Re-routing highway not an option, says Warner
Posted: Saturday, June 9, 2012
Re-routing highway not an option, says Warner
Works and Infrastructure Minister Jack Warner says re-routing Debe to Mondesir Road, Fyzabad, stretch of the Solomon Hochoy Highway, is not an option.
Warner: Tweaks but no major change in Debe Protesters threaten legal action
Ex-commissioner denies turning blind eye to warnings
LETTER after letter was sent to the then-commissioner of co-operative development Keith Maharajh warning that there was a "real threat" the "life savings and the pension plans" of Hindu Credit Union members were at risk under the stewardship of Harry Harnarine.
'No easy way out for Govt'
Government's intervention in the collapsed CL Financial conglomerate (CLF) will not end anytime soon.
Woman in court for husband's murder
MOTHER of six Natalie Lima appeared in the Siparia Magistrates' Court yesterday charged with the murder of her husband.
MSJ: Ten quit state boards
Ten Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) appointees to state boards have heeded a call from the party's political leader, David Abdulah, to resign because of concerns over the issue of governance under the People's Partnership Government.
Jack: Ministry or not, it's my duty to help build T&T
Even if Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar strips him of his ministerial portfolio in her Cabinet reshuffle, Works and Infrastructure Minister Jack Warner says he will continue to build T&T and the People's Partnership Government.
Don't walk in my constituency
Political Leader of the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) David Abdulah has come under fire from Chaguanas East MP Stephen Cadiz who has taken issue with Abdulah's recent walkabout in his constituency.
'Bizarre' range of activities
BOTH the Hindu Credit Union (HCU) and CL Financial's insurance arm, Clico, were possibly involved in money laundering, according to a warning in a letter of complaint which engaged the attention of at least three former PNM ministers back in 2002.
HCU: A runaway horse
ON PAPER, the office of the Commissioner for Cooperative Development – the body that is supposed to regulate the credit union sector – is independent.
$102m collected in traffic fines from 2005 to 2011
This was revealed by the Minister of National Security, in the Senate yesterday, Tower D, Waterfront Centre, Port of Spain in response to a written question from People's National Movement (PNM) Senator Pennelope Beckles.
Lawyers for Jesus sound warning on abortion and gay marriage
LAW MAKERS should consider what is best for the country and not seek to redefine the term gender as it is the first step in legalising homosexual marriages and abortion.
Hindu Women's Organisation: Dharma and free will guide us on issues
Religious groups speak out on Govt gender agenda
Several faith-based organisations and the group known as Lawyers for Jesus assembled yesterday to speak out against Government's proposal for a re-definition of the term gender in the National Gender policy.
Keep out same sex, abortion
Faith-based groups are speaking out in opposition of a National Gender Policy which if implemented may pave the way to legalise abortion and same sex relationships in Trinidad and Tobago.
Fuad welcomes new batch of Cuban doctors and nurses
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan has welcomed 70 Cuban doctors and nurses to T&T. This was done during the opening session of an orientation programme for health professionals from Cuba.
Who owns No 1 Mucurapo?
OWNERSHIP of land at No 1 Mucurapo, currently occupied by the Jammat al Muslimeen still remains an open question and Commissioners presiding on the July 27, 1990, attempted coup Commission of Enquiry are no closer to knowing with certainty whether legal title to the property is vested with the State or the Port-of-Spain City Corporation.
Children suffer neglect, abuse
Neglect and abuse are the two biggest problems children in this country face on a daily basis.
Dana Seetahal: Is it an offence or not?
Tony Deyal: Honour thy Mayor
100 arrests in joint army/police patrols
OVER 100 persons have been arrested and over 100 traffic tickets issued since the start of the joint police/army patrols throughout the country on Wednesday night.
Father of murder victim claims: 'Thieving' cops cleaned out my son's home
One week after Jason Khadoo was murdered, his grieving family suffered a double blow when police stormed his home and allegedly stole his belongings, hours before his funeral.
Dad of 4 killed in crash
SHORTLY after he left a fete at a nightclub, 43-year-old father of four Edwin Mc Bain was dead — killed after his car crossed over the median of the Churchill Roosevelt Highway and crashed into a truck transporting tanks of LPG cooking gas.
AK-47, ammo, drugs seized in city raid
A RUSSIAN-MADE AK-47 assault rifle, 250 rounds of assorted ammunition and a quantity of cocaine and marijuana were seized by police during an exercise in the capital city yesterday morning.
Cop in court on fraud charges
A police officer with 19 years' service yesterday appeared in court charged with fraud.
Serial rapist nabbed
A SERIAL rapist, who police said preyed on women while pretending to be a private hire (PH) taxi-driver operating on the Caparo to Chaguanas taxi route, was arrested by police yesterday at his Mt Lambert apartment home.
MOM: I SCREAMED FOR SURI
ALERT RESIDENTS foiled a kidnapping in central Trinidad yesterday morning as a mother screamed for help when a man snatched her four-year-old daughter outside a pre-school in Carapichaima and ran off with the child.
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