DUPREY's EARLY CHRISTMAS
Posted: Friday, November 2, 2012
DUPREY's EARLY CHRISTMAS
IN LESS than two months time, former CL Financial (CLF) executive chairman Lawrence Duprey, 78, could regain control of CLF under the terms of a shareholder agreement with the State which will expire days before Christmas unless it is extended for a second time or unless the State finds a way to satisfy its terms.
Policyholders, public to get Republic shares
NOT ONLY will 16,000 Clico policyholders stand to benefit from the launch of a new $5.1 billion Clico Investment Fund, but the general population will also have access to a stake in the country's largest bank, Republic Bank Limited (RBL)
Like father,like son
Printery owner stabbed to death 20 years after dad Annamunthodo murdered
Businessman stabbed to death
POLICE are investigating the murder of a Pleasantville businessman who was stabbed multiple times as he was about to come out of his car outside his business place yesterday morning.
Howai stays clear over spat with London
Finance Minister Larry Howai said yesterday he would not be drawn into a public spat with Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Orville London.
Ramadhar: Only consumers can regulate 'unfair' food mark-up
The zero-rated value added tax (VAT) food list has been prepared and the legal notice, which is being prepared by Attorney General Anand Ramlogan, takes effect on November 15.
Jamal: It's a storm in a teacup
In response to criticism from the International Press Institute (IPI) with respect to his attack on the media, Communications Minister Jamal Mohammed said yesterday the issue was a "storm in a teacup".
Gordon: No political conspiracy in ad
The advertisement featuring the photograph of Tobago Chief Secretary Orville London and Integrity Commission chairman Kenneth Gordon was no political conspiracy but an ill-timed coincidence.
March against Govt in PoS today
A coalition of political parties, trade unions and civic groups is expected to gather from as early as midday today at Woodford Square, Port of Spain, for a mass rally against "the poor governance" of the People's Partnership.
Canadians advised: Avoid today's march in PoS
The Canadian government has issued an "important advisory" to all Canadians in T&T warning them to steer clear of today's march in Port-of-Spain.
Remy: Fitun holds no brief for PNM
As unions join protest march in PoS today
Ramadhar: COP members free to join march today
Congress of the People leader Prakash Ramadhar says while he had not been informed of any senior officials of the party joining today's protest march in Port-of-Spain, people were free to do so.
Ex-URP workers protest
Scores of women yesterday picketed the Unemployment Relief Programme's Head Office demanding they be re-instated after being laid off six weeks ago.
Cops warn child abusers: We will hunt you down
A Child Abuse Task Force will be established to form part of the T&T Police Service as it intensifies its efforts to stamp out abuse in all forms against children, said Margaret Sampson-Browne, head of the Victim and Witness Support Unit.
Ramadhar: VAT list sent to AG
THE list of food items from which Value Added Tax (VAT) is being removed, has been prepared and sent to Attorney General Anand Ramlogan to publish as a legal notice, by November 15, Legal and Consumer Affairs Minister Prakash Ramadhar said yesterday.
Prisons officers sound warning: Address concerns now, or
The Prisons Officers Association is warning of an impending catastrophe if the needs of the officers are not met with urgency.
Traffic cameras for road speedsters
Eighty-five percent of people who get into fatal accidents are males and 15 percent are females.
Businessman leads protest for modern hospital in Arima
On the first of every month, at 1.30 pm, the Friends of Arima Hospital will protest outside the Arima Health Facility on Queen Mary Street.
Vincentian dies on T&T-St Vincent flight
A male passenger died on a LIAT flight from Trinidad to St Vincent on Wednesday, the airline has confirmed.
Recaptured prisoner still warded at PoS hospital
LESTON ELVIS, the 31-year-old murder accused who escaped from custody on four occasions and was re-arrested remained at the Port of Spain General Hospital under police guard last night nursing a gunshot wound.
Women told to exercise caution on Chancellor Hill
On Wednesday morning a woman escaped being raped on the hill when a car approached while she was being attacked.
Residents blame lax security
Relief in Glencoe after burglar suspect held...
No bail for woman on sex charge
A YOUNG mother appeared in Port-of-Spain Magistrates' Court yesterday charged with the grievous sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl.
2 Guyanese held for fraud
Two Guyanese nationals, who police claim have been fleecing vendors at the Macoya market by issuing fraudulent manager's cheques
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