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A YOUNG woman, who is a mother of nine and who is pregnant with twins, yesterday became the fourth woman this week to be jailed for a criminal offence committed against their own children. The woman, Kezi Doughty, will give birth to her tenth and eleventh child, while incarcerated. Her due date is in September.
A 44-YEAR-OLD La Brea man who pointed a gun at an Indonesian-born businessman during a robbery attempt was shot dead by his intended victim at a car park in Port-of-Spain yesterday morning.
TWO LAVENTILLE brothers were arrested on Wednesday night in connection with the murder of Defence Force soldier Nigel Sinaswee, 40. The brothers were taken to the Belmont Police Station where they were interviewed by both police and officials from the Defence Force’s Intelligence Unit.
FORMER Independent Senator and president of the Inter-Religious Organisation (IRO) Bro Nobel Khan yesterday defended himself and his former parliamentary colleague Dana Seetahal SC, saying neither of them were, “PNM Senators masquerading as Independent Senators”, during their time in the Senate.
“THEY get away!” That was the reaction of Attorney General Anand Ramlogan when asked to comment on the current spate of women being convicted on charges of mistreating their children.
EVEN as the Highway Reroute Movement yesterday set up a temporary camp for fasting and prayer outside the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), St Clair, activist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh vowed to rebuild their protest camp that was demolished at Debe on Wednesday by soldiers under the watch of Minister of National Security, Jack Warner.
Assistant Commissioner of Police Fitzroy Fredericks, who is in charge of the Southern Division, yesterday said National Security Minister Jack Warner can make requests of the police executive.
MINISTER of the People Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh and new Minister in the Ministry of the People Vernella Alleyne-Toppin on Wednesday visited several families whose homes were damaged following strong winds which accompanied persistent rainfall.
WITHIN hours of a bridge collapsing at Caigual Road in Manzanilla, the structure was repaired by employee of the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure on Wednesday.
TRINIDAD AND Tobago and West Indies middle-order batsman Darren Bravo has made his intentions clear that he wants to learn from his mistakes following the Windies tour of England.
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