LONDON: RENEW OUR CONTRACT
Posted: Monday, January 7, 2013
LONDON: RENEW OUR CONTRACT
... because of what he called the party's "loyalty and commitment" to the social and economic development of all Tobagonians.
PNM alliance talk, racist accusations in THA election build-up
...TOP accuses opponents of waging race war
...under the guise of their In Defence of Tobago campaign slogan for the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election, set for January 21.
Charles slammed the aggressive and expensive electioneering of the People's National Movement (PNM), which has run the THA for 12 years...
THA campaign most expensive, says Wilson
Who's funding the PNM?
Concerns over Ghany as Speaker
WOULD political scientist Dr Hamid Ghany make a strong, independent Speaker of the Lower House?
Abdulah: COP must stand up to UNC
"If we are saddled with a terrible choice of President then it may ultimately be the result of the COP's weakness being manifest yet again," declared political leader of the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ), David Abdulah yesterday in a statement about the upcoming Presidential election.
Give Head of State more power
Political analyst Dr Winford James has suggested that the office of President be re-configured through constitutional reform to give the office holder more clout.
Policy on glass bottles for Carnival
DISCUSSIONS are currently taking place among the Police Service, beverage makers and Carnival stakeholders to determine a policy to control the use of glass bottles inside fetes and on the streets for Carnival 2013.
Doctors: Blood exchanges can be fatal
An incompatible blood transfusion would have had serious consequences on the recovery of Carapichaima mother, Sasha Lysa Bisnath, who died following complications arising out of a caesarean section at a private medical centre.
US pathologist reviews Stacy's death
United States pathologist Dr James Gill is yet to make known his findings of a review of two pathology reports on the death of Caroni mother of three, Stacy Ramdeen.
Pedestrian knocked down crossing Bypass
San Fernando General Hospital (SFGH) continues to be without a full-time neurosurgeon, as another patient with head injuries was transferred to Port of Spain General Hospital for treatment on Saturday evening.
'Look-out man' in robbery faces ten years in prison
A man, who kept watch during a vehicle heist, was told he was just as culpable as the person who stole the vehicle and liable to a maximum sentence of ten years in jail.
Cop shot chasing car thieves
A police manhunt continued last evening for three car thieves who shot a police officer in the chest, during a chase on Saturday night.
Send page by E-Mail