ROWLEY CALLS FOR MARCH
Posted: Monday, September 17, 2012
ROWLEY CALLS FOR MARCH
SECTION 34 CONTROVERSY Opposition Leader urges church, unions, ngos to join pnm in protest from Red House to President's House tomorrow
...Unions contemplate joining PNM march
'Govt, Ish, Steve too close for comfort'
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday said there were too many ties between Attorney General Anand Ramlogan and Justice Minister Herbert Volney to legal matters involving former United National Congress (UNC) financiers Ishwar Galbaransingh and Steve Ferguson.
Rowley must resign
AG slams Opposition failure to act on Section 34
Section 34 weighs on legal minds
With the ceremonial opening of the new law term scheduled to take place today, at least one prominent attorney has expressed the hope that measures could be put in place to deal with the length of time spent during trials saying some criminal cases have lasted as long as six to seven months.
...Dumas: Cabinet must share the blame
Former head of the public service Reginald Dumas ...
Karim: Clause 34 fiasco no blow to Govt credibility
Despite widespread criticism of the Government for passing Clause 34 of the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act 2011, Minister of Tertiary Education Fazal Karim denies that the People's Partnership has lost credibility.
GIRL, 2, BEATEN
A 31-year-old man is facing child cruelty charges for beating a two-year-old girl who refused to eat a sandwich.
Patients made to pay for private visits
Doctors run own clinics at Mt Hope...
Budget breaks for business to boost growth, job creation
Government plans to offer incentives to encourage small and medium size businesses in the upcoming budget.
...Group in dark over $2b Govt bond ad
Freak storm hits Sando
Hundreds of residents in San Fernando and environs were left counting their losses last night after gale force winds and heavy rains battered many areas...
Williams: Police ready for fallout
Muslim outrage over anti-Islamic film
Data protection in T&T
The Data Protection Act was assented to on June 22, 2011, and has partially come into force by Legal Notice No 2 of 2012.
Cane farmers pledge to assist with food security
The Cane Farmers Association plans on establishing, with the assistance of funding from the European Union (EU) and the Government of T&T, an "economic and social zone" in south Trinidad.
Marion O'Callaghan: Herskovits and the Yoruba
Melville Herskovits and his wife Frances Shapiro Herskovits, having done field work among the Bush Negroes of what was then Dutch Guiana, stopped off at Port-of-Spain.
Eight arrested; cocaine seized on CAL flight
Security officials in Guyana, yesterday, arrested eight persons following the seizure of close to 60 pounds of cocaine found in a checked suitcase aboard a Caribbean Airlines plane bound for New York.
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