PROBE ON SANDY
Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013
PROBE ON SANDY
Equal Opportunity Commission investigates 'Calcutta' statements
Tobago may have to vote again if polls tied
If there is a 6/6 tie or a 5/5/2 result in the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election, there would be real trouble. And the Tobago electorate may very well have to go back to the polls.
PM: WE WILL DELIVER
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday spent a hectic day in Tobago, seeking to shore up support for the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP)'s Ashworth Jack, as the final week of campaigning ahead of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election started.
State granted leave to pursue lawsuit against THA
The State was yesterday granted leave to pursue its judicial-review lawsuit against the Tobago House Assembly (THA) over the controversial contract for the construction of the Milshirv administrative complex in Tobago.
Cabinet control of Chief's purse
THE GOVERNMENT proposes to make the Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) more accountable to the Cabinet, the Ministry of Finance and to the Auditor General in terms of reporting on how the THA spends its money and its revenue...
94-year-old gets Tobago land deed after 24-year wait
A 94-year-old citizen who applied for title to land since 1984 was among Tobagonians receiving deeds from Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar on Monday.
No heckle for PM as she visits Bethany
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar passed a group of PNM supporters in Mt Pleasant, Tobago, undisturbed Monday night and entered the village of Bethany to a resounding welcome from Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) supporters.
'People always vex when I visit'
PM: Rowley does not want Tobago to achieve internal self-government
Rowley unimpressed with Jack's crime plan
2,000 soldiers to clamp down on gun smuggling
In an effort to clamp down on illegal guns entering this country which have been fuelling gang wars and murders...
Tobago airport being repaired, new wing to be added
Renovation work has begun on the ANR Robinson International Airport in Tobago, and tenders have gone out for the construction of a new wing at the airport.
No prosecutor so threat case against PM still in limbo
Three months after a Port-of-Spain man appeared in court charged with threatening to kill the Prime Minister, a state attorney is yet to be appointed to prosecute the matter.
Parents die two days apart
Relatives of victim in Brad Boyce incident...
Tobago in fear after rough seas
Boats destroyed, jetty collapses
House, nets destroyed as rough seas pound north-east
Warning for Trinidad too
Flu-like cases on the increase
If you have developed the sniffles, chances are you have fallen prey to either an upper or lower respiratory tract infection which has shown a marked increase throughout the southwest region over the past three months.
Two foreigners held with $10m cocaine
Two European nationals were held and more than $10 million in pure cocaine seized during a joint police and Coast Guard exercise off Chacachacare on Monday morning.
Two killed, 6 wounded as gunmen strike in San Juan, Laventille
Hours after National Security Minister Jack Warner announced his latest anti-crime measures which include five new Regiment bases, gunmen struck in Laventille and San Juan...
Killer released but remains at St Ann's
A 48-year-old schizophrenic man, who admitted to killing a man in 1999, has been granted conditional release from the St Ann's Psychiatric Hospital.
'He lives, works in T&T'
Unruly plane passenger back home...
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