The Great African Scandal (Video)
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SHAKTIYANA – The Primordial Energy By TriniView.com - Event Date: Oct. 11, 2014 On Saturday 11th October, 2014, Nrityanjali Theatre (Institute for the Arts and Culture), in collaboration with Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Cultural Co-operation, hosted its annual Classical Indian Ballet.
CSEC results improving THE CARIBBEAN Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) has reported that the performance in the January 2015 sitting of the CSEC examination continued the up-ward trend seen over the last two years with almost 60 percent receiving acceptable grades.
THE E-MAILS ARE HERE One day after Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar called on authorities to wrap up the investigation into emailgate, Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams has announced that multinational Internet service provider Google has provided the information that was sourced and the Police Service (TTPS) is analysing it.
Williams promises Emailgate disclosure in time... Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams has confirmed the police have received “voluminous” information from Internet service provider Google on the Emailgate issue and the alleged e-mails in the matter are being analysed to determine their authenticity.
Analyst: No-confidence motion won't force Opposition Leader out It is not possible for Dr Keith Rowley to lose the office of Opposition Leader, despite the call by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar for her Chief Whip, Dr Roodal Moonilal, to file a no-confidence motion against him, according to political analyst Winford James.
Imbert: Lay EBC Report! THE Government has for the past year held an Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) report that changes the boundaries of the two San Fernando seats, but has failed to follow the law and lay it in Parliament, possibly at a cost to the Opposition, alleged Diego Martin North East MP Colm Imbert.
Imbert: Govt suppressing EBC report The Government is suppressing an Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) report for the purposes of voter padding, Opposition MP Colm Imbert claimed yesterday.
No bus service today THOUSANDS of people, in both Trinidad and Tobago will today be left with no Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) bus service, a release from the Ministry of Transportation advised last night.
'Firmer stance needed on gun crime' WITH firearms responsible for 75 per cent of murders in Trinidad and Tobago, acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams said this country should take a tougher stance on gun crime.
6 charged with $15M robbery at pawnshop Five men and one woman were charged late yesterday with the $15 million robbery at M&M Pawnshop and are expected to appear before a Port-of-Spain magistrate today.
Pawn shop robbery: 6 to appear in court Six people are expected to appear before a Port of Spain magistrate today after they were charged yesterday with involvement in the recent multi-million-dollar robbery at M&M Pawn Shop on Henry Street, Port of Spain.