Murder plot not stopping Kamla
Posted: Thursday, December 1, 2011
Plot to throw T&T into state of panic
Investigators probing the alleged plot to assassinate Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and three of her cabinet colleagues have revealed there was a well-orchestrated plan.
Cops probe link to threat against PM
Guns, ammo found at home of Central businessman
Up to late yesterday, officers for the Criminal intelligence Unit (CIU) and the Organised Crime Narcotics and Firearms Bureau (OCNFB) were searching for the businessman, who owns a car rental company in north Trinidad.
Ex-US soldier linked to plot
Another four detention orders served
Ex-army man's wife denies his dismissal
Baboolal-Barrington denies reports that her husband was "dishonourably discharged from the army".
Murder plot not stopping Kamla
In the face of an assassination plot against her, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday kept up with her public engagements as she made an impromptu visit to the Salvatori vending site in Port-of-Spain.
Kamla: I'm not frightened by 'alleged' plot
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday said she would not limit her public engagements because of an "alleged assassination plot" against her and members of her Cabinet.
Cadiz on Rowley's statement: 'Robocop' never helped me in 2010 elections
...Rowley challenged, and told to 'apologise'
Golden Grove 'below Robocop's standards'
Selwyn "Robocop" Alexis complained yesterday that he was being kept in atrocious conditions in "Guantanamo"—the high-risk section of the Golden Grove Prison in Arouca.
2 detainees appeal to SoE tribunal
Cops to quiz John John man
Officers of the Criminal Intelligence Unit (CIU) led by Snr Supt John Martinez yesterday viewed several books, diskettes, the hard drive from a computer and the internet history of a computer seized from a 27-year-old John John man detained in connection with the plot to assassinate Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and three Cabinet ministers.
Baksh to Muslims: Don't fan flames of division with Hindus
His call follows anti-Muslim/Hindu sentiments in response to revelation of an alleged plot to assassinate Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and three members of her Cabinet.
Cuthbert Joseph succumbs to cancer
Former People's National Movement (PNM) government minister, Dr Cuthbert Joseph, has died.
PNM kudos for the late 'Cutty' Joseph
Former Government Minister Dr Cuthbert Joseph was prepared for death, according to his wife Joyce Joseph. Joseph, 84, died peacefully at his Cascade home on Tuesday morning.
Gusty winds sink six boats
A late-night storm rolled in from the Gulf of Paria shortly after midnight yesterday, bringing high winds and torrential rain that swamped boats at King's Wharf, San Fernando, and felled trees further inland.
Sita outlines conditions for her return to school
At a meeting with School Supervisor III Simion Ferret on Tuesday, Gajadharsingh-Nanga laid our six conditions that must be met before she would consider returning to the school.
Central Bank: We face hard decisions in 2012
Trinidad and Tobago has to face its debt situation and "the difficult decisions" which must be made for the country's economic recovery.
Rise in unemployment will continue into 2012
Central Bank governor predicts:
Kamla: I won't offend Chavez
...Venezuela trip important
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar said it would be "offensive" if she does not travel to Venezuela on the invitation of President Hugo Chavez.
PM orders PURE audit
FINANCE Minister Winston Dookeran has been instructed to conduct an audit into the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure's Programme for Upgrading Roads Efficiency (PURE) unit, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said.
Kamla: Audit for PURE unit, no jobs on the line
Warner in dark over status of programme
Contractors Association: Equipment, materials laying idle
Moonilal: Suspected criminals in CEPEP
HOUSING Minister Roodal Moonilal has revealed that some of the people and organisations whose contracts in housing and the Community-Based Enhancement and Environment Programme (CEPEP) were cancelled were suspected of criminal activity.
A way forward for our crowded roads
It is welcome, and long-awaited, news that a plan targeted at traffic "hot spots" will take effect across Trinidad from Monday. Transport Minister Jack Warner, in keeping with his reputation as a man of action, has taken pre-emptive steps to help minimise the Christmas congestion.
World Bank report: Caribbean at risk with global sea level rise
10 India nationals held
Police are currently probing whether ten nationals from India who were detained yesterday afternoon were working without valid work permits.
Moruga man fined $20,000 for ganja
Cops nab murder suspect
A police exercise in Barataria on Tuesday night has resulted in the arrest of a Morvant man who was wanted by police in connection with a murder and kidnapping.
Rape suspect captured
After several months on the run, police have captured a 28-year-old rape suspect who is also wanted in connection with ten robberies in the Point Fortin district, police reported yesterday.
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