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Twenty years for killing

Twenty years for killing

Despite getting a reduced term for time spent on remand, a St. Philip man will be behind bars for the next 20 years

T&T yet to abolish appeals to Privy Council

T&T yet to abolish appeals to Privy Council

PORT OF SPAIN – Trinidad and Tobago is yet to abolish criminal appeals to the Privy Council which is to be replaced by the Caribbean Court of Justice. This despite Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar saying last April in Parliament that the Government will table legislation to make the historic change. To date however, the People’s […]

Committed

KINGSTON — Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has reaffirmed her government’s commitment to regional integration. Speaking at the closing ceremony of the 50/50: Critical Reflections In a Time of Uncertainty conference, hosted by the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute for Social and Economic Studies at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston, Simpson Miller said that […]

Back to court

Back to court

Three being sued in Kings Beach Hotel battle

Blame imports

Blame imports

by Shawn Cumberbatch Imported chicken has Barbadian poultry farmers in a pickle. Very-reliable sources told Barbados TODAY that in the face of potentially substantial financial losses from foreign competition, these producers had lodged an official complaint with the Ministries of Agriculture, Industry, Small Business and Rural Development. A Government official involved in finding a resolution […]

Yes J'ca

Yes J'ca

CCJ allows Jamaica gov’t to be an intervenor in Shanique Myrie case

CCJ holds Myrie ruling

  PORT OF SPAIN – The Caribbean Court of Justice has reserved its decision on the application by the Jamaican Government to join in the Shanique Myrie case. Myrie, a Jamaican, has taken the Barbadian Government to the CCJ on allegations that she was sexually assaulted by an immigration officer at the Grantley Adams International […]

Gibson: Get ready for CCJ return

The Chief Justice has put all concerned on notice to prepare for the return to Barbados of the Caribbean Court of Justice for hearing the Shanique Myrie case.

Let Bakr testify in secret

Let Bakr testify  in secret

PORT OF SPAIN — In an unusual development, Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard made an appearance before the Commission of Enquiry into the 1990 coup attempt yesterday. And in seeking to assist the Commission to get coup leader Yasin Abu Bakr to testify, Gaspard gave an undertaking that nothing Abu Bakr says in the […]

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