AG sues London
Posted: Saturday, January 12, 2013
AG sues London
EVEN as the battle for control of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) heats up, the assembly has now found itself at the middle of a legal battle over its decision in 2011 to enter into a Build Own Lease Transfer (BOLT) arrangement...
Milshirv deal puzzles AG
Probe raises procedural concerns...
Ramlogan files for judicial review of $143m Milshirv deal
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan is moving to get the High Court to strike down the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Milshirv deal as illegal.
London tight-lipped on $200m lawsuit
Even with a $200 million lawsuit hanging over his head, Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Orville London appears to have performed well in an historic election debate on Thursday night.
$233M aquatic centre for Tobago
PLANS for an estimated $233 million aquatic centre at Bacolet, Tobago, will move ahead if the PNM wins the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) elections
What the leaders said on:
Tobago Bill 2013
Rowley not worried about THA lawsuit
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowely has described the threat of a $200 million lawsuit from UK investors as "no sweat".
NO PLACE FOR RACE TALK
Analysts slam 'breaking rules' in THA Debate
Debate some more, please
THEY battled it out for 90-minutes in a tightly run debate, but by the end of it, at least for some Tobagonians, there was no clear winner.
Charles: Jack should be disqualified
Ashworth taken to task for THA debate notes...
Ashworth denies being asked to step down
Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) leader Ashworth Jack has laughed off speculation that the "secret meeting" he had with seven government ministers in Tobago on Wednesday had to do with asking him to step down as TOP leader and replaced by Dr Anselm Richards.
Rowley: Sandy 'dealt with'
PEOPLE's National Movement (PNM) political leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday said he found "nothing unusual" about a meeting yesterday...
PNM upset over TOP campaign ad
The People's National Movement (PNM) has taken strong objection to an advertisement by the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) in the current Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election campaign.
Young judge a contender for president
...High Court judge Frank Seepersad.
Tim: $1.2m spent a day on school-feeding programme
Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh yesterday said the Government spends as much as $1.2 million per day on the school feeding programme.
Desal shutdown costing WASA $4M
The ten-day shutdown at the Desalination company of TT, (Desalcott), is expected to cost the Water and Sewerage Authority, (WASA), approximately $4 million dollars...
Mayor: Land for green space
THE Port-of-Spain City Corporation intends to establish a Green Space on 23 acres of land in Westmoorings.
'PH' identification system designed to prevent rapes
The proposed PH drivers' identification system could have averted incidents of rape, such as that of the 13-year-old schoolgirl who was abducted and gang-raped on Tuesday while seeking transport to return home from school.
Guardian Media employee slain near home
Colleagues mourn Valentine
Street-dweller, 47, shot in mouth
A 47-YEAR-OLD street-dweller was warded in a serious condition at hospital last night after he was shot in the mouth early yesterday morning.
Bandits target supermarket employees, customers
A 18-year-old supermarket employee who was injured in a car accident while attempting to flee a gang of robbers on Tuesday, has died at hospital.
Englishman desperate to return home after serving prison time
Two years after serving a jail sentence for cocaine possession, Englishman Shawn Griffith is anxious to return home to his family.
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