Interact with our

Live Studio

Video

Audio

Message

Category: Law

1 46 47 48 49 672 / 686 POSTS
No Tolerance for Tobago Chicken Thieves

No Tolerance for Tobago Chicken Thieves

For some 12 months someone has been stealing chickens from the Tobago Cold storage facility… This was discovered after an audit was done recently b ...
George Maxwell Richards issues a reminder that he IS President

George Maxwell Richards issues a reminder that he IS President

President George Maxwell Richards on Monday issued a reminder that his position is not entirely ceremonial and he said those who should know bette ...
Farmers claim Government Punishment

Farmers claim Government Punishment

President of the newly formed Trinidad Unified Farmers Association, Sheraz Khan, says farmers are unjustly being punished by the Government… In an ...
TTUTA says Tunapuna Hindu Principal wants to stay

TTUTA says Tunapuna Hindu Principal wants to stay

The Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association is giving a different spin to a news paper article which stated Tunapuna Hindu School Principal, ...

Call for Political will in Jamaat Inquiry

There is a call from former Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce Director, Andrew Johnson, for political will to be shown in addressin ...
NUGFW wants to work with New WASA CEO

NUGFW wants to work with New WASA CEO

The National Union of Government and Federated Workers is hoping for a good relationship with Ganga Singh who is now the Water and Sewage Authority's ...
Local Islamic Group query Scholar’s Immigration Denial

Local Islamic Group query Scholar’s Immigration Denial

Local Islamist group, The Islamic Front, is demanding a full explanation from the authorities as to why an Islamic scholar was denied entry into this ...
Two former AGs agree the anti-gang legislation needs revision

Two former AGs agree the anti-gang legislation needs revision

Former Attorney General, Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj is maintaining that the anti-gang legislation is flawed and needs to be looked at again, with an aim ...
CLICO Enquiry to resume today

CLICO Enquiry to resume today

The Commission of Enquiry into the collapse of CL Financial and the Hindu Credit Union resumes today. And former Finance Minister, Karen Nunez- ...
PM expected to address SOE today

PM expected to address SOE today

The lifting of the State of Emergency and Curfew will come up this afternoon when Prime Minister, Kamla Persad Bissessar, meets with the National ...
DPP needs more evidence to charge Calder Hart

DPP needs more evidence to charge Calder Hart

Investigations into perjury charges against former Urban Development Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago, UDeCOTT, executive chairman, Calder Hart is b ...
PCA Chairman to look at old police killing files

PCA Chairman to look at old police killing files

The head of the Police Complaints Authority is promising that old files related to police killings will be reopened PCA Chairman Gillian Lucky made ...
Police Commissioner reassures public on Police conduct

Police Commissioner reassures public on Police conduct

Police Commissioner Dwayne Gibbs is seeking to assure the public that misconduct by police officers is not the norm within the police service The P ...
Moruga Murder Police charged

Moruga Murder Police charged

7 police officers are now facing three murder charges each after appearing in court yesterday in connection with the killings of 3 Moruga residents ...
1 46 47 48 49 672 / 686 POSTS