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Posted: Sunday, February 3, 2013

Former Miss Universe added to e-TecK legal action

Senior High Court Justice Anthony Carmona, who is due to take up an appointment in the Hague as an International Criminal Court judge on March 1, and former Puisne Judge Amrika Tiwary-Reddy, are the two front runners for the position of this country's new President.

CLICO gets new name
Atrius. That's the name Government has selected to rebrand the collapsed Colonial Life Insurance Company (CLICO).

PM to meet Rowley on Pres nominee tomorrow
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley is expected to meet with Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar tomorrow at 11.30 am.

Prakash: There must be consequences for misinformation
Political Leader of the Congress of the People Prakash Ramadhar says there must a consequence to any misinformation deliberately given by Dr Hafizool Mohammed.

Jack: Ali-Mohammed matter under probe

AG: Nelson did not give PNM consent to use his name
ATTORNEY General Anand Ramlogan yesterday said Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Judge Rolston Nelson did not give the Opposition PNM consent or permission for his name to be put forward as a candidate for the post of President.

Little consensus on past presidential elections

Central Bank renews cambio licence for Ish's firm
The Central Bank has renewed the money exchange cambio licence for the Galbaransingh-owned Millennium Finance and Leasing Company Ltd.

Glen defends Ministry treat
MINISTER of the People and Social Development, Dr Glen Ramadharsingh has hit back at Diego Martin Central MP, Dr Amery Brown, for criticising him for spending an alleged $700,000 to treat the ministry's staff to "one night of dining" at the Hyatt Regency Hotel...

Jack breaks his silence
Leader of the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) Ashworth Jack yesterday broke his silence after his shocking defeat in the January 21 Tobag House of Assembly elections,

Boodram promises to pay by Friday
FRAUD and money laundering accused Vicky Boodram, president of Boodram's Travel and Ship Ahoy Cruises Ltd, yesterday disappointed several people who travelled to Rienzi Complex, Couva, expecting refunds for two cruises which never happened.

'Aloes' gets bitter welcome at the Park
Calypso Fiesta crowd pelts former monarch with toilet paper, roti

Barbados and Grenada Govts battling to avoid one term

Sat denies Tobago Hindu temple row
London: Two groups vying for same land from THA

Suspect in murder at church drinks poison
The man who allegedly stabbed Fabiola Ramona Chacon to death in a Longdenville church on Thursday is warded at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital after he tried to kill himself.

Coast Guard rescues two missing fishermen
First physical air to sea rescue conducted by the Air Guard's AW 139 helicopter

Warner, Williams deny existence of Flying Squad
Minister of National Security Jack Warner yesterday dismissed claims made by a former Flying Squad member Mervyn Cordner that the disbanded unit was up and running since July of last year

Hospital worker charged with drug, ammo possession
A WOMAN employed at the Port of Spain General Hospital will appear in the Chaguanas Magistrates' Court tomorrow charged with possession of cocaine and marijuana for the purpose of trafficking...

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