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Tackling crime peace by peace

Commentary Gabrielle Hosein 18 Hrs Ago - DR GABRIELLE HOSEIN WITH murders on the rise, we need to focus on efforts at peace-building that have been effective across the region. Gut reaction is for heavier policing and securitisation. Yet more manpower, firepower and armed patrols, and better surveillance and detection toward convictions, can only go

CoE hears Paria survivor’s tale: Nightmare

News Sean Douglas 18 Hrs Ago Paria diving tragedy survivor Christopher Boodram is emotional during his testimony at the commission of enquiry hearing at Tower D, International Waterfront, Port of Spain on Tuesday. - SUREASH CHOLAI CHRISTOPHER BOODRAM, the sole survivor in the Paria tragedy which claimed the lives of four divers,  gave a harrowing

Uncaring MP in Diego Martin West

Letters to the Editor Newsday 18 Hrs Ago Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley. File photo/Angelo Marcelle THE EDITOR: Our politicians appear tone-deaf and insensitive to the plight of the poor and downtrodden who daily have to deal with high food prices and exorbitant cost of living which makes a miserable existence even more unbearable. Politicians

Contrasting evidence presented in Paria CoE

News Paula Lindo 18 Hrs Ago Paria and Heritage attorneys Jason Mootoo (left ) and Senior Counsel Gilbert Peterson at the CoE into the Paria diving tragedy. - SUREASH CHOLAI There was contrasting evidence in the Paria Commission of Enquiry as lawyers sought to determine whether procedure was followed during the changing of a faulty

Inside the crime: The lost suspect sketches

One of Charles Self´s closest friends is urging Gardaí to release two suspect sketches taken by investigators over 40 years ago. In the third episode of Inside the Crime, Bill Maher said he has contacted Gardaí numerous times asking about a sketch of a man who was in the house the night Charles died. The

Court hears further recordings of Hutch and Dowdall after Regency attack

The Special Criminal Court has been listening to more recorded conversations between Gerry Hutch and Jonathan Dowdall that took place a month after the Regency Hotel attack. Mr Hutch is accused of murdering David Byrne, who was shot dead when gunmen stormed a boxing event at the Dublin hotel in February 2016 - he denies

OK Boomer? There are now real cultural difference between generations

The different generations in Ireland are like “cultural islands competing with each other,” according to Ciara Kelly. She was speaking after Irish Times columnist Padraig O’Morain argued that generational labels like ‘Millennial,’ ‘Boomer,’ and ‘Gen X’ are pointless. He said we shouldn’t be labelling generations and argues that the labels are as helpful as zodiac

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Severed head found near highway in Maloney

News Shane Superville 9 Hrs Ago File photo - Police from the Homicide Bureau of Investigations Region II are trying to identify a man whose severed head was found near the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway on Thursday morning. Police said Maloney police received a report of a man's head being found in a drain parallel to the

Holy Faith Sisters launch first book

Features Newsday Reporter 11 Hrs Ago Sisters of Holy Faith Convent in March 2022. Photo: Alison Punch - The Sisters of the Congregation of the Holy Faith (CHF) will launch their first book, Presence & Action, on November 26 at 11 am in Couva. This year the CHF Sisters will mark the 75th anniversary of

KC Confectionery, leading the way on SDGs

Business Ryan Hamilton-Davis 17 Hrs Ago An employee in PPE gear sorts candy at KC Confectionery's headquarters at Southern Main Road, Couva. - ANGELO MARCELLE In one way or another, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were always topics of concern and consideration for many organisations. But it wasn't until September 2015 that these issues