Posted: Saturday, January 19, 2013
Invoices show PM's contractor SIS helped build Jack's Tobago house
HDC boss on election claims: No racism in Tobago
As reports of racial tension grow in Tobago, managing director of the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) Jearlean John says racism never existed when she was growing up in Charlotteville, Tobago
PM seeks to reverse Tobago brain drain
There is a brain drain in Tobago, and the people are caught in a vicious cycle where they are forced to leave the sister isle and not return due to the lack of educational and employment opportunities...
Integrity Commission asked to probe 'breaches' by THA members
Complaints of breaches of the Integrity in Public Life Act by members of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) have been referred to the Integrity Commission for consideration.
TOP raises questions on two wanting probe
J'Ouvert Ban: Residential Areas offlimits to PoS man
Cops to mash up offending J'Ouvert bands
Mayor: Zero tolerance on illegal bars on sidewalks
Anyone found putting up an illegal Carnival bar in unauthorised areas of Port-of-Spain will face having it broken down, their goods seized and risk being arrested, says Mayor Louis Lee Sing.
Fay-Ann, Bunji standing firm
Soca Monarch shocker
WASA says sorry for 'dirty' water
THE discoloured water flowing through the taps of some customers is as a result of the shutdown of the Point Lisas Desalination Plant for maintenance last Monday.
T&T intensifies drive to deport illegal immigrants
Over the last two years T&T has intensified its deportation of illegal immigrants and criminals as some 750 people were sent back to their respective countries in Africa, Asia and Europe.
Warner: Process to select CoP most oppressive
As top brass in Defence Force promoted...
Eight shot in one night
...Cops foil revenge attack
3 awarded $137,250 for wrongful arrest by 'over-zealous' cops
THREE friends arrested by "over-zealous" police officers have been awarded over $130,000 after suing the State for falsely detaining them for eight hours.
Drug trafficker used own child as decoy, says judge
A MAN who left his two-year-old son in a vehicle—when he fled police with a bag containing $60,000 in marijuana—was on Thursday told his defence was a "long-winded tale".
'I can't preside over case'
Clerical error frees accused killer
Man freed of killing 4 neighbours
A 12-member jury in the Port-of-Spain High Court took less than an hour yesterday to acquit a 26-year-old man accused of murdering four neighbours during a game of dominoes in 2006.
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