ROWLEY OBJECTS TO RULES
Posted: Friday, February 15, 2013
ROWLEY OBJECTS TO RULES
Opposition Leader refuses to submit written statement to House Speaker on Justice Carmona's election as President today
Carmona to be elected today
Electoral College meets today
PRESIDENT George Maxwell Richards yesterday left the country, ahead of today's meeting of the Electoral College of the Parliament.
PM leaves for Haiti
George: 'Good news'
MINISTER of Works and Infrastructure Emmanuel George yesterday described an unsigned report of the Independent Review Committee on the Debe to Mon Desir segment of the San Fernando to Point Fortin Highway...
What the Report says
REPORT by the Independent Review Committee on the Debe to Mon Desir segment of the Point Fortin to San Fernando Highway
Govt, Kublalsingh square off again as report gives green light for highway
Douglas: Carnival cost $90 million
Minister of the Arts and Multiculturalism, Dr Lincoln Douglas: SOME $90 million was spent on Carnival by Government
'A serious issue'
...NCBA head questions bands' private hiring of State police
Cops accused of 'private duty' on QP Savannah stage
While the police generally worked well during Carnival Monday and Tuesday, head of the National Carnival Bands Association (NCBA) David Lopez is accusing some officers of unlawfully using their powers.
NCBA leader suggests: Ban party bands from QPS stage
Come Carnival 2014, mas bands which are registered but do not want to compete should not be allowed to cross the big stage in an effort to ease congestion.
NCBA head: Copyright issue must be handled carefully
Marabella mom claims: NCC used son's photo without permission
A Marabella mother of two is claiming the National Carnival Commission (NCC) used images of her 11-year-old son to promote Carnival without offering them compensation and without her permission.
Point Fortin celebrates SuperBlue
Point Fortin is bursting with pride at the Carnival successes of its son Austin "SuperBlue" Lyons.
Super is boss
SuperBlue makes everyone happy
Bunji, Fay-Ann on Road March
Wendy: Seven in a row 'awesome'
20th win for Kalicharan and Associates
Rites of Spring cops Band of Year in Tobago
File for DPP
... incident involving Integrity Commission chairman Ken Gordon losing his loaded licensed firearm.
Jack: Law to precept soldiers in 60 days
Legislation for the precepting of soldiers is due to come to Parliament "in the next 60 days", National Security Minister Jack Warner said yesterday.
Labourer awarded $60,000 for wrongful arrest and detention
Damages in the sum of $60,000 was awarded to a 29-year-old labourer after the State conceded that police officers were wrong to arrest, detain and charge him.
Belmont man gets 20 years, but will serve 4 years, 5 months
A BELMONT man who confessed to taking part in the kidnaping and murder of businessman Christopher Aleong in 2003, has been sentenced to 20 years...
Man who 'found' ganja on street fined $4,000
Man claimed he was about to dispose of 17 packets of marijuana after he found them scattered on the street
Baby's organs missing after autopsy
THE baby girl who died three days after delivery at San Fernando General Hospital will be buried tomorrow without several body parts taken during the autopsies.
Sisters charged for painting cop
TWO SISTERS, who on Carnival Monday allegedly daubed paint on a policeman, appeared in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates' Court on Wednesday charged with the offence.
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