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EBC documents can be used Posted: Tuesday, June 28, 2016
EBC documents can be used The United National Congress (UNC) has been granted last minute permission to extend the scope of its election petitions challenging the Election and Boundaries Commission's (EBC) decision to extend last September's general election by one hour due to heavy rainfall.
Callender is new chairman WITH a total of 1,737 votes, Stanford Callender was yesterday declared new Chairman of the People's National Movement's (PNM) Tobago council .
State still paying out under Clico bailout YEARS after the financial crash of 2008, the Government is still paying out millions of dollars to Clico/CL Financial affected customers, according to the latest bailout report tabled in Parliament last Friday.
Senate to continue debate on Rambarran's dismissal The Senate will today continue its debate on the private motion by Opposition Senator Wade Mark which calls on the Upper House to condemn the actions of the Government in its dismissal of former Central Bank governor Jwala Rambarran on December 24, 2015.
Minor hiccups in police welfare body election Despite pre-election calls for him to step down in the face of sedition charges, incumbent secretary of the Police Service Social and Welfare Association Insp Michael Seales is confident he will be the next president.
Cops kill wanted bandit Southern Division police are searching for a third man in connection with a robbery at a bar in Duncan Village, San Fernando, after one of three bandits died following a shootout with officers. The second man remained hospitalised last evening after being shot by a security guard at the bar.
Man guilty of killing step-daughter AN Arima man has been convicted of killing his 14-year-old step-daughter in 2005. Timothy Pierre was found guilty of killing Stacy Gibbs by a Port-of-Spain jury last week Thursday. He was before Justice David Harris in the Fourth Criminal Assizes.
Murderers willing to assist police HIGH Court judge Maria Wilson expressed hope the authorities take up the offers made by two murder convicts to assist in further investigations into a 2005 murder, to determine who else were involved in the crime.