Monthly Archives: October 2016
Police nab a vandal in the act following a break in at a branch of Republic Bank. Reports say at around 1:19pm on Saturday officers on patrol responded to a report of alarm at the branch located at Southern … Continue reading
In Guyana a police constable is hospitalised and nursing stab wounds about his body, while another police officer was treated and discharged for stab wounds to his body also.
Police are investigating two separate murders.
A voice of concern amidst a unanimous vote on Tobago’s autonomy.
The uncertainty looming in the Office of Police Commissioner now concerns Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley.
An admission from former Sport Minister Anil Roberts that investigations into the Lifesport programme are not yet completed.
The hunt is now on for suspects in connection with the shooting death of Renaldo Weates.
Temporary Independent Senator Pastor Clive Dottin believes there is a relationship between the illicit drug trade and the financing of political parties.
Labour Minister says former administration must take responsibility for the country’s current economic condition
The Labour Minister says the former Peoples Partnership must take responsibility for the current economic condition in the country.
A call from former Minister of National Security for police officers to be immediately outfitted with body cameras
There is a call from former National Security Minister Gary Griffith for the police service to be immediately outfitted with body cameras. Mr. Griffith says this will help officers in gathering evidence in the execution of their duties. … Continue reading