Posted: Monday, August 27, 2012
...PM dismisses Minister after failing to take breathalyser test
Minister given breathalyser test after night out
A government minister yesterday morning was administered a breathalyser test by police after leaving a popular Port-of-Spain nightclub.
...Hinds: Why wasn't he charged?
Opposition Senator Fitzgerald Hinds yesterday said the People's National Movement (PNM) was calling for the immediate resignation of Minister in the Minister of National Security Collin Partap following his run-in with the law early yesterday morning.
Marlene: It's a victory
Lee Sing: Traffic reversal a 'backward step'
...St James residents 'ecstatic'
Residents and business owners in the Woodbrook/St James areas are "ecstatic" the experimental traffic plan introduced in July will end in almost half the time it was intended to last.
Rambachan on $410m for constituencies: MPs fund no ploy to win elections
Parliamentarians would have the opportunity to debate the proposed $410 million Constituency Development Fund (CDF) during the current Parliamentary term, Local Government Minister Surujrattan Rambachan has said.
Mom wants revenge
11-year-old shot dead in Laventille
Hinds accuses Jack of 'grand plot' to own newspapers
PNM senator Fitzgerald Hinds says National Security Minister Jack Warner's moves to acquire shares in the daily Newsday and weekly TnT Mirror newspapers is part of "a grand plot."
CAL cancels Florida flights over Isaac
Caribbean Airlines cancelled flights to and from Florida yesterday as the US state braces for a hit from Tropical Storm Isaac.
Tassa group awaits Govt $$
THE Tassa Association of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) is disappointed that the Government has not yet made a disclosure of the exact amount of money that will be given to assist with the 13th National Tassarama Competition that was held on Saturday.
Sir Ellis among first to get Trinity Cross
T&T's highest award to outstanding citizens...
5 get first Trinity Cross in 1969
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO may have won its Independence 50 years ago, but it was not until seven years later that a system of conferring national awards was introduced to honour exceptional citizens.
Michael Harris: In the fires of hope and prayer
Reginal Dumas: Two Tobago concerns
Keith Subero: Warnings from Williams
Marion O'Callaghan: Race enters Trini politics
No plans for police post in John John
There are no immediate plans to reintroduce a police post at John John, Laventille, after last Tuesday's incident in which Nigel Caesar was shot dead by police.
Man on $5,000 bond for uttering false credit report
A Williamsville man who admitted to seeking a visa renewal from the US Embassy with a false credit statement avoided serving a jail term when a magistrate placed him on a bond and ordered him to keep the peace for the next six months.
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