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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — Nazma Muller, founder of the Caribbean Collective for Justice and a staunch advocate for the legalisation of marijuana in the region, has long maintained that it’s unconscionable that Trinidad and Tobago’s ministry of health has never exercised clauses to amendments made to the Dangerous Drugs Act in 2000, which allows for […]
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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — Minister for National Security Stuart R. M.P., Young met on July 31, 2019, with several business groups including Confederation of Regional Business Chambers (CRBC), the Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA), and commissioner of police Gary Griffith on matters of crime and security at the ministry of national security head […]
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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Min­is­ter of Ed­u­ca­tion An­tho­ny Gar­cia said he would “have to con­sid­er the rec­om­men­da­tions” to de­ter­mine whether or not the fu­ner­al ser­vice for re­put­ed gang­ster Vaughn “Sand­man” Mieres can be held at the Las Cuevas Gov­ern­ment Pri­ma­ry School, on Fri­day. On Tues­day a dig­i­tal fly­er be­gan cir­cu­lat­ing on so­cial me­dia an­nounc­ing the fu­ner­al ...

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(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) — A Businessman told a High Court judge yesterday how he had to sell off his business and migrate because of a robbery in which his family was terrorised. Even as he left his hometown, he received threatening telephone calls, as the case remained pending for 13 years. Yesterday, Jason Mitchell and Keron ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — With their savings stolen by thieves who shot and killed Moruga grandmother Merle Singh-Subero, her family said they do not have money for her funeral expenses. Singh-Subero’s son, Anthony Singh, said the family had been struggling to survive before the robbery, and with the stolen savings gone they were left with nothing. ...

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Dear Sir: Citizens of Trinidad and Tobago would continue to lose confidence in the judiciary unless prime minister Dr Keith Rowley act decisively on the serious allegations against Chief Justice Ivor Archie. There are persistent reports of sharp conflicts in the judiciary while the country’s most senior judicial officer remains under a dark cloud pertaining […]
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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A high court judge who has been a fierce crit­ic of Chief Jus­tice Ivor Archie is chal­leng­ing his de­ci­sion to trans­fer her to head the Ju­di­cia­ry’s new Fam­i­ly Court in To­ba­go. In a five-page let­ter sent to Archie on Fri­day, which was ob­tained by Guardian Me­dia, Jus­tice Car­ol Gob­in ques­tioned the de­ci­sion, ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — On her 65th birthday, Merle Singh-Subero was killed by a bullet to the head. She was standing behind a door that criminals were trying to open, when one of them fired a shot and killed her. The criminals beat her mentally and physically challenged grandson, and took the family’s life-savings which they ...

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