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  PORT OF SPAIN — Thirty-five murders have been committed since Jack Warner assumed the portfolio of National Security Minister, according to an Express count. Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar announced a Cabinet reshuffle on June 22 when Jack was removed as Minister of Works. On June 23 the murder toll stood at 194 while up […]

Consultant: MPs deserve pay increase

PORT OF SPAIN — Active consideration is being given to increasing the salaries of Members of Parliament.

This is one of the issues raised in a document prepared by consultant Anthony Staddon titled Activities on Strengthening Parliamentary Practice

Peacemaker killed in cold blood

PORT OF SPAIN — One of the things Wayne Ollivierra visioned the most was peace in the community where he lived.

He was an active member of the Gonzales Village Council and always sought to develop new strategies that would encourage the youths in t

Enough of crime wave

Enough of crime wave

t&t president speaks out against social ills

PORT OF SPAIN — President George Maxwell Richards yesterday used his authority as head of the Parliament to speak directly to the politicians and the nation, focusing on the themes of equal opportuni

Former reporter denied bail

Former reporter denied bail

PORT OF SPAIN — Bail was again denied to former Express crime reporter Akile Simon when he reappeared in the Tunapuna Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with possession of arms and ammunition.

Magistrate Gail Gonzales said she was not willing to

Gibbs ready to work with Warner

PORT OF SPAIN — Police Commissioner Dwayne Gibbs yesterday said he was looking forward to working with National Security Minister Jack Warner to plan a way to improve the Police Service and assure the safety and security of all citizens.

A statemen

Jack: Peaceful nights in troubled spots

PORT OF SPAIN — National Security Minister Jack Warner yesterday disclosed that persons living in crime hot spots have been having peaceful nights within recent times.

Speaking after a meeting with the Police Service Commission at its Queen Street,

ATM thieves caught on camera

PORT OF SPAIN — A cash reward is being offered to anyone who can assist in identifying and locating six men who can assist in the investigation into the recent spate of debit and credit card fraud to have occurred in commercial bank branches across

Turtles crushed during river work

PORT OF SPAIN — Thousands of leatherback hatchlings were crushed to death at the weekend as the Ministry of Works used excavators to redirect the Grande Riviere River, at the north east coast.

The ministry had been called in when the river, running

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