'Fire AG by Wed'
Posted: Sunday, September 23, 2012
'Fire AG by Wed'
'Ultimatum' for PM...
'Call THA elections now'
Kamla tosses back to Rowley...
Rowley, cool yourself
Anil: No elections until 2015...
SENATE PRESIDENT SEEKS ADVICE
SENATE President Timothy Hamel-Smith has asked the Clerk of the Senate to advise over whether the Parliament may initiate disciplinary proceedings against sacked Minister of Justice Herbert Volney
PM, AG were warned of impact of law
Right to recall faces axe
THE GOVERNMENT is now poised to drop a controversial proposal for giving citizens a right to recall errant Members of Parliament, in favour of the entrenchment of Local Government in the Constitution
AG defends purchase of million-dollar properties
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan says the multi-million-dollar properties he has bought have been bought honestly.
Anil: Govt MPs are successful people
AG's $3m townhouse
ADB leased 'exotic boardroom' for $10M
ALTHOUGH the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) had its own boardroom at its Henry Street, Port-of-Spain building, the bank, in 2009, leased a separate building next door, to hold board meetings.
Schoolteacher beaten, stabbed over 'bad drive'
A primary schoolteacher was killed mere metres from his home on Saturday night following an altercation with a group of men, all reportedly over a "bad drive".
KILLED AFTER 'BAD DRIVE'
Helpful teacher stabbed after dispute with 4 men
...Ministers eagerly await allocations
MOST governmental ministers are expecting to get sufficient funding for projects and plans in the upcoming budget that is scheduled to be announced on October 1.
Beverly Hills residents happy with Warner's idea
On Saturday Warner told attendees at the Trinidad and Tobago Police Youth Club extravaganza at the Centre of Excellence, Macoya that he would "uproot trees and clear lands for the Division of National Security in Laventille."
ON the occasion of Trinidad and Tobago's 36th anniversary of Republic Day, leader of the People's National Movement Dr Keith Rowley says the country is going through a "demoralising and testing period"...
'Revise Constitution now'
POLITICAL Leader of the Congress of the People Prakash Ramadhar says the time has come to revisit the Constitution so that future generations will be able to successfully confront the challenges ahead.
T&T, China moving closer
Relations between China and Trinidad and Tobago have been made stronger with the setting up of a Trinidad and Tobago Embassy in China, acting Foreign Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal has said.
TT facing growing pains
TRINIDAD and Tobago is facing "growing pains" Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar says in her Republic Day address to the nation.
PM on young nation state: We'll continue to grow
"Growing pains" is how Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar described myriad challenges facing this country, as the nation marks Republic Day.
Fear on eve of republican status
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO will today celebrate the decision 36 years ago to became a republic within the Commonwealth of Nations.
Catholic Commission: Don't forget the poor, vulnerable
Concerns grow over drifting vessels near Gasparee Island
The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) has started legal processes to remove two old vessels anchored near the Commission's submarine cables off Gasparee Island.
Andre Bagoo: Not the first time
Keith Subero: 'The political lie'
Brother saves brother from going to prison
Despite being severely chopped on his left hand and foot seven years ago, Ryan Sorias appeared in the First Criminal Assize Court in Port of Spain on Thursday and told Justice Prakash Moosai and a nine-member jury with two alternates that, he had forgiven his brother David Moore.
Headless body identified
A headless corpse found in Moruga on Friday has been identified as Rajesh Ramdeo. Police said Ramdeo had gone missing from his Macaulay Village, Claxton Bay home.
Victim moved to safe house
A 15-YEAR-OLD schoolgirl has been removed to a safe house by police after she was raped twice by her father, police reported yesterday.
Cops warn public after thieves hit mall bank clients
Central Division police yesterday advised members of the public who withdraw cash from the Trincity Mall bank branches to be on the alert for bandits who robbed three unsuspecting persons in a matter of days.
Send page by E-Mail