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Attorney General Anand Ramlogan will ask the acting Commissioner of Police to continue investigations into the case of a private nursing home patient who had 20 cocaine pellets removed from his stomach, despite the recent revelation that no charges can be laid against the doctor who failed to report the incident to police, or against anyone else involved...

In the first article yesterday we highlighted the celebration of National Library Week and the activities that are ongoing until November 2. Today you will find out just how your library works for you.

Frustrated by flooding over the past few months, residents of the Bel Air, La Romaine, say the highway construction is to blame and they want the problem to be resolved immediately.

Another accused in the murder trial of Vindra Naipaul-Coolman has denied any culpability in the businesswoman’s kidnapping as his statement to police was read out to the jury yesterday. 

Former national heavyweight boxer Wendell Joseph, 68, and his wife Erica, 56, escaped serious harm yesterday after an intruder tossed what appeared to be scratch bombs into their tent at the Queen's Park Savannah (QPS) at about 2.10 am.

Next month police officers interaction with the public will be monitored by mystery shoppers to assess their performance.

For those officers who get a failing grade, disciplinary action is one of the measures that can be taken, acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams said.

The UNC must be asked when it is having internal elections and if it holds executive meeting, instead of calling for the PNM to say who paid for its Hyatt convention, says PNM general secretary Ashton Ford.

The media and President Anthony Carmona have been described as “biggest failures” of this country by chairman of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) Jack Warner.

After 41 days of fasting, hunger striker Dr Wayne Kublalsingh does not think he can make it beyond the next two or three days.

And if he does not, his death will be a gift to the people of T&T, he says.

The anxiously awaited report from the National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) on its use of the recommendations of the Highway Review Committee may not be submitted until the end of the week.

T&T’s borders remain open to trans-Atlantic drug traffickers, gun-runners and smugglers despite the allocation of funds by Cabinet to fund at least 21 crime-fighting initiatives which remain on hold.