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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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FLY OUT, CAL

There should be a separate airline to service the Trinidad to Tobago airbridge. Read more »

  • LifeSport was easy $$

    FOR NEARLY two years Jim John (not his real name) claimed he cashed close to $2 million in cheques for the LifeSport programme and has never lifted a finger to work in it. Read More »

  • Engineer fired

    Legal action is being taken against an engineering consultant to recover millions lost in the Brechin Castle Packinghouse project after it was found his qualifications were questionable and works were riddled with expensive problems. Read More »

  • Wife bought those tickets

    Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) judge Jacob Wit has admitted he asked his former driver to sell tickets for a Carnival show, but they were pre-bought tickets and not the complimentary ones given to him by the National Carnival Commission (NCC). Read More »

  • Cops get fingerprints

    Fingerprints have been lifted from documents which were next to an envelope containing the $179,000 in ticket sales for the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) which was stolen from an office at the Queen’s Park Oval in St Clair. Read More »

  • Cause of death heart failure

    Footballer Marcus Lawrence died from heart failure caused by a defect in the mitral valve of the organ, an autopsy found yesterday. Read More »

  • Soldiers on search & entry exercises

    The Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago yesterday expressed “deep concern” over recent reports that members of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force were executing what appeared to be search and entry exercises into the private property of citizens and were attempting to effect arrests of citizens. Read More »

  • Homeless man shot and wounded

    A homeless man has been shot and wounded by a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force following an altercation in Arouca on Sunday afternoon. Read More »

  • Police quiz Morvant mother over ‘shovel’ video

    Police are questioning a Morvant mother in connection with an online video of a woman beating a young child about the body with a metal shovel, which went viral on several social media sites last week. Read More »

  • ‘Prom King’ hangs self after argument

    A 16-year-old Penal schoolboy, who was voted “Prom King” last month at his high school graduation, is suspected to have committed suicide yesterday after a dispute with his father. Read More »

  • Pensions bills in danger of lapsing

    Parliament might be hard-pressed to meet the August 2 deadline for the resolution of the issues relating to the Judges Salaries and Pensions Bill, the Legislative Retiring Allowances Bill and the Procurement Bill. Read More »

  • Met Office: Tropical depression no threat

    AT 5 p.m. yesterday, Tropical Depression #Two formed east of the Lesser Antilles and although this storm is of no immediate threat to Trinidad, Tobago and Grenada, the general public is advised to monitor the movement of the system. Read More »

  • Fraser: I’m ready to fight this case

    THE contents of two statements given to police by one of the men accused of murdering Chaguanas businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman were revealed at the Hall of Justice in Port of Spain yesterday when the trial resumed before Justice Malcolm Holdip and a 12-member jury. Read More »

  • Bail set at $60,000 for rape accused

    A Gasparillo man appeared in the San Fernando First Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with rape. Read More »

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