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MAGISTRATES now face personal liability for their decisions, the Appeal Court ruled in July, and this ruling could have a terrifying effect on them, said Independent Senator Anthony Vieira yesterday. The Senate debated a change to the Magistrates Protection Act to require that anyone suing a...
More than 108 displaced people at Riverside carpark, PoS will benefit from having access to a well-established library after an estimated $25,000 donation from the Digicel Foundation. At the official opening of the library today, Rudolph Boneo, national president for the Society of St Vincent De...
Cleve Calderon, founder of Cleve’s One Stop Music Shop, who died last Friday at 72, will be buried tomorrow in Arima, after a funeral at Santa Rosa RC Church, Woodford Street, Arima, starting at 11 am. At the service, Calderon will be eulogised by his granddaughter Cylene Bleasdelle and a special...
People from East, South and Central Trinidad have taken to WASA’s Facebook page to vent their frustration over a lack of water, even as WASA admitted a big shortfall in water from the Point Lisas desalination plant, which the Government promised to address by tomorrow. A Williamsville mother...
A FAMILY of three has appeared before a Sangre Grande magistrate jointly charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition, over the weekend. Clint Ramkissoon, 39; wife Taslimah Meighoo Ramkissoon, 23, and Clint's brother Daniel Ramkissoon, 37, all of Toco Main Road, Matura stood before Senior...
THE sex party that is to take place somewhere off Trinidad's mainland is not the first this country has seen according to an organiser. In a WhatsApp interview with Newsday earlier, a male organiser said they had sex parties in the country before. The man did not disclose where in the past the sex...
WHAT manner of men will break down the door to the home of a simple peace-loving family, chop the mother across the eye, threaten to kidnap her four-year-old daughter, demand cash and jewellery and bite a 74-year-old? The bandits made off with $2,000 of the family's sou-sou money, which they would...
THE Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) will tomorrow (Thursday) stage the second lap of its motorcade from San Fernando to Nelson Mandela Park, Port of Spain. In a media release, MSJ's leader David Abdulah said police permission had been granted and the motorcade begins tomorrow at 8 am. Its...
Acting general manager of the Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA) Deowattee Dilraj-Batoosingh said while she was not aware of the details behind a purported plan to host a sex party on an island off the coast of Chaguaramas starting from Friday, any illegal activities were not welcome in the...
PUBLIC Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte says electrical problems have caused a further delay in getting the Point Lisas desalination plant back up to full capacity. He made the comment while responding to an urgent question in the Senate yesterday. Le Hunte recalled on December 4 he informed...

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