TAX MUST COME BACK
Posted: Sunday, July 15, 2012
TAX MUST COME BACK
Howai: Lost property fees costing State revenue
Mahabir to Rambarran: Guard the independence of Central Bank
Economist Dr Dhanayshar Mahabir has appealed to newly-appointed Governor Jwala Rambarran to institute aggressive regulations at the Central Bank (CB) as soon as possible.
Opposition hopes Rambarran can do job
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday expressed hope that newly-appointed Central Bank Governor, J'wala Rambarran, will be up to the task of maintaining the integrity of the prestigious institution.
CAL must drop Air Jamaica brand from planes
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has instructed national carrier Caribbean Airlines (CAL) to drop its Air Jamaica (AJ) brand from its aircraft.
Harry's soap opera
IF THERE is one moment you are likely to remember from the Sir Colman Inquiry, this is it: last Thursday, at a few minutes past three o'clock, Edwin Glasgow QC, called Harry Harnarine an ass.
Robbery claims second Chinese victim
Just hours after his wife was killed at their business place in Cunupia, 60-year-old Yang Jiang Hua succumbed to his injuries at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex in Mt Hope.
Bartholomew takes complaint to UNAIDS
DIRECTOR of the Medical Research Centre (MRC), Professor Courtenay Bartholomew, has written to new UNAIDS executive director, Michael Sidebe, to report the "unbelievable, unethical and unprecedented" malpractice of a certain doctor in his treatment of HIV/Aids patients in TT.
Malaysian whistleblower alleges: Hart funnels T&T $$ to Singapore
Millions of dollars allegedly belonging to the former executive chairman of the Urban Development Corporation of T&T (Udecott), Calder Hart, is reportedly stashed away at a bank in the world's third-richest nation—Singapore.
We want value for money spent—Young
That's what Richard Young, managing director of Scotiabank and president of the Bankers Association of T&T (BATT), says he would like to see.
Khan to go to Colombia in search of doctors
Khan promises to help THA
'A whole way of life destroyed'
AFTER serving his five years on the European-owned sugar estates, Indian indentured immigrant Siew Samai chose Trinidad instead of the trip back to the motherland.
New temporary traffic plan for Tobago
Andree Bagoo: Harry's many faces
Martin Daly: Land of the turtle crushers
Sunity Maharaj: Waiting for Mr Howai
Selwyn Ryan: The Judiciary in the mirror
Lennox Grant: Presidential profusion of words that buzz
Yusuff Ali: Campaign for women bishops faces setback
Baptist mother's head bashed in
THE bizarre killing of an 89-year-old Spiritual Baptist leader in Siparia yesterday morning has left that community in a state of shock.
Sir raped me seven times
A 52-year-old primary school teacher was detained at his Felicity home on Friday night by Central Division Officers, and charged with seven counts of rape and another seven counts of grievous sexual assault against a former female student.
Contractor shot dead in Barataria
A 38-year-old contractor was killed in a shooting in Malick, Barataria, on Friday night. According to police reports, around 9.15 pm, Lincoln Ammon, of Mason Hall, Tobago, was driving his Hyundai pick-up along Seventh Avenue, when residents reported hearing a volley of gunshots.
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