Jack wants $4B to fight crime
Posted: Thursday, September 27, 2012
Jack wants $4B to fight crime
NATIONAL Security Minister Jack Warner is "keeping my fingers crossed", that his request for $4.2 billion would be granted by Finance Minister Larry Howai
Justice Minister: Time to work
SHORTLY after being formally sworn in as Justice Minister yesterday, Christlyn Moore said she will begin work immediately and spend the next few days assessing the state of affairs in the ministry...
New Justice Minister: Volney's work will continue
After being sworn in as Justice Minister yesterday Tobago-born attorney Christlyn Moore says she intends to reform the criminal justice process and continue the work of her predecessor, Herbert Volney.
MOORE'S CLIENT LIST
New Justice Minister boasts of handling private legal briefs for PM, AG
That's my boy
EDUCATION Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh yesterday admitted that a man who was recorded in a video, 'planassing' (beating with the flat side of a cutlass) another man who was purchasing doubles...
Gopeesingh identifies his son as attacker
An investigation has been launched into an incident last Tuesday in which a businessman was planassed by a young man who has been identified as Shane Gopeesingh, a son of Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh.
Gopeesingh: It's my son
Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh yesterday confirmed that the man depicted in a video assaulting a man with a cutlass is his son.
AG 'vindicated' as Manning breaks silence
ATTORNEY General Anand Ramlogan says he feels vindicated by the statement of former prime minister Patrick Manning on the Section 34 scandal.
Al-Rawi: AG admitted he was not up to job
The explanation given by Attorney General Anand Ramlogan that he is only versed in civil matters is weak and an embarrassment, says PNM Senator and senior attorney Faris Al-Rawi.
Section 34 – a parliamentary oversight
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan yesterday welcomed the statement by former Prime Minister Patrick Manning that it was wrong of parliamentarians to have voted in favour of Section 34...
PM ignores Rowley's deadline
Opposition leader Dr Keith Rowley's 72-hour deadline to the Prime Minister to fire Attorney General Anand Ramlogan from her Cabinet expired yesterday unheeded.
Rowley, Abdulah, unions to meet
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley, Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) political leader David Abdulah and leaders of the Joint Trade Union Movement (JTUM) are expected to meet...
JTUM to meet with Rowley on Friday
The Joint Trade Union Movement (JTUM) is expected to meet with People's National Movement (PNM)leader Dr Keith Rowley on Friday.
AG sues 'Guardian'
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan has sent a pre-action protocol letter to the Trinidad Guardian over an article published on September 11, in which it was suggested that he "ignored legal advice" tendered by Queen's Counsel James Lewis
All Northern Range works suspended
All development on the Northern Range has been suspended after the recent flooding in the western part of Trinidad.
Lucky: Govt plans to control PCA
... a move that will ultimately remove the constitutionally guaranteed independence of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA).
DPP gets leave for judicial review
Three months after Panday's acquittal...
3 top WASA officials fingered in bid-rigging plot
A former Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) executive, a board member and a senior official have been fingered in the bid-rigging plot surrounding a $70 million maintenance contract.
Parents call for privacy
The scholarship results for the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exam (CAPE) were released by the Education Ministry yesterday after legal advice was sought.
Ministry distributes 17,400 laptops
Car of Vision on Mission president shot at
Vision on a Mission president Wayne Chance believes it was either an act of intimidation or an attempt to shut him up when his car was shot at last Friday.
Bridget Brereton: CLR James and the Captain (Part 1)
Winford James: Poor Volney?
John Spence: Lessons from Section 34
MURDER OVER BAD TACKLE
A game of football among friends in Toco on Tuesday evening ended in murder over a bad tackle.
State must pay $.5m to 3 beaten inmates
THREE prisoners, who filed separate lawsuits against the State for assault and battery, have been awarded more than $.5 million in compensation and legal costs.
Police claim 100% drop in Woodbrook crimes
TWO weeks after police announced the launch of their "Safe City" initiative, they are boasting of remarkable results in Woodbrook.
Claxton Bay family living in fear as son beheaded
After years of pining for each other, Rajesh Ramdeo and his lover, who was married, decided to elope earlier this month.
Suspects in heist released
THREE men who were detained in connection with the million-dollar hold-up of two security guards have been released
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