Trinidad and Tobago News
Caribbean Links

Ras Tyehimba  
Susan Edwards  
Dr. K Nantambu  
Winford James  
Dr. S Cudjoe  
Raffique Shah  
Terry Joseph  
Bukka Rennie  
Denis Solomon  
Stephen Kangal  
Corey Gilkes  
A.S. Leslie  
Shelagh Simmons  
Guest Writers  

Trinbago Pan  
Nubian School  
Africa Speaks  
Rasta Times  
US Crusade  

PNM, TOP confident of victory
Posted: Monday, January 21, 2013

PNM, TOP confident of victory
Tobago goes to the polls today...

High voter turnout expected in election
All is set for the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election today as 46,601 people are eligible to go to the polls to determine who they want to lead them for the next four years.

DR NORBERT Masson, Chairman of the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) - the body which administers elections - yesterday urged voters to maintain a "positive mental attitude" and called for a "free and fair" process in today's Tobago House of Assembly (THA) elections.

PM and Rowley on today's THA elections

Bacolet/Mt St George (PNM) Joel Jack (PFT) Juliana Henry-King (TOP) Gladstone Solomon

100 additional cops for THA election today

PM: I have court clothes
Facing legal threat for slander

...declares: I've no contractor
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar declared on Saturday that she has no contractor.

EBC: Lawbreakers face fines or imprisonment
The Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) is warning members of the Tobago public who will go to the polls today to be wary of breaking the law on polling day.

Web site is not mine, says Orville
As Tobagonians take to the poll today, incumbent Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Orville London is considering his legal options after he said a Web site was created without his permission or knowledge.

750 illegal immigrants deported over two years
TT has deported 750 illegal immigrants over the past two years.

Mission becomes Princes Town
Renamed after royal visit...

Doctor named in scam back on the job
A doctor who was alleged to have fleeced thousands of dollars from private patients to do blood tests at the public lab at the Arima Health Facility, has been reinstated.

Diego residents worried about rise in crime

Cops probing soldier's death zero in on two privates
The team of Homicide officers probing the death of Lance Corporal Curtis Marshall have zeroed in on two of 25 soldiers who they believe could assist them in their probe.

Bandits escape with $2.5 million in jewelry
Two brazen-faced bandits held up the manager and employees of Khan's Gold Designs at Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain, on Saturday

Security guard in hospital after shooting off penis
A security guard remains warded under police guard at the San Fernando General Hospital after shooting off his penis in Rio Claro, yesterday

Judge says he can't reopen murder case
Justice Malcolm Holdip has ruled that he does not have the jurisdiction to reopen the case of a man accused of murdering a Chaguanas businessman, even though last month he discharged another man accused of the crime.

$400 fine for hitting neighbour with piece of wood
"IT takes two to tango and sometimes you have to take wrong to maintain peace," said a Port-of-Spain magistrate on Friday to a man who pleaded guilty to assaulting his neighbour.

Email page Send page by E-Mail