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AG Jeremie warns: No one will be above the law

Government launched another anti-crime offensive yesterday, including moves to resume hangings and a proposed “emergency” legislative package involving a return of the police reform and bail bills, Attorney General John Jeremie revealed...

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Singh: UNC open to crime talks

Opposition Chief Whip Ganga Singh says the United National Congress is open to dialogue with the Government on any effective anti-crime measures, but this must include amendments to the Police Reform Bills...

66 gangs operating throughout T&T

Joseph beefs up forces for manhunt

An Incident Co-ordinating Centre has been established —with foreign input—to deal with kidnappings, National Security Minister Martin Joseph has said...

Welfare body comes to ACIB’s defence

Police act on evidence only

The T&T Police Social and Welfare Association has taken offence at comments by certain politicians that the Anti-Corruption Investigations Bureau was being dictated to by the Government to do its “dirty work,” saying the comments are unfair and of concern to the association...

Sudama, Panday talk after four-year exile

UNC healing starts

On the eve of his second appearance in Port-of-Spain Magistrates’ Court, UNC leader Basdeo Panday received a visit yesterday from estranged colleague Trevor Sudama at the Maximum Security Prison in Golden Grove, Arouca...

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T&TEC system loses $52m a year

The average annual cost of total system losses of the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission is calculated at $52.7 million per year for the period 1999 to 2003, said Jenelle Crosby, compliance analyst of the Regulated Industries Commission yesterday...

Developing nation’s youth

When Lt Randall A Roberts was in high school, his one wish was to take part in an Independence Day Parade...

Kaneria rips apart Windies’ top order

Pakistan close in on win

Leg-spinner Danish Kaneria ripped apart the West Indies top order yesterday, as Pakistan closed in on a series-levelling victory on the fourth day of the second and final Test at Sabina Park...

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Hilton polishes image, takes on new look

After months of planning, the $220 million renovation of the Hilton Trinidad gets underway at the end of next week...

Boogsie, Phase II, shine in Barbados

Petrotrin Phase II Pan Groove invoked the spirit of John Lennon on Saturday at the Barbados Pan Festival...

With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekend’s major fetes...

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