Moonilal to Rowley: Shut up or be exposed
Posted: Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Moonilal to Rowley: Shut up or be exposed
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley is being warned to desist or face exposure.
Rowley: We will not just move on
OPPOSITION leader Dr Keith Rowley says it seems as if Prime Minster Kamla Persad-Bissessar has lost her mind.
London: PM can't set THA election date
TOBAGO House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Orville London yesterday said that it is the Assembly that will advise on a date for the THA elections. He added that the date for the elections is not within the purview of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar.
London: PM can't dictate THA polls
Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA), Orville London, is making it clear that Prime Minister Kamal Persad-Bissessar cannot dictate when THA election should be called.
...'THA election can't be triggered by PM'
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar is presumptuous in trying to force the hand of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) in calling the THA elections, said Chief Secretary Orville London.
PM gives into activists' demands
THIS Saturday's pre-Budget Day rally was vociferously demanded by supporters and activists who attended a pre-Budget meeting at the private residence of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar on Saturday evening.
Anil defends Anand in property matter
Sport Minister Anil Roberts has come out in defence of his colleague, Anand Ramlogan, over the purchase of two Maraval properties shortly after he assumed office as the Attorney General in 2010.
Confidence still in PP
OUTSPOKEN member of the Congress of the People (COP) and Sports Minister Anil Roberts on Sunday defended the People's Partnership Government...
COP: Deeper democracy needed
CONGRESS of the People (COP) political leader Dr Prakash Ramadhar ...
Rowley: Govt failed T&T's founding father
THE Government was yesterday heavily criticised by Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley for failing to pay homage to this country's first prime minister, the late Dr Eric Williams.
Fitun: T&T in state of grim uncertainty
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's address on Thursday night and the controversial dismissal of Herbert Volney as Minster of Justice leaves the country in a state of "uncertainty."
Hamel-Smith urges citizens to look in the mirror
Acting President Timothy Hamel-Smith says people should look at themselves and transform T&T.
Bishop: Many issues but lots to be thankful for
ANGLICAN Bishop Rev Claude Berkley says while there are many issues which continue to negatively impact upon us as a nation, citizens also need to acknowledge the positive things for which we are recognised worldwide.
Man to sue for detention during murder probe
CUSTOMS CLERK Peter Griffith has notified the State of his intention to seek damages for wrongful arrest and false imprisonment after he was detained by police officers during a murder investigation.
Suruj: URP re-registration to help stamp out corruption
In an attempt to save money and stamp out corruption, there will be a re-registration of all people employed under the Unemployment Relief Programme (URP), said Local Government Minister Suruj Rambachan.
More questions than answers
T&T Youth Council on Section 34 fiasco
Inquiry into Section 34
THE Opposition People's National Movement's (PNM) Diego Martin Central Youth League yesterday demanded an independent committee be set up to investigate the circumstances surrounding the Section 34 debacle
MSJ: Seize the moment of crisis that is Section 34
Govt to spend $300m for link from Pt Lisas to highway
Vendors to boycott new $10m market
They have waited 20 years for a new market and now that the $10 million temporary Marabella market is ready for opening, hundreds of vendors are threatening to boycott the facility.
HIV/AIDS infection rate making steady strides in Tobago
While the mortality rate with respect to HIV and Aids in Tobago is on the decline, the infection rate continues to make steady strides and is a developing trend.
WASA board cancels $70m contract
...cites irregularities in evaluation process
Minister denies shortfall in teaching power at primary level
TT is demoralised
OPPOSITION leader Dr Keith Rowley ...
No fresh elections, but same old unrest
Teen stabbed to death outside Chaguanas party over girl
Another patron stabbed outside Chaguanas party
A 29-year-old man, who asked a couple not to lean against his car, was stabbed in the chest early yesterday morning.
Chamber wants measures in budget to cut crime
The Couva Chamber of Commerce will like to see the Government implement measures to reduce crime in next week's national budget.
Man changes plea in baseball bat attack
A MAN who allegedly used a baseball bat to smash a car during an argument denied in court that he caused $8,800 worth in damage.
Marijuana trees in backyard
TWO brothers from Lange Park, Chaguanas, are expected to appear in court this morning charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.
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