A FIRST FOR T&T
Posted: Thursday, August 9, 2012
A FIRST FOR T&T
19-year-old Keshorn Walcott in Olympic javelin final
London 2012 LIVE UPDATES - T&T men in record run
Govt 'committed' to keeping death penalty
ATTORNEY General Anand Ramlogan says Government is committed to ensuring the death penalty for convicted murderers is implemented.
Three held after shootout in Arima
An Arima man who was injured during a shootout with police on Tuesday, half an hour after he and his friends were allegedly involved in another shooting incident, remained hospitalised under police guard yesterday.
Suspect shot dead during chase
'Week of prayer to help fight crime'
Jack meets with security heads, religious leaders
Jack: PNM in cahoots with criminal elements
National Security Minister Jack Warner believes that criminal elements are working with the Opposition PNM to get him out of office.
London to Baker: Watch false info
Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly Orville London is advising Tobago Development Minister Dr Delmon Baker that in his new capacity he must ensure he is not party to the dissemination of false information.
Exports to India have doubled 'since PM's trip'
... there has been a 60 per cent increase in bilateral trade, from $145 million to $250 million, reported High Commissioner of India to Trinidad and Tobago Malay Mishra.
Planning Ministry gives $4.4m in grants for innovation
$56 million to upgrade Penal, Siparia markets
Mariano sees 'massive drop' in foreign investment
Former People's National Movement (PNM) minister in the Ministry of Finance Mariano Browne on Tuesday criticised the Government for the massive drop in Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) under their watch.
Bring more life back to Sando
Businesses urge mayor
Drainage authority coming to keep watercourses clear
Howai on unemployment rate: Lower than 4.9% hard to achieve
ANR remains in hospital
Rowley to Persad-Bissessar: Tell us if you want to be T&T's President
Opposition Leader Keith Rowley has called on Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to say whether she harbours any ambitions to become President as he has received information to this effect.
Winford James: Robinson's legacy
John Spence: The demise of Local Govt
Gunman fires on wake, mourners dive for cover
A week after Adio Julien's throat was slit and his body dumped in a pond near his home, a gunman disrupted his wake at South Oropouche, firing several shots and sending mourners scampering for safety.
Morvant taxi man slain
A MORVANT taxi-driver was found shot dead inside his car on Tuesday night.
Grandad gets 2 years in jail
23 convictions already...
Teen mom sent back to prison: can't get bail
A teenage mother is unable to secure bail, months after she was charged with possession of a stolen firearm and ammunition.
Mom blamed for delinquent son
THE mother of a 15-year-old boy who stole a gold chain to be able to purchase a pair of shoes has been blamed for her son's actions.
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