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COURT CONVICTIONS DISTRICT A MAGISTRATE'S COURT Chris Liburd of Parray Village was convicted for the offences of Battery and Malicious Damage which were committed on 14 January 2013, and Escaping Lawful Custody which was committed 20 January 2013. He was to pay compensation of $999.60 for the charge of Malicious Damage which is to be paid in two (2) months or in default will serve three (3) months in prison ...

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CCM’s Desperate Dog Farmers Cannot be Best for Nevis

Just four days short of the January 22nd 2013 Nevis local elections, two CCM candidates have lost their court battle to prevent Premier of Nevis, the Honourable Joseph Parry and former Deputy Premier of Nevis Mr. Hensley Daniel from contesting their seats. Keith Scarborough, CCM’s St. Thomas’ representative lost against the incumbent Premier while Mark Brantley CCM’s representative for St. Johns in the loca ...

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PROBE ON SANDY Equal Opportunity Commission investigates ‘Calcutta’ statements

By Anna Ramdass- The Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) has begun a probe of People's National Movement (PNM) member Hilton Sandy's controversial "Calcutta" statement and has issued a preliminary report on the issue. The preliminary report, which is dated January 15, stated the EOC "received a complaint via its website on January 10 from the Equality Council of Trinidad and Tobago (the complainant) against ...

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IAE student stabbed to death in cellphone dispute

A dispute over a cellular phone has left a student of the Institute of Academic Excellence dead, another injured and two others behind bars facing a murder charge. The dead student has been identified a 15-year-old Euric Brown of Hopetown Avenue in Kingston 6. Police report that Euric was accosted by two knife-wielding boys who stabbed him repeatedly. Brown was later pronounced dead at hospital. His friend, ...

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Budget 2013 preparations underway

Written by Nadine Sanchara- AS the 2013 budget consultations continue, Finance Minister Dr. Ashni Singh has advised that parliamentary opposition parties, A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) have submitted their issues of interests and priorities which are now being carefully examined. During a press conference yesterday at the National Communications Network (NCN) tele ...

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