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A credit union courier was killed by bandits in a daring daylight robbery at Shaw Park, Tobago, a killing which has left the island reeling. Sylvert Edwards, 64, of Carnbee, Tobago, was killed by the bandits as he sat in his car in the Thor Credit Union’s carpark around 11.30 am. The credit union shares the compound with the Tobago House of Assembly’s...

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Local government officials from several municipal and regional corporations are meeting to discuss the implementation of the Dog Control Act. The act became law in June but several sections are yet to be proclaimed and are now before the Legislative Review Committee.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

The Police Service has announced a zero tolerance on drunk driving in its ongoing effort to curb serious road accidents and fatalities. In a statement yesterday the Police Service said it has implemented a two-pronged approach to improve safety on the nation’s roadways. The first approached is ed

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams may have more support than he thinks. In the wake of a media report that Government was considering amending the Police Service Commission Act to allow a junior to be considered for the substantive post of commissioner before it was shelved due to a

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

The Highway Re-Route Movement (HRM) has been given the green light to take its longstanding legal battle, over an injunction stopping the construction of the Debe to Mon Desir segment of the Point Fortin Highway project, to the Privy Council.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

It has never been nor is it the Public Services Association’s (PSA) intention to pressure government into cancelling carnival 2015 regarding concerns over this country’s Ebola preparedness. However, PSA president Watson Duke is warning that the discussion could still take place if it becomes nece

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Comply!

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

A letter from the Integrity Commission has cleared People's National Movement whip Marlene McDonald.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Although the Public Services Association (PSA) has not rejected the 13 per cent offer from the Chief Personnel Officer (CPO) Stephanie Lewis, the association’s president Watson Duke says it is not enough for the 33,000 public servants that continue to operate on a 2010 salary.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Noting the prevalence of youths before the court on criminal offences, a Siparia magistrate yesterday granted bail totalling $450,000 to three schoolboys charged with beating and robbing a security officer at their school. Senior Magistrate Armina Deonarinesingh also ordered the three boys — two

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Pastor Bernard Andrews of the Dow Village Open Bible Church was granted $300,000 bail yesterday on two rape charges. The 47-year-old Siparia father of one appeared in the Siparia Magistrate’s Court hours after he gave himself up to the police. Andrews is accused of raping a teenager twice four ye

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