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News and Commentaries from Various News Sources in T&T
PNM to the polls Posted: Sunday, June 26, 2016
DPP GETS COLMAN REPORT The voluminous Sir Anthony Colman report into the collapse of the Colonial Life Insurance Company has been sent to Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard for his attention and action.
Sir Hilary: Brexit threatens Caricom's fragile economic recovery UNIVERSITY of the West Indies (UWI) Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Hilary Beckles has cautioned that the decision by the UK to the leave the European Union (EU) threatens the Caribbean region's fragile economy recovery and it calls for Caricom to come closer together.
PNM to the polls IT HAS taken on the aura of a general election campaign, replete with large advertising billboards, walkabouts, motorcades, campaign songs, talk of ambitious plans for the future of the sister isle and even a smidgen of controversy.
Tobagonians vote for new council leaders today Members of the People's National Movement (PNM) in Tobago will come out today to vote for two candidates to fill the posts of political leader of the party's Tobago council and chairman.
Talk of $32M legal fee ridiculous ATTORNEY Gerald Ramdeen has described the $32 million in legal fees Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi attributed to him as "inaccurate", and cautioned the AG that he not fall in the hole he digs for others.
Commission of enquiry a ruse—Maharaj Instead of wasting millions of tax dollars in commissions of enquiry this country would be better served if we establish "task forces" incorporating officials from the Director of Public Prosecution's office and police to help in prosecuting matters, former attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj has said.