Deadly force - Commish throws support behind cops who take lethal but justifiable action
In the presence of numerous local and foreign dignitaries, yesterday, newly installed Police Commissioner George Quallo declared his full support for members of the force, who, from time to time, may have to apply deadly force against members of the...

Policeman shot dead - Attacker wrestles gun from cop; later killed
The celebratory atmosphere among members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) was shattered by the killing of a policeman allegedly by a bullet fired from his service pistol by an attacker yesterday. The inauguration ceremony for the 29th police...

Police probe unnatural death
Police are on the scene of an unnatural death in Balls Land, Christ Church. Lawmen say that the body of a man was discovered this morning. More information as it comes to hand.

T&T to face Barbados in Women’s Regional Super50 final
Defending champions Trinidad and Tobago will meet Barbados in Sunday’s final of the Women’s Regional Super50 after toppling home-side Windward Islands by eight wickets in Kingstown on Friday. Playing at the Arnos Vale Stadium in the final round of preliminary matches, T&T overcame a stuttering start to easily chase down their target of 122 and […]

Booked out! –LTW sales causes designer to shut shop
NOT only are the clothes vendors, restaurateurs, bartenders, cooks, promoters and DJs super busy for Linden Town Week 2017, but the designers are having the time of their lives as well, trying to please every client looking for their special and unique outfits for the highly anticipated parties and other events slated for this weekend.

The ‘Linden Dream Team’ –A major player in Linden Town Week
OVER the past six years, the name Linden Dream Team (LDT) has become known far and wide in the town of Linden, and has been making significant strides in executing charitable and educational activities throughout the ‘10-day’ event that is the Linden Town Week (LTD). Many may associate the Linden Dream Team with the highly

From Town Day to Town Week –Looking back with Norville Fredericks on the evolution of LTW
IT all began in 1995, when businessman, Norville Fredericks, popularly known as ‘Fredco’, had what is commonly referred to these days as “an epiphany”. At the time, Fredericks said, then President, Dr Cheddi Jagan had designated 1996 “Visit Guyana Year”. And the thought struck him, “It would be so nice if Linden can be a

POLICE investigating the murders of a five-year-old girl and her 36-year-old father at Mamoral in central Trinidad, believe Solomon “Poodle” Joseph was made to watch as gunmen shot Saleesha Joseph once in her throat before shooting him twice in his belly. The child’s body was then turned face down on the bed where she was sleeping.

Al-Rawi: We're ready for them
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi yesterday said Government is ready to receive and treat with 12 citizens who have been sent back to this country from Turkey. Al-Rawi made the statement to reporters during the tea break at the House of Representatives, hours before the group was scheduled to arrive at Piarco International Airport.

Israel Khan: Ayers-Caesar's matter a comedy of errors
FORMER chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar cannot recommence her part-heard cases even if she is reappointed by the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (JLSC). Her shock resignation as a judge of the Supreme Court on Thursday has reignited calls for the resignation of Chief Justice Ivor Archie over the apparent bungling. This was the view of Senior Counsel Israel Khan and several other attorneys yesterday.