Posted: Thursday, January 24, 2013
Sandy out as Deputy THA Head
London removes Sandy as deputy THA succession plan kicks in
AMEND THA ACT
London said he will call for an amendment to the THA Act in order to give the President the power to appoint two independent councillors within the Assembly. Such councillors, he said, would form an independent voice, in place of a Minority Leader.
Duprey wants out of Clico enquiry
Ex-business magnate invokes self-incrimination right
'Race at its worst'
National Security Minister and UNC chairman Jack Warner yesterday described the results of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election as "blatant tribalism" and "race at its worst"
Warner: 'Tribal' votes
United National Congress (UNC) chairman and National Security Minister Jack Warner has said the people of Tobago voted on the basis of "tribal instincts" and the fear that a "Calcutta" ship was coming.
...London: Tobago voters considered ethics, not race
"An insult to the intelligence and integrity of all Tobagonians. And if you examine it carefully, it is a racist statement."
Analyst: Orville must now listen to people
With no formal Opposition elected to the Tobago House of Assembly, Chief Secretary Orville London is being strongly advised to listen to the opposition voices on the streets and social media.
Rowley calls for removal of Equal Opportunity official
... wrote to President George Maxwell Richards, calling on him to fire Equal Opportunity Commission member Dr Indira Rampersad
President to swear in new THA executive today
Kamla accepts invitation to attend
Daly: Jack's political future in doubt
'No TOP vacancy'
Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) MP Delmon Baker yesterday said the issue of the place of TOP political leader Ashworth Jack in the party is for Jack to decide.
Carolyn: TOP party lost its identity in Govt
Tobago issues not addressed, says COP chairman
Different PP strategy for local govt pollsóJamal
The People's Partnership Government will be adopting a different campaign plan for the upcoming local government elections due by July...
Constituents stay loyal despite Manning's year-long absence
Doctors instructed to move faster to reduce overcrowding
'Patients sleeping on floor of Sando hospital for days'...
'Possible dengue death' under probe, says Fuad
...Ministry may consider aerial spraying
Ministry targets 20,000 girls for HPV vaccine
The Ministry of Health has targeted 20,000 girls, aged 11 and 12, to receive vaccinations in the first phase of its voluntary HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) vaccination programme.
Farmers slam Devant for delay
...Minister accuses protesters of land grab
Desal plant resumes full production today
Partap to appear in court today
FIVE months after he allegedly failed to submit himself to a breathalyser test...
Minister Griffith freed of charge
SCIENCE and Technology Minister Dr Rupert Griffith has called on Minister of National Security Jack Warner to take pertinent action against officers within the Police Service "who go beyond the call of duty to abuse and insult members of the public".
Jamaican man killed
...stabbed by close female relative
Laventille death brings murder toll to 29
A 59-year-old man was shot dead in Laventille yesterday.
Courtroom cleared for female cop who turned state witness
Litigants complained loudly yesterday after being denied entry into the Princes Town First Court as former murder accused WPC Nicole Clement appeared on charges of perverting the course of justice.
Man goes to trial for Cascade murders after 12 years
The trial of a 29-year-old man accused of the murders of agricultural consultant John Cropper, his mother-in-law and sister-in-law in 2001 has begun in the Port-of-Spain High Court.
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