Newsday Editorial November 24, 2015 – newsday.co.tt THREE years after the fact, Parliament has only this month received the annual report of the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (TTEC) for 2013. That alone would be unsatisfactory were it not for the fact that the picture painted in the report is — to use an appropriate … Continue reading Shocking TTEC $612M loss
By Dr Selwyn R. Cudjoe August 23, 2021 PART 2 EL TUCUCHE can be made the symbol of our greatest achievements—it is graced with the sovereignty that represents our transcendent power over Douendom where we are still held in disarray and ignorance. Above all, is Aripo, symbolically, the Eye am that Eye am, the one … Continue reading The Passing of the Pointer Man
TAXMAN COMETH IN rolling out a series of money-making measures in the 2016/2017 National Budget, both the rich and poor were touched by yesterday’s Budget presentation.
July 31, 2010 Madness in Sportt–Anil Roberts added: “Errors, omissions, impropriety and downright corrupt practices… from the Caribbean Games, which never came off, to the legacy flag at Hasely Crawford Stadium, to the hiring of interns, the leasing of expensive SUVs, duplication of duties/responsibilities and the creation of a ghost roof at the stadium.” …’Prophetess … Continue reading Corruption, Mismanagement and Waste
AG to advise Govt on TTEC Attorney General Anand Ramlogan will report to Cabinet in two weeks and recommend what “further action” should be taken on the findings of a report on breaches in tendering procedures by the TT Electricity Commission (TTEC) in relation to jobs under the Street Lighting Implementation Unit, which implemented the … Continue reading Corruption at T&TEC
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By George Alleyne April 07, 2010 – newsday.co.tt Two things are clear. Political Leader of the ruling People’s National Movement (PNM), Prime Minister Patrick Manning, must step down and the Opposition United National Congress (UNC) and the Congress of the People (COP) are still light years away from any meaningful approach to political unity.
Newsday Editorial February 24, 2010 – newsday.co.tt WE were most disappointed at Prime Minister Patrick Manning’s silence over the controversial church that Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner alleged is being built by the Shanghai Construction Group (SCG) in the Heights of Guanapo. Last Friday in the House of Representatives, Warner made his startling claim which … Continue reading Mystery Church
The Fifth Summit of the Americas in pictures What a Summit! PRIME Minister Patrick Manning has succeeded, perhaps beyond his wildest dreams, in his goals of giving regional leaders a safe and amiable forum to talk, and in showcasing Trinidad and Tobago on the world stage.
The Fifth Summit of the Americas in pictures Chavez flies in over the Gulf Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez thought he had escaped the glare of the media when he quietly flew in on his military jet over the Gulf of Paria from Sucre, Cumana, to Trinidad and landed at the helipad in Chaguaramas shortly after … Continue reading 5th Summit of the Americas News: April 18, 2009