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Speedy burial for ex-union leader
Posted: Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Speedy burial for ex-union leader
HOURS after he passed away early yesterday morning, former trade union leader Boysie Moore Jones was laid to rest.

Copeland: AG's pan claims are untrue
PROFESSOR Brian Copeland yesterday denied last week's allegations by Attorney General (AG) Anand Ramlogan that he has wrongfully claimed patent rights to the Percussive Harmonic Instrument (PHI) electronic pan, and is making and selling them without permission from the Government.

TEACHERS and pupils of the Dayanand Memorial Vedic School in Penal were yesterday locked out of the school compound by authorities who learnt that extra lessons were being held on the compound for a fee.

$1.5B for Jamaican investors
JAMAICAN creditors owed $1.5 billion through CL Spirits notes will be paid by the end of the year, CL Financial chairman Gerald Yetming said yesterday.

Govt to revise bailout plan
GOVERNMENT is poised to take a decision by as early as this month on an exit strategy proposal currently before it which would retract its plan in relation to settlement of outstanding sums due to Clico policyholders who hold claims of over $75,000.

Cops upset over killings in capital
THE murders and shootings which occurred in downtown Port of Spain over the weekend, leaving three people dead and three others injured, must never happen again.

...Beetham, Laventille residents afraid to be out

Moderator on spate of murders: No more respect for life

I'm not the real sheriff, Kamla is
Port-of-Spain mayor Louis Lee Sing says the real sheriff of the capital city is Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and he hopes she has the badge. Lee Sing was responding to statements by Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA) president Gregory Aboud that he (Lee Sing) is the sheriff of Port-of-Spain.

HDC on mission to collect $244m owed by delinquents

Privy Council rules series of errors by judge
Man on Death Row freed

...Victim's mother: No forgiveness

I'm lucky to escape PM's hugóWarner
Works Minister Jack Warner says he is a lucky man not to have been embraced by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar in recent weeks.

Jack: PM's embrace 'kiss of death'
Transport Minister Jack Warner hinted yesterday at his frustration and disappointment in the splitting of the Works and Transport Ministry and the Prime Minister's failure to work out the schedules for each ministry.

...Dredging of Dry River starts in flood battle

Jack's unfinished FIFA business
JACK WARNER is not ruling out his return to world football governing body FIFA or Concacaf after the matters which led to his resignation from both organisations in June, are dealt with.

Jack: I may return to FIFA
Former vice president of FIFA, Jack Warner, says he has unfinished business with the world football governing body and he may return in due course.

Educate the people; don't focus on CEPEP
Rowley advises PNM in Tobago:

Imbert gets his chance July 25 to respond
DIEGO Martin North-East MP, Colm Imbert, will on July 25 get his chance to convince three appellate judges to grant him a stay of execution of a judge's order which compelled him to pay an estimated $55 million debt to Emile Elias' construction firm, NH International (Caribbean) Limited.

Cross-dressers fined for loitering
It was a light-hearted moment yesterday in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates' Court when four cross-dressing men were brought before the Chief Magistrate to answer charges of loitering.

Shop owner to pay $5.6m if...
A PLANT SHOP owner will have to pay $5.6 million if the land she claimed she was forced to leave is not sold by January.

Not my marijuana, says pan arranger

Hardware owner shot in back outside home

Seven murdered over weekend
Even though murder victim Anthony Douglas was 22 years of age he still acted as a child but was no trouble-maker.

Girl, 10, sees grandfather chopped to death

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