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Sunday, December 21, 2014

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Because I’m Black

He was promoted to Tobago to handle crime. Read more »

  • ...ACP Reyes ready to stamp out corruption in Tobago

    Tobago has a new Assistant Commissioner of Police in charge of law enforcement on the sister island. Read More »

  • BIGWU: Probe conduct of Industrial Court judge

    One of the country’s biggest trade unions has called on president of the Industrial Court Deborah Thomas-Felix to launch a full-scale investigation into one of her presiding judges. The Banking, Insurance and General Workers’ Union (BIGWU), in a strongly worded letter obtained by the Sunday Express, called on Thomas-Felix to probe “the conduct of Industrial Court Judge Brian Dabideen”. Read More »

  • Howai got more than $10m

    Finance and Economy Minister Larry Howai did not leave State-owned First Citizens with a golden handshake of $10 million. He actually left with $11.625 million. Read More »

  • PM seeks to bring back hanging

    PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar announced yesterday her Government will again be seeking to reintroduce the “hanging bill” next year, even though four years ago, it was defeated in Parliament. Read More »

  • Rowley: No issue with Marlene

    Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley says allegations raised against People’s National Move­ment (PNM) deputy poli­ti­cal leader Marlene McDonald are “not an issue with us”. Read More »

  • Killers knock down, shoot Morvant man

    A 28-YEAR-old Morvant man was murdered in Chaguanas yesterday, pushing the murder toll for the year so far to 399. Read More »

  • Manhunt for 4 detainees

    Four detainees of the Immi­gration Detention Centre (IDC) escaped from the centre on Friday. The escapees are nationals of Bar­bados, Jamaica, Grenada and Nigeria. Read More »

  • Clarke: No apology for speaking out

    Former Port of Spain alderman and treasurer of the Port of Spain South constituency Adrian Clarke is standing by his decision to speak out on the concerns raised against McDonald. Read More »

  • Marlene dismisses all allegations

    Incumbent Port of Spain South Member of Parliament (MP) Marlene McDonald claims she did not know her companion was a director of a nongovernmental organisation (NGO) that received grants from the Ministry of Community Development, which she once headed under the former People’s National Movement (PNM) administration. Read More »

  • Was Jesus of Nazareth real?

    Nearly everyone in the Western world knows about Jesus Christ. Even non-Christians and non-believers know something about his life and death—that he was born under a threat, became a well-known religious leader, and was crucified for his ideas. Many people believe that Jesus had miraculous powers, such as being able to heal the sick and walk on water. Read More »

  • Murder accused granted leave

    MURDER accused Shahzaad Rajack who, along with another man, was committed to stand trial in September for the murder of a mother and son in 2010, has been granted leave by a High Court judge to file a judicial review application against Deputy Chief Magistrate Mark Wellington. The magistrate failed to disclose his reasons for believing the State had made out a prima facie case during the preliminary enquiry. Read More »

  • Nacta poll: Kamla best political leader to unite T&T

    Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has beaten out competitors when voters were asked who among the political leaders would best unite Trinidad and Tobago. This was one of several findings of an opinion survey conducted by the North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA) earlier this month. Read More »

  • Murder 399

    Jonathan Moore, also known as “Tallo”, of Rosewood Avenue, Coconut Drive, was hit by a car carrying his killers, then shot dead. According to a police report, at around 8.30 a.m. Moore was at Nimblett Street, Enterprise, when a light blue Toyota Corolla, registration PCS 8314 with four male occupants all armed with firearms , approached him and the occupants began firing at him. Read More »

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