ISH, STEVE WANT $76m
Posted: Sunday, September 23, 2012
ISH, STEVE WANT $76m
UNC financiers claim legal costs for judicial review
Jack: I do not recall Volney resigning
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday declined comment on former minister of justice Herbert Volney's claims that he had attempted to tender his resignation mere hours before he was fired by her on national television.
Move to set Security Ministry arm in Laventille
An arm of the Ministry of National Security is to be set up in Laventille, Minister of National Security Jack Warner said yesterday.
AG's $3m townhouse
Two months after he became Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago, Anand Ramlogan secured a luxury townhouse at La Rive in Maraval.
AG must answer for his role
Praise pours in for PM's stance
SUPPORT streamed in yesterday for Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar in the wake of the Section 34 controversy
Warner: Govt will not fall because of Section 34
Dumas: Govt will have a tough time restoring trust in public
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar does not have to give a reason for firing a member of her government since T&T is modelled on the Westminster system says former head of the public service, Reginald Dumas.
COP leader: Let Section 34 be a lesson for the nation
THE privilege of being free to "chart our own destiny" must not be abused, Congress of the People (COP) leader Prakash Ramadhar said in his Republic Day message yesterday.
Prakash to act as Justice Minister
Legal Affairs Minister Prakash Ramadhar is holding the portfolio of Justice Minister until Tobagonian attorney Christlyn Moore takes over this week as Justice Minister.
Fuad to call in Fraud Squad
...as EWMSC worker caught with false job letter and pay slip
'Be more human in applying law'
A vicious, oppressive cycle is hanging over the judicial system and punishment is not fixing the problem of abuse in the prisons, says Justice Vasheist Kokaram.
Cepep wants $700 m in budget
9 % pay hike for PTSC workers
After two days of protest action and years of awaiting a wage settlement, workers at the Public Transportation Service Corporation (PTSC) can now breathe a sigh of relief.
Gordon: No attempt made to persuade the Commission
PM sister's travel expense matter
Veteran masman dies
Geraldo Vieira Snr, a former King of Carnival, masquerader and mas craftsman...
Guardian Ghost of the Naparimas
Martin Daly: Irretrievably Third World
Lennox Grant: Fall-out from that 'T&T Spring' of 2010
Sunity Maharaj: Water more than flour
Raffique Shah: Backward ever, forward never
Headless corpse found in Moruga
THE decomposing body of a headless man found in Moruga is believed to be that of a person who was reported missing earlier this month in central Trinidad.
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