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OUTBURSTS of praise, in Islam, were heard in the Port-of- Spain Eighth Magistrates Court yesterday after 13 persons charged with being gang members, in the Dana Seetahal murder inquiry, were set free. In a ruling against an application by the prosecution, to amend the gang-member charges, Senior Magistrate Indrani Cedeno said it would not be in the(...)

ROMAN Catholic priest Father Clyde Harvey, urged citizens to take responsibility for Trinidad and Tobago and prayed for the safety of all men and women in the protective services. Harvey made the statements yesterday during the funeral service for murdered army corporal Jerry Leacock at the Holy Rosary Cathedral on Park Street.

UP TO YESTERDAY, Parliament officials were yet to be notified of an assent from President Anthony Carmona in relation to legislation designed to widen the sanctioned powers of the Strategic Services Agency (SSA).

SEVERAL homeless 11persons yesterday took 11Port-of-Spain Mayor 11Keron Valentine to 11task over his decision 11to shut the gates at historic 11Tamarind Square 11which for many years 11were their ‘home.’ 11‘Garvin’, a 55-yearold 11street dweller, who 11says that he has been 11homeless for almost 30 11year, told Newsday that 11the Mayor’s decision t(...)

A 33-YEAR-OLD Mayaro man drowned while bathing in the sea close to his home at about 8 am on Thursday.

PORT-OF-SPAIN Mayor Keron Valentine is standing by his statement that a lawsuit brought by a member of the public, on behalf of the homeless living in Tamarind Square, Port-of-Spain, is ridiculous.

CRINIMONOGIST Prof Ramesh Deosaran yesterday said Government must move swiftly to determine the authenticity of the voice recording which spoke of an alleged threat of an ISIS attack on shopping malls throughout the country. “For me, the issue of verification stands out and it must be established by the authorities,” he said in a telephone intervie(...)



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