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Hafizool: My CVs are not 100% accurate
Posted: Thursday, February 7, 2013

Hafizool: My CVs are not 100% accurate
A defiant Dr Hafizool Ali Mohammed, one of the commissioners appointed to sit on the commission of enquiry into the 1990 coup attempt, has admitted his curriculum vitae (CV) is inaccurate but he is not stepping down.

Haffizool: Errors in CV
Commissioner returns to enquiry today

AG: Coup enquiry will go on
1990 Coup Enquiry

Reigning Calypso Monarch Duane O'Connor confident of victory tonight

The Greatest Show on Earth - officially begins today with the staging of the National Calypso Monarch finals at Queen's Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain tonight...

Kamla: My Govt does not endorse Jack
Call for resignations...

...Carmona's most notable cases
PRESIDENTIAL nominee Justice Anthony Carmona has presided over hundreds of cases since his appointment as a High Court judge in 2004.

Giving up ICC post 'a very difficult decision'
IT was not an easy decision for Justice Anthony Carmona to give up the chance to be a judge in the International Criminal Court.

Carmona tackles last cases at Sando court
PRESIDENTIAL nominee Justice Anthony Carmona turned up at the San Fernando High Court yesterday to deal with the criminal matters listed before him.

Divided opinions over legal issues
The issue surrounding Justice Anthony Carmona's eligibility to be nominated for President has aroused concern among certain legal experts about Government's process...

No new structural survey yet for 'President's House'
Since the partial collapse of President's House in May, 2010, no new structural survey has been done on the historic building for any repairs and restorative works in the immediate future.

'I knew he would be President'
Mom Barbara 'had a dream'...

Judge tells PSA: Settle diferences
A High Court judge yesterday made a passionate appeal to embattled executive members of the Public Services Association (PSA) to forgo lengthy and costly litigation in the interest of the members of the association.

Special Branch 'short-changed'
DESPITE having vital information of a possible vicious attack on the then National Alliance for Reconstruction (NAR) government ... the security services failed to share the information with key agencies including the Special Branch.

No complaint lodged against Rampersad
The Equal Opportunity Commission cannot take any action over the incident involving one of its members, Dr Indira Rampersad, because to date no official complaint has been made.

Discrimination touches one and all—La Guerre

Media houses get legal letter over Carnival coverage
With three days left before Carnival, three major media houses—Guardian Media Ltd (GML), One Caribbean Media Ltd (OCM) and the state-owned Caribbean New Media Group (CNMG)—face a threat of legal action if they do not pay for copyright fees for mas.

TTPBA hits Jamal
ASPECTS of Government's plans to broadcast its programmes for free on private radio and television stations may be unfeasible (in the present form) and may be a type of political advertising...

No $$ since last year
Immigration officers stage sick-out for travel allowances

Mayor: New format killing Dimanche Gras
Port of Spain mayor Louis Lee Sing is hoping for more respect for the traditional characters of Carnival with his new Carnival Sunday evening downtown Dimanche Gras show.

O'Neil Odel defends stick fighting crown

To boost regional security US marine general visits T&T
United States marine corps general John Kelly, commander of US southern command visited Port-of-Spain

Cops seek to ban glass bottles forCarnival 2014
POLICE are seeking to ban the use of glass bottles for Carnival 2014.

Final tests on soldier confirm strangulation
THE investigation into the death of Lance Corporal Curtis Marshall is still being actively pursued

High Court appeal for D'Original breakfast party
ATTORNEYS representing the organiser of D' Original Vale Breakfast Party have filed an appeal in the High Court challenging the decision of a Port of Spain magistrate to not grant a liquor licence in order to have the fete proceed.

18 months in jail for man 'led' by devil
A MAN who said the devil made him smash the glass door of the businessplace belonging to former mayor Ian Atherly was yesterday sent to prison for 18 months.

Gang member gunned down in Laventille
The murder toll climbed to 39 yesterday after a 22-year-old man was killed in a gang-related shooting in Laventille.

Man who stole car, jailed
PRETENDING to be a Good Samaritan, San Juan resident Anderson "Pang" Sylvester offered to assist a man whose car had broken down on the roadway.

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