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PNM: 12 TOP: 0
Posted: Tuesday, January 22, 2013

PNM: 12 TOP: 0
CLEAN SWEEP London's bridge stands strong in THA elections

THE INCUMBENT People's National Movement (PNM) obliterated the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) in yesterday's Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election, winning all 12 seats. The Tobago electoral map was literally painted in the PNM's colour red.

Rowley: Tobagonians have shown the way
Tobagonians yesterday gave Orville London and the People's National Movement (PNM) a fresh mandate to take the island forward for the next four years.

Rowley: Showing Trinidad the way
"GOVERNING with no opposition is going to be difficult."

Sandy: Calcutta talk did not hurt PNM
HILTON SANDY, the PNM's Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election candidate for Belle Garden East/Roxborough/Delaford, yesterday said he did not think the controversy surrounding his "Calcutta ship" statements affected the outcome of the election.

Tobago's top cop: No election day violence
There were no reports of election violence in Tobago during yesterday's Tobago House of Assembly (THA) polls...

Time for healing
LEADERS who contested yesterday's Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election yesterday called for healing in Tobago after what has been a keenly contested and at times bitter campaign race.

Ramsamooj: THA election a referendum on PM
Political analyst Derek Ramsamooj says yesterday's Tobago House of Assembly election was a referendum on the leadership of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and not the Chief Secretary Orville London

Chief Secretary hopefuls confident
The three men vying to become Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) for the next four years cast their votes yesterday and expressed confidence that victory will be theirs.

The people have spoken, says PM
"The people have spoken," said Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar following provisional results last night of the THA election.

Warner accepts result

Ashworth Jack stunned by landslide result

$150m regional complex to serve Princes Town
Princes Town is poised for an economic boost with the proposed construction of a $150 million regional corporation administration complex.

Howai to pilot finance bill today
A finance bill to supplement and vary the 2012-2013 Budget will be debated in the House of Representatives today

Martin helped to liberate minds,says Kambon
One of this country's celebrated intellectual minds, who authored many scholarly articles on African history, died last week at the WestShore Medical Hospital.

Muslims march against crime in San Fernando
Muslims representing ten mosques in the south region yesterday participated in a march against crime.

Jack: Blame me
TOP leader to decide on future in 48 hours

Integrity Commission seeks Richards' help
THE Integrity Commission yesterday wrote to President, George Maxwell Richards, seeking his support after Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar questioned its fairness.

Jury discharged indoctor's rape case
THE jury selected to hear evidence in the alleged sexual assault and rape trial against gynaecologist David Ali has been discharged without hearing any evidence.

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