Bunji, Fay Ann Pull out
Posted: Friday, January 18, 2013
Bunji, Fay Ann Pull out
Soca Monarch shocker
Munro: We have nothing to hide
Chairman of the Caribbean Prestige Foundation, William Munro says he has no problem allowing anyone to examine the foundation's audited financial accounts.
TOP urges Integrity body: Probe THA media blitz
...the Integrity Commission has been asked to probe the millions of dollars being spent by the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) on media advertisements over the past few weeks.
THA lawyer on granting of licences: Finance Ministry has the last say
The Tobago House of Assembly is maintaining it has no authority or any responsibility to approve any foreign investment licence (FIL) in the controversial Culloden Estate matter.
Parties wrangle over State funding
TAXPAYERS' dollars being used to laud the accomplishments of the State and its agencies, in an attempt to help the incumbent political party get an advantage during an election campaign, was a bone of contention in the hotly contested 2010 general election.
London: Govt owes THA $625m
The Tobago House of Assembly (THA) is owed $625 million from Central Government, according to Chief Secretary Orville London.
SOME $224 million will be spent on Carnival as Government moves to partially shore-up a drop from last year's allocation following complaints by stakeholders.
Govt ups Carnival prize $$$
Government has approved a $27.8 million increase in funding for Carnival 2013...
Acting CoP gets six more months
Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams and Deputy Commissioners Simeon Alexis and Raymond Craig have had their terms in office extended by six months.
Water taxi service losing $$ —Sharma
Government is speeding up construction of the San Fernando to Point Fortin Highway, Transport Minister Chandresh Sharma said on Wednesday.
'Mr Fete' free to fete
Soldier's family still awaits Dr Daisley's report
Professor of Pathology, Dr Hubert Daisley, who was contracted by the local Defence Force to carry out a second autopsy on the body of the late Lance Corporal Curtis Marshall
Probe into cops' murder charges continues Feb 4
The preliminary inquiry into murder charges against six police officers accused of killing three people in 2011 can end next month.
Dr Tim's son fails to appear, case put off
The case involving Shane Aleong, the son of Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh, has been adjourned to May 17 for mention.
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