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The day after the acting Police Commissioner said no charges would be brought against the doctor or patient involved in the removal of cocaine pellets from a man’s stomach last year, the pressure group, Fixin’ T&T, is calling for the legal advice given to the police to be reviewed. Acting CoP

Peter Minshall 

UNC deputy leader Dr Roodal Moonilal has challenged PNM leader Dr Keith Rowley to say who paid for his overseas trips this year, claiming there were 15 trips and he has information on that. He made the call yesterday after PNM general secretary Ashton Ford said the UNC must be asked when it was h

Six illegal guns were seized by police during two anti-crime exercises in west and central Trinidad between Tuesday night and yesterday morning. Five of the weapons along with a quantity of ammunition and illegal drugs were recovered as Western Division police, led by Senior Supt Ishmael David, s

The nude body of a man found floating at Cap-de-Ville beach on Sunday has been identified as psychiatric patient Kevin John. Police said John, 29, of Baptiste Road, Point Fortin, was identified by his fingerprints yesterday. It was confirmed by his mother, Margaret John-Springlers, who told polic

Missing Mason Hall Secondary School student Shenel Forbes returned home on Tuesday night. Forbes, 14, a Form Two student, said she was at a friend’s house.

No charges are to be laid against the doctor who failed to report to police he had removed cocaine pellets from a patient's stomach during an emergency procedure late last year at a private hospital. So said acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams yesterday during the weekly media briefing at

Sitting under a tree in Woodford Square, Port-of-Spain, secretary of Fisherman and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) Gary Aboud made a tearful plea to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to mediate with the Highway Re-Route Movement (HRM), insisting that its leader Dr Wayne Kublalsingh will die at anyt

Community activist Brenan Daniel was arrested yesterday as Point Fortin and La Brea residents blocked vehicles from Brazilian construction firm Construtora OAS from exiting an asphalt plant which supplies material for the construction the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway extension to Point Fortin.

The T&T Publishers and Broadcasters Association (TTPBA) has joined with the Advertising Agencies Association (AAAT) to scrutinise closely the quality of advertisements in print and broadcast media. TTPBA president Daren Lee Sing revealed that in a telephone interview yesterday. He was respond

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