Posted: Saturday, August 25, 2012
Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke yesterday ducked questions on who between National Security Minister Jack Warner and Port-of-Spain Mayor Louis Lee Sing was telling the truth about meeting with criminals who wanted to turn their lives around.
PNM condemns Jack's 'wild allegations'
The Opposition PNM had no knowledge of any meeting between National Security Minister Jack Warner and gangsters and is condemning him for "his wild allegations," according to a release yesterday from the party's general-secretary Ashton Ford.
Rowley: Warner disgraceful
PNM POLITICAL Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday said he does not "micro-manage" PNM Port-of-Spain Mayor Louis Lee Sing, as he denied any involvement in a meeting between National Security Minister Jack Warner, Lee Sing and two unnamed criminals.
PNM GANGS UP ON Jack, LEE SING
...Party had nothing to do with 'gangsters' meeting
Warner refuses to respond on Lee Sing
...joins PM on Olympic motorcade
Duke denies gangsters present at meeting with Jack
Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke has denied that there were gang members present in a meeting with National Security Minister Jack Warner and Port-of-Spain Mayor Louis Lee Sing last week.
CoP Williams: Don't rope me into that
Officials mum on Warner's claims
Ramlogan: Curious Warner was on fact-finding mission
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan yesterday defended the presence of National Security Minister Jack Warner at a meeting that included gang leaders despite the Government's strict policy against it.
Trained staff now more vigilant
Bankers boss on money laundering 'increase':
Aunt: Cop had threatened to kill Muslim man after Eid
Shot Caesar laid to rest
'Honour tassa just like pan'
Call to make drum second national instrument
4 WASA plants down after floods
More than half of the Water and Sewerage Authority's (WASA) production facilities which went down following Thursday's heavy downpour are back up and running.
Diego families get keys to HDC homes
Twenty-three families from Diego Martin whose properties were severely damaged by the heavy rains and landslides two weeks ago were handed keys to temporary homes in Oropune Gardens, Piarco, yesterday.
'Diego' centre row set to end
THE feud between Garnet Moe, manager of the Diamond Vale Community Centre, and Anthony Sammy, chairman of the Diego Martin Regional Corporation, may have come to an end.
Isaac closes in on Haiti
Tropical Storm Isaac strengthened as it swirled toward vulnerable Haiti yesterday evening, threatening to bring punishing rains to people still without homes after the 2010 earthquake, but unlikely to gain enough steam to strike as a hurricane.
Rambachan impressed by east PoS activists
...they're very keen on their community says minister
Manning vitals good
Former Prime Minister Patrick Manning may be released today from the San Fernando General Hospital (SFGH) where he has been under observation for a seizure he suffered at his Vistabella home on Thursday.
New programme promoting patriotism hailed as success
FOUR HUNDRED youths participated in the Patriotism Environmental and Citizenship Education (PEACE) graduation ceremony held yesterday at the University of Trinidad and Tobago's South Campus in San Fernando.
Make tassa national
Members of the Tassa Association of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) yesterday lobbied Minister of the Arts and Multiculturalism, Dr Lincoln Douglas, to declare the tassa drum the country's second national instrument.
Dana Seetahal: Meeting with gang leaders — again?
Tony Deyal: Nuts in a name?
Action on watercourses
Lucky probes killing
As Laventille residents bid an emotional farewell to Nigel "Black Boy" Caesar, the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) was expected to receive a file from the police yesterday on information collected so far on the shooting death of the 23-year-old man.
Case against officers put off
Police fail to send file to DPP...
2 held after chase
Two men have been arrested following a high speed chase along the Uriah Butler Highway between police officers and alleged car thieves.
Magistrate imposes fine and orders bath
A Princes Town man with multiple convictions was yesterday spared a jail term for the possession of cocaine.
Pensioner scammed out of $12,000
A San Fernando pensioner was robbed of $12,000 after he withdrew the money from the bank and gave it to a stranger who claimed he needed to place the sum into an account in order to withdraw US currency sent to him by his brother from the United States.
Father fined for smoking cocaine
AFTER collecting his wages a father gave some of the cash to his children, paid his bills then purchased cocaine for his personal use.
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