ONLY ONE BEER
Posted: Thursday, June 21, 2012
ONLY ONE BEER
Brother of driver in Caura accident that claimed 5 lives says he wasn't drunk
Stick to labour issues, MSJ leaders
Once again, the labour movement seems to be out of touch with the reality of the political and economic times—a case of Ancel in Wonderland falling down a political rabbit hole and wandering around in a world of fantasy.
Lambert: I serve working class
PRESIDENT General of the National Union of Government and Federated Workers (NUGFW), James Lambert will replace Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) leader David Abdulah in the Senate, the Office of the Prime Minister announced last night.
I don't want to be PM
EVEN AS his labour comrades hailed him as a future Prime Minister, Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) political leader and ex-Government Senator David Abdulah yesterday said he has no "personal ambition" to become Prime Minister.
Jagdeo Singh rakes in $2m in legal fees
The State has forked out close to $2 million in taxpayers' money to pay attorney Jagdeo Singh for legal services rendered last year to a state enterprise.
Judge warns Gafoor, media: Watch your comments
Justice Vasheist Kokaram has issued a warning to suspended deputy chairman Integrity Commission Chairman Gladys Gafoor and members of the media to exercise caution when commenting on issues surrounding her ongoing lawsuit...
...AG 'sets the record straight' on impasse
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan yesterday denied that he ever asked embattled member of the Integrity Commission Gladys Gafoor to resign.
People trafficking 'a problem in T&T'
AS many as 27 million people are living in slavery around the world, including Trinidad and Tobago, which has been identified as a destination, source and transit point for adults and children subjected to sex trafficking and forced labour.
Suriname looks to increased T&T ties
Suriname is looking to T&T for co-operation in the energy sector and the establishment of industrial zones, says Suriname Land and Spatial Development and Environment Minister Ginmardo Kromosoeto.
Two funerals planned for Coudray's daughter
$50 note for Independence
The Port-of-Spain Experimental Traffic Scheme would be implemented on July 16, with a minimum of 29 traffic wardens to ensure the plan, which includes one-way traffic on some streets, worked smoothly.
Wrecker put on hold
Ease-up in downtown PoS
No to same sex marriage
GENDER, Youth and Child Development Minister Verna St Rose-Greaves yesterday made it abundantly clear that same-sex marriage is not and was never on the table in terms of a National Gender Policy for this country.
$24m in study guides for CAPE, CSEC
Government is considering spending $24 million on the purchase of study guides for students preparing for the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) and the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC).
60% CSEC students get less than 5 passes
1,000 pupils in police bad books
Gopeesingh: 3,500 suspensions in schools
Bridget Brereton: Endless holidays
John Spence: Legislation for Tobago
Winford James: What? No reaction from Jack?!
OSHA for limers?
We continue today on a theme begun in yesterday's editorial - "Alcohol and Speed", where we spoke about the dangers of alcohol and called for an acknowledgement of alcohol's role in the deaths of too many persons on the roads.
Warrant out for cop on sex charge
A warrant was yesterday issued for the arrest of a police sergeant on a rape charge after he failed to turn up for his matter in the San Fernando Magistrates' Court.
Suspect held for kidnap, sex assault of 14-year-old boy
Central police seize guns, ammo
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