Time to Account
Posted: Monday, June 25, 2012
Time to Account
JACK WARNER has hit the ground running. Although he will be formerly sworn in today as National Security Minister, this has not stopped Warner from already summoning heads of all arms of the National Security Ministry to a high-powered meeting scheduled for tomorrow.
Reservations about CoP Gibbs
WHEN Jack Warner tomorrow chairs his first meeting with heads of the various agencies within national security, in his capacity as newly appointed National Security Minister, he will do so with "certain reservations" about the stewardship of Commissioner of Police Dwayne Gibbs
Runaway car kills housewife
On her 28th wedding anniversary, Celestine Persad suffered a tragic death when a car ran off the road, knocked over a shed and crushed her outside her Barrackpore businessplace yesterday.
Car slams into woman
CELESTINE PERSAD, 48, was killed at her home in Barrackpore yesterday morning while she and her husband Basdeo were discussing how they would spend the day in celebration of their 28th wedding anniversary.
Muradali for Sando Mayor
IN THE end and after all of the raging controversy, the Congress of the People (COP) got what it wanted - a San Fernando Mayor who is a COP member. Deputy San Fernando Mayor Dr Navi Muradali will assume Mayorship of the southern city
TOP chief ready to take blame
The buck stops with me, Ashworth Jack, leader of the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP), said yesterday...
More people dependent on PM
Panday on Cabinet reshuffle...
DIEGO MARTIN North/East MP Colm Imbert yesterday declared the appointment of United National Congress (UNC) chairman Jack Warner as National Security Minister should be "frightening to all right-thinking citizens" of Trinidad and Tobago.
COP happy with Cabinet realignment
Congress of the People (COP) leader Prakash Ramadhar is happy with the new Cabinet realignment, as he believes the party is now stronger in the People's Partnership (PP) Government.
Ramesh slams PP
FORMER UNC attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj yesterday slammed the People's Partnership (PP) Government for failing to keep its manifesto promises to be transparent, accountable and corruption free.
5 to be sworn in today
Religion teaches tolerance
The gay debate in T&T
'State-owned media means misinformation'
Caribbean New Media Group CEO Ken Ali was notably absent from a panel discussion entitled "The State of State Media" on the second day of the International Press Institute's (IPI) 60th annual World Congress.
New minister to be open about Govt spending
Newly assigned Minister of Communication Jamal Mohammed said yesterday that one of his core responsibilities will be informing the public of how billions of taxpayers' money are being spent by the People's Partnership Government.
Tears for slain journalists
Tears flowed from the eyes of Alison Bethel McKenzie, executive director of the International Press Institute (IPI), as she spoke of the deaths of journalists worldwide - 72 of whom have been killed so far in 2012.
Point Fortin nurses took me for vagrant
Kurleen Cooper, survivor of last month's savage dog attack, has said she is thankful for the care she received at San Fernando General Hospital (SFGH), but laments her treatment at Point Fortin Area Hospital, since the nurses initially thought she was a vagrant.
Domestics demand their dues
When a Diamond Vale house cost $10,000
Keith Subero: Mirror for cabinet maker
Michael Harris: Turning on the spigots
Facts about our figures
Elderly woman not guilty of stoning neighbour's cars
An 85-year-old woman accused of pelting her neighbour's two cars with stones has been freed by a San Fernando magistrate.
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