CAROLYN IN HOT WATER
Posted: Sunday, January 27, 2013
CAROLYN IN HOT WATER
More fallout from statements on why TOP lost THA election
Rowley: Kamla yoked to Warner's tribal talk
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar cannot "unyoke" herself from the statements made by her party chairman and National Security Minister Jack Warner that Tobagonians voted on the basis of "tribal instincts" and race in the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) elections.
Sandy: No hard feelings over THA demotion I endorsed Tracy
Former deputy chief secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Hilton Sandy says he fully supports the decision by chief secretary Orville London to appoint Tracy Davidson–Celestine...
Ashworth still to decide on next move
Leader of the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP), Ashworth Jack, said yesterday he was not ready to make any statement on any issue whatsoever until he meets with the various arms of the party.
DPP challenges magistrate's decision
THE judicial review claim filed by Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Roger Gaspard, challenging the decision of senior Magistrate Marcia Murray to dismiss the criminal prosecution against former prime minister Basdeo Panday for failing to declare his London bank account, has been adjourned to April.
'Lack of $$ delayed finding new CoP'
Director of Personnel Administration (DPA) Gloria Edwards-Joseph:
...Top cop's appraisal to now include money management
High Court judge demands doctors answer for C-section
A High Court judge has turned down an application by three doctors seeking to be removed from a medical negligence lawsuit over the death of Chrystal Ramsoomair.
Students get grooming advice
THE 30 male students of Trinity East College who were sent home on Monday to shave their beards, have returned to school and have been given advice on how to groom their beards.
Chicken pox outbreak at state prisons
Court matters grind to a halt
HPV vaccine safe
HEALTH Minister Dr Fuad Khan yesterday assured that the vaccine against the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is safe, despite a number of concerns raised by the public
Woman charged with killing son remains in St Ann's
A woman charged with murdering her eight-year-old son by hanging him had her stay at St St Ann's Psychiatric Hospital extended yesterday.
Guns used in 80 percent of murders in TT
Firearms are used in almost 80 percent of the murders in the country, therefore it is critical that the police target getting guns out of the hands of criminals.
Violent crime very high in T&T, says Williams
Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams admitted yesterday that violent crime was "very high" and reducing that fear was a big challenge for the Police Service.
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