Archive for: February, 2015

Cadiz slams drunk driving

Published: Sunday, February 15, 2015 . “Act responsibly.” This is Transport Minister Stephen Cadiz’s message to drivers this Carnival weekend as he pleads with them not to mix the dangerous cocktail of alcohol and driving a vehicle. Cadiz, in a Sunday Guardian interview, advised motorists to ensure they had a designated driver or hired alternative…

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Retired teacher fined

Friday, February 13 2015 A 70-YEAR-OLD retired teacher was among two motorists held for drunk driving, while 35 fixed penalty traffic tickets were issued to motorists by police officers during anti-crime roadblock exercises yesterday. The exercise began at 6 am and ended at 10 am along the Eastern Main Road in Sangre Grande. The fixed…

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Retired teacher fined

Friday, February 13 2015 A 70-YEAR-OLD retired teacher was among two motorists held for drunk driving, while 35 fixed penalty traffic tickets were issued to motorists by police officers during anti-crime roadblock exercises yesterday. The exercise began at 6 am and ended at 10 am along the Eastern Main Road in Sangre Grande. The fixed…

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T&T racks up 70,000 traffic offences in 2014

5,000 charged during first six weeks of 2015 Reshma Ragoonath Published: Sunday, February 15, 2015 Deodat Dulalchan Even as millions continue to be spent on programmes to help curb delinquent driving, the Police Service has recorded an estimated 70,000 traffic violations nationwide for 2014. And not even the hefty fines seem to have made a…

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