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Tobago votes tomorrow
Posted: Sunday, January 20, 2013

Tobago votes tomorrow
Tobago goes to the polls in 24 hours.

PNM Edge
UWI Sociology Division's THA poll predicts: PNM: 7 seats, TOP: 2 seats, marginal: 3 seats

Exclusive MFO poll: Close race in Tobago

Walker: Where is the $$ coming from?
Where is the Central Government getting an additional $1 billion annually to give the Tobago House of Assembly?

TOP can only win alone
...PP connection a liability for the party—analyst

" signs historic $1.5b loan with IDB
US$246.5 million loan was the largest to be granted in the English-speaking Caribbean

'History in the making'
" receives first tranche of US$546.5m IDB loan

PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar on Friday night gave fresh details of the $320 million Milshirv/Rahael land deal, saying it was a "PNM family affair" which involved more party officials than previously thought.

'I will take legal action against the PM'
Yesterday, PNM Tobago PRO Denise Tsoi-a-Fatt-Angus, in response to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's allegation concerning her involvement in the sale of land to Dankett Ltd...

Jack promises Tobagonians nice houses for all if elected

Jack: My name, party sullied
Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) leader Ashworth Jack is warning his detractors that no weapon formed against him shall prosper.

Senior cops say Williams biased
...takes commissioner to PSC over promotion issue

Devant fires EMBD
...wants Nipdec to be new executing agency for ministry

Nature returns tranquility to Grande Riviere
It may be hard for someone to perceive that less than one year ago, residents of Grande Riviere were thrown into chaos as both nature and man wreaked havoc on the small fishing community.

UTT students cry discrimination
Student Wade David told the Sunday Express he was told to remove his tie since the colours seemed "offensive".

Sociologist supports use of soldiers in crime fight
Sociologist Dr Ronald Marshall has given a thumbs up to National Security Minister Jack Warner's proposed plan to give some 1,000 precepted soldiers powers of arrest

Officer under probe for shooting man
A 31-year-old police constable with six years service was detained at the Maraval Police Station late Friday night shortly after he was fingered by a shooting victim as the alleged perpetrator of the crime.

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