Ministers give account today
Posted: Friday, June 1, 2012
Ministers give account today
Cabinet Ministers will today be accounting for the stewardship and management of their portfolios as part of the process to enable Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to reconfigure her team.
Govt to probe THA accounts
The People's Partnership Government will launch a forensic investigation into the accounts of the PNM-controlled Tobago House of Assembly (THA).
Mayor renews call: Start building highway from Pt Fortin
THE State will save time, energy and money if work on the highway extension to Point Fortin begins in Point Fortin and not at Golconda, San Fernando.
Sat slams Lee Sing's call for Arrival Day
Secretary general of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha Satnarayan Maharaj has criticised Port-of-Spain mayor Louis Lee Sing for calling for Indian Arrival Day to be replaced with Arrival Day.
Panday sees backlash against PP
Former prime minister Basdeo Panday says women from the Highway Re-route Movement were not breaking the law when they blocked Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar during an Indian Arrival celebration at Debe on Wednesday.
Unfortunate, in bad faith and in poor taste. This was how Government Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal described the protest action taken by a group of women in Debe on Wednesday who are opposed to the construction of the Mon Desir segment of the multi-million dollar highway to Point Fortin and want it stopped.
Two female activists: Police right to move protesters
Roget: PM turning her back on 'her' people
OILFIELDS Workers' Trade Union (OWTU) president general, Ancel Roget, has accused Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar of turning her back on the people who helped her into Government.
Highway protesters still seeking meeting with Kamla
Crackdown on Ariapita Avenue coming
Mayor of Port-of-Spain Louis Lee Sing has pledged to crack down on unauthorised construction of business houses and noise abuse along Ariapita Avenue. He signalled his intentions at the Port-of-Spain Corporation's monthly statutory meeting at City Hall, Knox Street, Port-of-Spain, yesterday.
Judge summons editors to discuss online posts
The editors-in-chief of two daily newspapers have been summoned by Justice Mark Mohammed to discuss the comments posted by readers on the newspapers' Web sites concerning the sedition case of Jamaat al Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr.
Injunction stops HDC
...Farmer stays on land until court's ruling
TCL workers put out, gate locked
Advised to wait for management call-up...
Police: Probe stopped...until more info
TWO days after Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Senior Counsel Roger Gaspard denied he told police to halt investigations into bribery allegations levelled against Works Minister Jack Warner, police are saying the matter is "terminated pending further developments".
Different views of Gibbs, Gaspard worry PSC
Bribery allegations against Jack...
Prisoner found hanging in police cell
A probe has been launched into the death of a San Juan fishmonger whose body was yesterday found hanging from a rafter in a holding cell at San Juan Police Station.
Mom: My son will never kill himself
RELATIVES of a man who allegedly committed suicide inside a police station holding cell yesterday faced off with police officers in a confrontation that descended into a fist fight.
19-year-old held for raping schoolgirl
A 19-YEAR-old man is expected to appear in court this week for allegedly raping a 14-year-old Debe schoolgirl on Tuesday.
Magistrate: I am distressed
A MAGISTRATE yesterday expressed his "distress" that a man accused of murder has made over 90 court appearances and the matter is yet to begin.
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