Warner saves Prakash from being sacked
Posted: Sunday, May 13, 2012
CANCER PROBE MIX-UP
There is no plan by the Kamla Persad-Bissessar administration to have a public Commission of Enquiry into the radiation overdose incident at the Brian Lara Cancer Treatment Centre (BLCTC), Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan yesterday disclosed.
Warner saves Prakash from being sacked
Chairman of the United National Congress (UNC) Jack Warner was the lone Cabinet colleague who came out in defense of Congress of the People (COP) leader Prakash Ramadhar—ensuring he was not stripped of his ministerial portfolio. This was revealed to the Sunday Guardian by Cabinet sources and COP members.
Playing politics with CAL
WASA, Fondes Amandes residents fight over land
The village of Fondes Amandes, St Ann’s, is peaceful and intimate; villagers say they grew up side by side and feel more like a big family than like neighbours. But since early this year, a battle has been brewing over the village and residents are no longer feeling peaceful. On February 6, WASA wrote to residents in the area, informing them they had “illegally and unlawfully entered upon the lands of the Water and Sewerage Authority…"
Chaguaramas body orders firm to demolish $.5m jetty
Kamla stresses family unity for Mother's Day
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has called on mothers who have left their duties behind to reconsider and reconnect. In her Mother's Day message, she called mothers the "gatekeepers" of a country and also called on families who have fallen apart to make that effort to reconnect.
Volney denies farmland takeover for Carlsen Field courthouse
The Ministry of Justice has no plans of taking some 62 acres of Carlsen Field land for the construction of a courthouse. The facility would instead be built on just 15 acres of land. The ministry has been accused of moving in on arable farming lands in the area.
FOUR PERISH IN ROAD ACCIDENTS
Two brothers and their 19-year-old cousin died early yesterday morning after the vehicle in which they were occupants crashed into a Charlotte Street, Port-of-Spain business-place. The driver of the car escaped with minor injuries and was warded in stable condition at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital yesterday.
2 brothers, cousin die in crash
Cops seize $4M in ganja
Alleyne's sister on careless-driving charge
Suspect still in custody
A 38-year-old Morvant man, who was detained on Friday hours after he was identified as the suspect in the chopping and beating death of a bedridden grandmother, remained in police custody yesterday pending further investigations.
'Street hustler' killed in accident
Police seize $15m in high-grade 'Jam', 2 weapons in Arima
TWO men are now in police custody after police reportedly seized more than $15 million worth of high-grade, compressed marijuana and two high-powered weapons in Arima early yesterday. The drug interdiction took place around 6 a.m. at the corner of Cocorite Road and the Churchill Roosevelt Highway, Arima, and involved officers of the Arima CID and Northern Division Task Force.
'Gang member' shot dead by police
Man shot dead by cops in D/Martin
‘I will find those scum’
Frustrated over the failure of the Guyana police to find the main suspect and accomplice in the brutal murder of his 18-year-old daughter, prominent attorney Odai Ramischand yesterday vowed to travel to Guyana to find his daughter’s killers all by himself.
One man stands in the way of UWI Debe Campus construction
After paying $7 million to relocate 49 farmers from 100 acres of agricultural lands to begin construction of the University of the West Indies, St Augustine, South Campus in Debe/Penal, one defiant farmer is standing in the way of its development.
Arouca inmate gets 13 CXC passes
Police search for schoolboy in pelting attack
Police carried out a search for a student at St Mary’s College, Port-of-Spain, on Friday, following a report that devotees of the Hare Krishna movement taking part in a peaceful procession known as the Festival of India were pelted with stones as they were passing by the college.
UNC broadens party horizon
Senator hits boardwalk
Martin Daly: 'It's the hope that hurts'
Selwyn Ryan: 'Nothing hallowed about collective responsibility'
Lennox Grant: 'Days of siege' airbrushed in memory
Sunity Maharaj: What women want
Raffique Shah: Playing politics with CAL
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