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Thursday, January 29, 2015

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WEST HEADS TO DPP

Director of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) David West  has prepared a statement to hand over to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard, SC.  Read more »

  • Henville’s husband can give statement when cleared by doctors

    Police are continuing their investigation into the murder of media personality and TV host Marcia Henville, who was killed at her St Augustine home on Saturday. Read More »

  • Low prices a major economic test for T&T

    Sustained low oil and gas prices will continue to be a “major economic challenge to Trinidad and Tobago” this year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned. Read More »

  • Al-Rawi: Litigation through reporters

    Faris Al-Rawi, lawyer for Dr Keith Rowley, confirmed yesterday that he received notification around 3 p.m. on Tuesday via e-mail from the Judicial Support Officer to Justice Ronnie Boodoosingh that the Emailgate defamation action had been assigned to this judge. Read More »

  • ...Working draft of witness statement existed since June

    A working draft of the witness statement of Police Complaints Authority (PCA) director David West existed since June, 2014, according to court documents filed in the Section 34 defamation case brought by Attorney General Anand Ramlogan against Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley. Read More »

  • I’m not the least bit worried

    Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner said yesterday he was not worried about any investigation into him but criticised President Anthony Carmona for being disrespectful for informing the media first of the probe. Read More »

  • It’s my duty

    Allegations of witness tampering with respect to the offer of the job of Police Complaints Authority (PCA) director to David West, in exchange for the withdrawal of his witness statement, has placed the very appointment of PCA director in question, Legal Affairs Minister Prakash Ramadhar said yesterday. Read More »

  • I never intended to kill him

    AN acting police sergeant who shot and killed a relative on Monday night at their Freeport home said he had to protect his loved ones from the man who threatened to kill him and his family. Read More »

  • Suspected ‘pepper spraying’ pupils released

    Four pupils who were initially detained by police for the suspected pepper spray attack at Morvant/Laventille Secondary School on Tuesday have been released. Read More »

  • Benjai lucky to be alive, should be charged

    The Trinidad and Tobago Police Ser­vice Social and Welfare Associa­tion (TTPSSWA) is of the opinion soca artiste Benjai (Rodney Le Blanc) should be charged for his role in allegedly breaching a police escort along the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway on Sunday. Read More »

  • Hosein: Derelict bikes a waste of taxpayer $$

    A DECADE ago, seven motorcycles were purchased by the San Fernando City Corporation to be used by the city police to patrol the area and enforce the laws. Read More »

  • UWI lecturers to release grades today

    West Indies Group of Uni­versity Teachers (WIGUT) president Dr Russell Ramsewak said yesterday students should be able to access their results online from today, to proceed with their registration at The University of the West Indies, (The UWI) St Augustine. Read More »

  • 2 held at hospital as cops search for Salma’s killer

    A tip-off from a member of the public yesterday morning led police officers to the Port of Spain General Hospital, in search of murder suspect Azad Ali, also known as “Goat”.But while the offi­cers did not find Ali at the hospital, they came across two men wanted on outstanding warrants in relation to “serious offences” and they were detained. Read More »

  • 4 rivals take on Manning

    Patrick Manning has com­petition. At least four contenders have written to the San Fernando East constituency executive, expressing interest in being nominated to be screened for the seat which Manning has held for 44 years. Read More »

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