Jack wants Mirror, Newsday
Posted: Sunday, August 26, 2012
Jack wants Mirror, Newsday
National Security Minister in talks to buy newspapers
Govt pulls plug on west PoS traffic plan
Government has scrapped the west Port-of-Spain experimental traffic scheme and will revert to the old arrangement when school reopens on September 3.
West traffic plan scrapped
The experimental traffic plan set for St James and environs, which was implemented by National Security Minister, Austin Jack Warner, on July 16, with the support of Port-of-Spain Mayor Louis Lee Sing, included some major changes, including making the Western Main Road and Tragarete Road one-way heading west and Ariapita Avenue east-bound, has been rescinded.
Ministry of Works to call it a day with traffic plan
Come September 3, the West Port of Spain traffic plan will be scrapped to avoid traffic.
SCHOOLBOY, 10, SHOT DEAD
A TEN-year-old schoolboy and a 19-year-old teen were shot dead yesterday in Laventille. Karim Alfonse, the ten-year-old relative of a man awaiting trial for murder died yesterday, hours after being shot several times by the gunman.
Laventille friends shot: two die
OFFICERS of the Port of Spain Division are bracing themselves for bloodshed in the Laventille area after an 11-year-old boy was shot and killed a stone's throw away from his home early yesterday morning
Therese wanted to move on from job
Dookeran: We need proper training for diplomats
Wilkes, Crawford honoured in Sando
THE country's first Olympic medallist and first Olympic gold medallist were honoured by the San Fernando City Corporation last Friday night for their contributions to the city of San Fernando and the country.
Khan: PM's face on flag a travesty
The People's National Movement (PNM) has accused the People's Partnership Government of the subtle politicising of Independence Day by interfering with the red, white and black theme traditionally seen on decorations.
...Regional corporation in a bind with unused $1m toilet
Cunupia batching plant reports $5.6m in losses
...as owners await planning approval
Activist: I've suffered nerve damage because of arrest
TWO months after being arrested when police and soldiers destroyed the Highway Re-Route Movement camp at Debe, the group's leader, Dr Wayne Kublalsingh, said yesterday injuries he suffered during the arrest have left him with mobility problems.
Duprey keeps medal
THE CHIEF JUSTICE Ivor Archie-chaired National Awards Committee has declined to strip former CL Financial executive chairman Lawrence Duprey of his Chaconia Gold medal – the country's second highest honour – in the wake of the Clico collapse which affected thousands throughout the country.
Bukka Rennie launches 'History of Labour'
A new book on the history of the labour goes on the shelves this week with the launch of Bukka Rennie's latest work, History of the Working Class of Trinidad and Tobago in the 20th Century (1919—1956).
Lennox Grant: Years of upbringing: riff on 1962-1969
Selwyn Ryan: Williams' rendezvous with destiny
Sunity Maharaj: Gift of a Trojan horse
Andre Bagoo: Caution on police shooting
Raffique Shah: Wine and have a good time
Thieves plunder mega farms in Central
...owners plead for return of Agriculture Ranger Squad
Escaped prisoners recaptured at Grand Stand
Three prisoners who escaped from the Port-of-Spain State Prison early yesterday morning were recaptured a short while later at the Grand Stand, Queen's Park Savannah.
Doubles vendor killed over $4
Customer refuses to pay, returns with knife...
Trini pilot gets early jail release
Gederon, who served 18 years on a manslaughter conviction for the strangulation of fiancée Monique Gordon, was escorted to the plane by police and immigration officers carrying out the order for his deportation.
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