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Uproar over CJ's role Posted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Uproar over CJ's role Opposition and Independent Senators have expressed concern over a revelation by Justice Minister Emmanuel George that Chief Justice (CJ) Ivor Archie had an input in the Prison Amendment Bill before it was brought to the Senate for debate yesterday.
LUCKY ESCAPE A LAST minute change of flight plans is what saved the life of Trinidadian Suzette Moses-Burton who was scheduled to be aboard the ill-fated Malaysian Airlines flight MH17
Drayton: Griffith disrespectful Independent Senator Helen Drayton yesterday called National Security Minister Gary Griffith "disrespectful" for his response to a letter to a newspaper from retired Major Gen Ralph Brown
Devant reports food inflation rate down For the first time in 21 years, the food price inflation rate has been kept at single digits for the first five consecutive months of the year, Food Production Minister Devant Maharaj said yesterday.
Al-Rawi: I was talking about Mrs Creed #3 Opposition Senator Faris Al-Rawi said yesterday the "Mrs Creed" to whom he referred some weeks ago as having received a catering contract in the LifeSport programme was "Mrs Creed, number three"
Questions over $$, phones found at 'Diego' house IT is so far unknown if a quantity of money seized from the red-brick house in La Puerta, Diego Martin, in 2007, was part of the ransom payment made by the family of murdered Chaguanas businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman