Women cops rise
Posted: Tuesday, May 24, 2011
End to NP impasse in sight as officials meet
An end to the industrial impasse at National Petroleum (NP) was in sight yesterday as management and union officials held marathon talks to arrive at an amicable solution.
Protesting NP workers warn of shortages as panic buying continues
NACTA: PP still leads PNM after one year
The findings of an opinion survey conducted by NACTA over the last week show the incumbent People's Partnership (PP) Government has lost support while the PNM has managed to hold on to most of its support, just a year after the coalition won office by a landslide. However, if an election were called now, while the PP is likely to lose several seats, it will still retain office though by a narrow majority. Voters do not see any threat to the Government and they do not view the PNM as a viable alternative. The poll also shows Ministers Jack Warner, Roodal Moonilal, Glenn Ramadharsingh, and Vasant Bharath leading their colleagues in ratings for performance as well as in other measurements.
Sweeping changes are expected to be made at several key Government ministries which may see some ministers being removed and others being promoted as Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and her one-year-old People's Partnership coalition administration celebrate their first anniversary in Government today.
...Govt celebrates today; PNM cries 'crisis'
While the People's Partnership commemorates its first anniversary in office with a celebratory rally at Chaguanas, the Opposition is taking the opportunity to highlight the mis-steps of the new adminstration at a separate meeting at Diego Martin.
...Anil ready for Mid Centre
Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Anil Roberts yesterday sought to dispel reports that the Congress of the People (COP) would not be mobilising as a party for the People's Partnership administration's one-year anniversary celebration in Chaguanas today.
...Happy birthday, People's Partnership
Despite the mistakes and missteps, the Prime Minister and her team retain a large measure of the goodwill that she earned one year ago.
Hazel expected more from women in Govt
It's not business as usual at Udecott
Housing Minister Roodal Moonilal says business will not be as usual at the Urban Development Company of T&T (Udecott).
...Udecott projects to be split
A new approach of the Urban Development Corporation of TT (Udecott) will see multi-billion dollar projects being split into smaller packages to allow for more local participation.
Public officers get keys
Thirty-nine public officers received the keys to their new homes as part of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which the Public Services Association signed with Government on April 8.
...HDC houses for 39 public servants
PNM wants cost of PP's booklet
The Opposition PNM has called on the ruling PP to state the cost of printing and circulating the invitations and booklets on the Government's achievements which the PP has issued to supporters.
Sando MP: 'I not taking that'
On the eve of the People's Partnership's first anniversary former Prime Minister Patrick Manning has announced that he will embark on a seven day march from the Red House to San Fernando...
...Manning to walk from PoS to Sando
...Khan: Manning not after Rowley
Manning: PM wrong to stay in Tunapuna
Former Prime Minister Patrick Manning lived at his Vistabella, San Fernando, home for eight months after becoming prime minister in 2001, commuting daily until the official residence at St Ann's was ready.
Warner: No word yet from President on St Cyr
Women cops rise
THE promotion of 115 police officers yesterday was a historic one in that for the first time in the TT Police Service (TTPS), three women were promoted to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) at the same time.
...Now 22 woman cops promoted to top ranks
History was created in the T&T Police Service yesterday when 22 woman police officers were all promoted at the same time to the First Division...
...3 women appointed ACP
THREE women rose to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) yesterday during a "historical" promotion that saw a sweeping change in the executive of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service...
Crackdown soon on corruption at Licensing Office
A crackdown on corruption at the Licensing Office is coming soon, Works and Transport Minister Jack Warner warned yesterday.
Eyes in the sky to tackle traffic
EYES in the sky will take the place of police officers on the nation's highways to monitor errant motorists.
...$42M for hi-tech traffic management
...New gadgets to cut road deaths by half
DPP's role being undermined, says senator
Independent Senator Elton Prescott SC has suggested that the role of the Director of Public Prosecutions is being undermined by the Trafficking in Persons bill.
Woman drowns in bid to save husband
A woman drowned on Sunday while trying to rescue her husband, a police officer.
Judge rules State must disclose advice given to AG
Ish and Steve extradition case
Freed fishermen back home, want protection
Local fishermen want protection from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, following the recent arrest of seven fishermen accused of fishing in Venezuelan waters.
Mother ordered to stay away from child
A MOTHER who allegedly stabbed her nine-year-old daughter Aaliyah Flemming multiple times at their home in Penal last week was yesterday ordered by a magistrate to stay away from the child.
...Don't go near Aaliyah
...Granny wants full custody
...Jeers for mom charged with wounding daughter
Man shot dead, identified
THE MAN killed by police in Woodbrook on Friday night has been identified as 27-year-old Sean Tyson.
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