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A $25,000 reward has been issued by Crime Stoppers for information in relation to the whereabouts of missing Woman Police Constable Nayasha Joseph.

Debate on the planned amendments to The Miscellaneous Provisions, Trial by Judge Alone Bill, 2017 took off in the Senate on Tuesday.

Investigations are continuing into the death of an expatriate from the United Kingdom, who died after falling into a concrete mixer at a construction site in Matilda, Princes Town on Tuesday.

Debate on the planned amendments to The Miscellaneous Provisions, Trial by Judge Alone Bill 2017, which could see the removal of trial by jury, was set to begin in the Senate on Tuesday. 
According to Attorney At Law Subhas Panday the government must be very careful as some of the amendments may not have a positive effect on dealing with the issues with the criminal justice system.
The Islamic Front has expressed support of Opposition Senators Gerald Ramdeen and Wayne Sturge, as they share concerns about the Miscellaneous Provisions (Trial By Judge Alone) Bill.
The group made reference to practices in Islamic States where the government appoints judges to adjudicate cases.
More focus needs to be placed on men to men and women to women violence. This from President of the Single Fathers Association Rhondell Feeles who says violence is not just about one gender harming the other.
The association will be having a 300 man march against violence women on March 18th. While it is said a single march would not be enough, Mr. Feeles believes it will raise needed awareness.
Tuesday, 14 March 2017 16:51

5pm Update - Tuesday March 14th, 2017

British national crushed to death at Princes Town worksite; NATUC, FITUN & JTUM to immediately suspend participation in meetings called by National Tripartite Advisory Council (NTAC); and Muirfield Golf Club has voted to admit women as members for the first time in its history.

Disciplinary action is to be taken against the teachers and two students of the Ste Madeleine Secondary School arising out of a demonstration on the school compound last week.

UNC Political Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has written to the Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago asking for a meeting to discuss the issue of escalating bank fees and service charges.

Tuesday, 14 March 2017 16:10

4pm Update - Tuesday March 14th, 2017

Government maintains it did not have much room to legally act on the closure of the ArcelorMittal steel plant; and Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar wants to know where government will be getting money to pay the $89 billion in debt which it has acquired.

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