Posted: Monday, November 14, 2011
Dookeran hits out at French President:
Tax haven comments premature, improper
T&T moves to meet international standards
Food Production Minister Vasant Bharath is confident that T&T's international reputation will not suffer after French President Nicholas Sarkozy blacklisted T&T as a tax haven which did not meet financial transparency standards.
Ramadhar: Don't use it to destroy citizens
Because of its seriousness, the COP will be heading a nationwide discussion entitled "Race and Politics--50 years of Independence".
Rush for jobs at HDC office
There was chaos and disorder inside the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) head office on Friday when job seekers from hot spot areas gathered to register for employment.
400 at WASA face axe today
While the Government is seeking to create 20,000 jobs in hot spots areas throughout the country, more than 400 permanent workers at the Water and Sewage Authority (WASA) are facing the breadline...
RESIDENTS of Sargasse Road, Gasparillo Village, Santa Cruz, yesterday expressed their anger and sorrow at the deaths of three of their members and the wounding of three others, when visited by Newsday.
Relatives protest killing of Santa Cruz trio
"Are you insinuating for one minute that if the police are attacked they should turn their back and run?" That was the response of National Security Minister John Sandy yesterday when asked about the killing of three men from Santa Cruz by the police on Saturday.
CoP Gibbs: Probe into Chaguanas shootings
COMMISSIONER of Police (CoP) Dwayne Gibbs said investigations are underway into the shooting by police officers of three suspected bandits who allegedly robbed a man at gunpoint on Saturday at Chase Village, Chaguanas, even as some of the deceased neighbours claimed the trio were "just three boys".
Baby killed in vehicular accident
Teenage girl killed in early-morning highway crash
Man loses leg in El Socorro accident
Fired OJT: Sat is an outright liar
The On the Job (OJT) trainee who Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha general secretary Satnarine Maharaj dismissed after he saw her "panty-lines" is calling him an "outright liar".
Chamber head calls for tighter security
President of the Penal/Debe Chamber of Commerce Lincoln Ragbirsingh is calling for increased security in the Siparia constituency.
Be careful in making statements
Law Association cautions politicians
Diego Martin man gunned down
A DIEGO MARTIN man who the police said was well known to them was shot dead on Saturday night, but up to press time last night no motive had been established.
Health Minister reveals: More males die from cancer
...Fuad: Top priority for cancer patients
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan said yesterday that treatment to cancer patients will be given the highest priority due to the number of cases reported to the Ministry by the National Cancer Registry.
...Major changes coming
US$5 million for Life Fund
CARIBBEAN AIRLINES (CAL) has donated a sum of US$5 million to the Children's Life Fund.
Petrotrin makes $2.1b profit
CNG vehicles to use PBR
CABINET has approved "a green policy" for the Priority Bus Route (PBR) which will result in the PBR being used by vehicles fuelled by compressed natural gas (CNG) rather than fossil fuels (gasoline).
Michael Harris: Standing in our shoes and wondering
Keith Subero: Gene's issues still with us
Ronald Sanders: The Caribbean's gay dilemma
Too much Play Whe
Outspoken Chairman of the Catholic Commission for Social Justice (CCSJ), Leela Ramdeen, on Saturday reiterated that the National Lotteries Control Board's (NLCB's) decision to introduce a third Play Whe and Pick 2 draw will not aid in nation-building.
Crackdown on UK car stealing racket in T&T
POLICE from the Stolen Vehicles Squad (SVS) have unearthed a car stealing racket from the United Kingdom (UK), involving Range Rovers and BMW cars.
State looks at Ish and Steve appeal
THE attorney who led the legal team representing the Attorney General in the recently-concluded Steve Ferguson and Ishwar Galbaransingh extradition challenge says the issue of appealing the judge's decision is under consideration.
Citizens arrest ‘killer' in Claxton Bay
RESIDENTS of Claxton Bay soundly beat a man after catching him red-handed inside a couple's home where he admitted he had gone to kill them.
Man murdered in Diego Martin
A 22-year-old labourer of St Lucien Road, Diego Martin was shot dead while at Cezan Trace, Blue Basin, at about 9 pm on Saturday.
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