilson held that the Cabinet's decision to transfer the land to the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) fell within the scope of its constitutional power.

Family of Belmont murder victim: He was no gunman
Levei Morgan-Gloud, 21, was attending a wake at Layan Hill, Upper St Francois Valley Road, when, at around 8.15 pm, residents heard a gunshot.

Upon checking, they found Morgan-Gloud lying on the ground in the front yard of the house.

Family of dead woman seeking answers 3 years later

Murder victim's sister: 'I feel sorry for the country'

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