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St Barb’s protests police killing

‘Lock them up now!’

ARMED with placards, dozens of people staged a noisy protest in St Barb’s, Laventille, yesterday, demanding that the policemen involved in killing 29-year-old Sheldon Des Vignes be arrested and charged forthwith...

 

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Accused cop cries cruelty

A police officer on two charges of corruption has complained to a magistrate that he was being ill-treated by his colleagues...

Bas: UNC to query cost of PNM retreat

The Opposition United National Congress Alliance (UNC-A) will be seeking to find out how much it may have cost the State for the week-long orientation session which the Government is now holding at the Salybia Nature Resort and Spa...

Cops’ homes searched for missing gun, ammo

At least five police officers could face disciplinary charges as the search continues for a missing Smith and Wesson pistol which disappeared from the Police Administration building in Port-of-Spain over the weekend...

Man gets $76,000 for police beating

A High Court judge has ordered the State to pay $76,000 in damages to a man who was beaten by an off-duty police officer...

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Central Bank worried by rise in consumer credit

Dr Shelton Nicholls, deputy governor research and policy at the T&T Central Bank, has labelled the growth of consumer credit as worrying to the domestic economy...

Mac Farlane tells the story of the Earth

WHILE SOME environmentalists may sacrifice their day jobs to take part in campaigns, band leader and designer Brian MacFarlane has done the opposite: he’s made it his day job to broadcast messages about saving the planet...

Dyson to miss Zimbabwe series

NEWLY APPOINTED coach of the West Indies cricket team John Dyson is going to miss the team’s tour of Zimbabwe that gets going on November 30...

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Public sector workers prevail

Government to pay $2 billion wage bill

When Parliament resumes, the newly-installed Patrick Manning-led Government’s first order of business will be to pay the $2.1-plus billion wage bill it agreed to with several unions prior to the November 5 general election...

 

Strolling Players to stage

Three new plays at City Hall

Freddie Kissoon’s Strolling Players Company has scheduled three new plays at the City Hall, Knox Street, Port-of-Spain, on November 15-17, at 8 30 pm each evening...

Accepting the outcome with grace

One thing is certain - change is inevitable. In cricket, as in all sporting disciplines, change has been rapid and continuous...

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