NO PROOF OF BOBOL
Posted: Tuesday, October 23, 2012
NO PROOF OF BOBOL
PM at $1,000-a-plate THA election fund-raiser: No one has supplied one specific instance of corruption in Govt
More than $3b in suspicious deals but none arrested
Although more than $1.3 billion in suspicious transactions have been reported by the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) in the past three years, no one has been charged with white collar crime.
Karen: HCU financed my election campaign
THE Hindu Credit Union (HCU) financed Karen Nunez-Tesheira's successful campaign to become the Member of Parliament for D'Abadie/O'Meara in the 2007 general election.
I DID NOT KISS HARRY
FORMER Finance Minister Karen Nunez-Tesheira yesterday dismissed a claim that she once kissed and hugged up former Hindu Credit Union (HCU) president Harry Harnarine at an insurance conference in South Africa in 2000, but at the same time admitted to receiving something else from Harnarine – HCU cash to help fund her 2007 election campaign.
Karen denies hugging and kissing Harry
...at probe into collapse of Hindu Credit Union
...puzzled by Singh's questions to witness
SIR ANTHONY Colman, the lone commissioner in the enquiry into the collapse of the Hindu Credit Union (HCU) and CL Financial, was yesterday left bewildered by the cross-examination of former finance minister Karen Nunez-Tesheira by newly appointed attorney for the Ministry of Finance, Jagdeo Singh.
Do honourable thing Dumas advises Jairam
Do the honourable thing and resign as president of the Law Association. This is the advice that former head of the Public Service Reginald Dumas is giving Senior Counsel Seenath Jairam.
Ramesh calls for enquiry into award of Govt briefs
Former attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, SC, is calling for an independent Commission of Enquiry to investigate the "dog-eat-dog fight" in the legal profession.
I should have stayed out BOLT case
Acting President Timothy Hamel-Smith
Singh on Heathrow slot sale: PNM sold 'crown jewels'
Those responsible for selling this country's "grandfather rights" to slots at Heathrow Airport in London, England in 2007 for £5 million must be held accountable, says Government Minister Ganga Singh.
Acting CoP delivers Partap file to DPP
THE file that was supposed to have been delivered to the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) last week, concerning axed junior minister in the Ministry of National Security Collin Partap, was delivered yesterday.
26 challenging Section 34 repeal
Ish and Steve among applicants
Section 34 applicants appear before High Court judge
Ramesh to join Section 34 march
Former attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj will be marching with the unions, political parties and other civil society organisations on November 2 to protest various actions of the Government
Union leader: I never spoke with Hinds
PRESIDENT general of the All Trinidad General Workers Trade Union Nirvan Maharaj issued a statement yesterday denying he ever spoke with or met People's National Movement (PNM) Senator Fitzgerald Hinds.
East Dry River residents reject Jack's $69 a day
East Port-of-Spain residents yesterday staged a fiery protest upon learning they will be offered $69 a day only for work under the "People and Projects for Progress" programme.
'$69 not good enough'
Imbert wants Govt to build on PNM's rapid-rail legacy
Opposition MP Colm Imbert and a former minister of works and transport says Government needs to build on the work on the proposed rapid-rail system already accomplished by the People's National Movement.
Concern over rise in maternal mortality
'Too many having children later in life'
$75,000 came too late to help Bertie says pan legend's daughter
Claudine Marshall, the daughter of pan legend Bertie Marshall, who died last Wednesday, said yesterday the $75,000 given to the family yesterday by Government could not compensate for the 50 years of work her father took to build the steelband culture in T&T.
Guard shot, 2 gunmen held
Two gunmen, part of a gang of four thieves who shot a security guard in his head and robbed him of his gun before driving off in the cigarette van he was guarding
Naked woman tied to a tree in forest
A 48-year-old victim of domestic violence who has been reported as missing is in a safe house as the search for a close male relative continues
Mom asks for St Ann's
A mother of four who said she was the victim of domestic violence was yesterday ordered remanded to St Ann's Hospital for psychiatric treatment after appearing in court charged with burning her five-year-old son's hand with a hot fork.
No bail for mother charged with beating child
GABRIELLE Emptage, the mother of two who allegedly beat a ten-year-old because the child visited her grandmother, was denied bail a second time yesterday.
Woman, 63, robbed, beaten
The elderly mother of a senior police officer who was savagely beaten and robbed is calling for justice.
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