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Investors: THA making no sense
Posted: Thursday, January 17, 2013

Investors: THA making no sense
The Tobago House of Assembly was being untruthful and contradictory when it said the THA has no authority or responsibility to approve any foreign investment licence (FIL) in the controversial Culloden Estate matter.

Jack's house haunts him
Integrity Commission asks for evidence following second complaint on TOP leader's residence

UK lawyer accuses THA of land-grabbing
British attorney Michael Scanlan, who is representing UK investors in the controversial Culloden Estate matter in Tobago, said yesterday the issue was being perceived as being caused by xenophobia.

AS she opened debate on the Constitution (Amendment) (Tobago) Bill 2013 in the House of Representatives yesterday, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar declared now is the time to provide Tobago with greater internal self governance.

PM gives Robinson Tobago bills
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and political leader of the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) Ashworth Jack yesterday gave copies of the bills for internal self-government for Tobago to former President and Prime Minister Arthur NR Robinson.

Special voting in THA election has started
THE TOBAGO House of Assembly (THA) election may be due to be held on Monday, but voting has already begun.

Kamla: No more than 2 terms for THA head

Kamla: PNM against PNM
Trinidad PNM against Tobago PNM!

Orville to take AG to Integrity Commission
London yesterday said the THA was looking into referring Ramlogan to the Integrity Commission for possibly breaching rules that prevent public office from being used for private gain, including political gain.

Sandy: I feel fresh as a rose
n the wake of reports that the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) has started a probe into his remarks, Sandy said his campaign remains positive.

Cellphone plot to steal election
PNM Tobago raises concerns with EBC

Rowley on PM's THA bill: Withdraw it, come again
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday said the legislation to amend the Constitution to provide for a system of internal self-governance for Tobago should be withdrawn and not be put to a Joint Select Committee.

Rowley: PP trying to fool Tobagonians

TOP activist accuses rivals of thuggery
As THA election campaign heats up...

PM knocks criticisms: cheap politicking
Specious, hypocritical, trite, sly and cheap politicking.

Dr Khan: Ministry has an anti-flu action plan
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan yesterday said the Ministry of Health has a plan of action when it comes to dealing with epidemics that occur internationally, including the flu epidemic in the United States.

Dr Tim: Govt investment in education paying off
$9.1 billion this year to spend on education

Beaches still closed
BEACHES along Tobago's northern and western coastline remained closed for the third straight day yesterday

SuperBlue confident sing at position 10 in Soca Monarch semis on Sunday

Montano and Kernal to know fates today

$8.4m in ganja found as police raid Maraval
An intensive police exercise in the Maraval Forest, involving scores of law enforcement officers from various agencies, has resulted in the seizure of 813 kilos of marijuana.

Rape accused walks free
A Princes Town man accused of rape was yesterday freed after the alleged victim admitted she had lied to protect her boyfriend.

Murders rising
THE COUNTRY'S murder rate continues to rise even as the police and National Security Minister Jack Warner insist that action will be taken.

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