Posted: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Police: Over 1,000 killed on roads since 2008
All will feel cement $$ pinch
ALL persons in the construction sector, whether the "big man" or small time contractor, will feel the pinch as a 9.5 percent increase in the price of Trinidad Cement Ltd's (TCL) premium plus cement kicked in yesterday.
TCL: Increase unavoidable
TOBAGONIANS yesterday expressed weariness at the ongoing political attacks and counter-attacks in the build-up to the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election
Bow out, Sandy
THERE were mounting calls yesterday for Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Deputy Chief Secretary Hilton Sandy to withdraw from the January 21 THA election.
Jack: Sandy must withdraw now
People's National Movement (PNM) candidate for Scarborough/Calder Hall Orville London and PNM candidate for Roxborough/ Delaford Hilton Sandy must withdraw from the 2013 THA elections now
Maha Sabha wants decisive PNM action
Secretary General of the Maha Sabha Satnarayan Maharaj is calling on People's National Movement leader Dr Keith Rowley to make an unequivocal and definitive condemnation of Tobago House of Assembly candidate Hilton Sandy's comment ...
Khan: We will not forfeit seat
Sandy's withdrawal not an option says PNM...
London: PNM tsunami for TOP
Avoiding any comment on the fallout over his deputy Hilton Sandy's "Calcutta" race remarks, THA Chief Secretary Orville London has declared a PNM "political tsunami" was going to sweep away its rival TOP in the January 21 election.
Ministers in 'secret talks' with Jack
Seven Government Ministers, including National Security Minister and UNC chairman Jack Warner, were in Tobago yesterday for a meeting with political leader of the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP), Ashworth Jack.
Daisley blanks family seeking report
MEMBERS of the Marshall family were left "waiting in vain" yesterday for the final autopsy report on deceased soldier Lance Corporal Curtis Marshall by pathologist Dr Hubert Daisley.
Justice Minister: No shortage of pathologists
Justice Minister Christlyn Moore said yesterday there was no problem at the Forensic Science Centre, St James, and there was also no shortage of forensic pathologists, especially ones that were properly qualified.
Incomplete Lara Stadium now fete venue
Although the $900 million Brian Lara Stadium at Tarouba is yet to be completed, the Urban Development Corporation (Udecott) has found use for it, renting it out as a fete venue.
Keep Sarp at the zoo
"Should the 18-foot, 220-pound green anaconda remain at the Emperor Valley Zoo, Port-of-Spain or be released back into the wild?" The answer from many people is "no."
Armed man of T&T parentage refuses to return fire in attack
A 24-year-old man of Trinidadian parentage has survived an apparent race hate attack in Florida.
Discontent over soldiers with arrest powers, Williams faces fight
There is an impending rift between the Police Service Social and Welfare Association and acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams.
Cops destroy $250,000 in ganja
Judge orders retrial in Club Coconuts murder
A retrial was last night ordered in the case of murder accused Alert Chinapoo, after a jury in the San Fernando High Court failed to agree on a verdict.
Abducted and raped
THE search continued last night for three men who abducted and sexually assaulted a 13-year- old girl shortly after she boarded a car in San Fernando on Tuesday afternoon, asking the driver to take her home.
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