Posted: Sunday, April 29, 2012
State seeks to recover $400M from Hart
Two years after former executive chairman of the Urban Development Corporation of T&T (Udecott) resigned from the state agency—civil proceedings are set to be initiated against Calder Hart in relation to the controversial Brian Lara Cricket Academy this week.
The spoils of exploration for two of the country's deep water blocks, which were put up for bid just last week, are threatening a conflict between Trinidad and Tobago and Grenada.
The two offshore acreage blocks- TTDAA 28 and TTDAA 29- which are North-East of T&T border this country's international boundary with Grenada.
Fazal calling for yearly GATE audits
Criminals have residents fearful
A manager employed with Nestle Trinidad Limited bled to death after he and a group of friends were ambushed, robbed and shot by thieves outside a well known hotel located at Bhagna Trace Extension 2, Chase Village, Chaguanas, early yesterday morning. Another senior manager remained warded at hospital nursing gunshot wounds following the attack.
Robbery leaves one dead, one wounded
AN early morning attack yesterday left one man dead and another man, a foreigner, being treated for gunshot wounds. Percelle Plouden, 38, of Maraval died after he was shot in the leg.
Guyana manhunt still on for Nikita's killer
Two daughters home, one still missing
Farmers file injunction against HDC
Pineapple Smith Lands farmers at D'Abadie led by president of the Trinidad Unified Farmers Association, Shiraz Khan yesterday filed an injunction against the Housing Development Corporation (HDC), to block it from removing a farmer from his lands.
Fear of change
NEWS that the People's Partnership Government has made an about turn in accepting the Caribbean Court of Justice as the final appellate court has elicited positive responses from eminent jurists and legal practitioners as well as most rational-thinking citizens.
Embacadere man shot at birthday party
It's T&T sovereign right
Ramesh to Govt: Call a referendum on the death penalty
The time has come for the Government to call a referendum to decide whether the death penalty should resume as the punishment for serious crimes committed in T&T. So says former attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, who said criminals no longer respect the law.
Irrational outbursts from Abdulah—Warner
Chaguanas West MP and UNC chairman Jack Warner believes MSJ leader David Abdulah has a hard time separating his trade union militancy from his role in government. Warner said Abdulah cannot build his party by attempting to destroy the PP Government through attacks in the media.
Plum Mitan farmers fed-up
Osha owes workers $3.7M in outstanding gratuity
US$40M investment for Tamana InTech Park
Discussions still ongoing
Lovelace cops US$10,000 Bocas prize
Martin Daly: 'Crick Crack on Prak back'
Selwyn Ryan: Revisiting Williams
Lennox Grant: Passage to Tobago: rhetoric and reality
Sunity Maharaj: Money without value
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