$60,000 A MONTH
Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013
$60,000 A MONTH
Dr Anselm London has been hired as a consultant, at $60,000 a month, to the Division of Finance/Enterprise Development of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) which he led for 12 years as Secretary up until last month's THA election.
COP CAN'T RECALL CRASH
Traffic policeman, 25, discharged from hospital with minor injuries
Cop could face criminal charges
THE policeman, whose car ploughed into several persons at the side of the Beetham Highway in Sea Lots, killing a Sea Lots woman and her two daughters on Sunday
'Vigorous probe on'
A VIGOROUS investigation will be done into the accident that claimed the lives of three people on Sunday morning
Senator: Police protective gear similar to that used in war
THE gear used by police officers during the protest in Sea Lots on Monday resembles what is used by security forces when a country is at war.
Sea Lots accident survivors still critical
Families in pain
Senator supportsnew Flying Squad
'It's a good crime-fighting strategy'
...Heerah submits report to Warner
Garvin Heerah, director of the National Security Operations Centre (NSOC), has submitted a report to National Security Minister Jack Warner on the alleged New Flying Squad Investigations Unit (NFSIU).
Sea Lots peaceful after Jack's promise to help
Lawyer on Machel's sentencing: Why no community service?
Lawyers offered mixed views yesterday on Machel Montano being slapped with a fine.
Appeal Machel, Kernal sentences
Volney tells DPP
US$246m loan to upgrade wastewater
the largest to be made in the Western Hemisphere—has been settled between the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) for local wastewater management.
No valuation on Clico $1.8B land deal
IT WAS A small note amid hundreds of pages of financial accounts. But it related to a $1.8 billion land deal which helped bring down the CL Financial group.
PWC official at Clico/HCU Enquiry: I can't comment on CL $1.8b deal
$73M on Colour Me Orange
3,053 persons hired to do maintenance work at the units of the Housing Development Corporation (HDC)
Schools get $17.7M for essential items
The Ministry of Education has begun, for the first time, the allocation of some $17.5 million to primary schools for the purchase of 75 essential items for the school year
Schools need more counsellors
The secondary school system has a shortage of 70 guidance officers to deal with students with behavioural problems or those in need of counselling
Lifelong scars from childhood abuse
Shortage of toilet paper at schools
Principals call on Gopeesingh to put a hand...
Warner promises 'free' band for Chaguanas Carnival next year
PRIZES amounting to $1 million were distributed on Sunday during the Chaguanas Carnival Committee's prize-giving function at Gaston Court, Chaguanas.
Drayton: Stop playing politics with crime
WHO to TRUST?
3 Trinis charged in roti scam
are accused of stealing more than US$50,000 from a lunch programme for senior citizens
Williams promises unit to weed out rogue cops
ACTING Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams yesterday said that plans are afoot to establish a unit within the Police Service to eradicate rogue officers.
Resident's love for Laventille ends in death
GEORGE "MIKEY" ALEXANDER refused to move out of his East Port of Spain home that he built and would often say that the criminals in the area would have to kill him before they could chase him out of it
Officer charged over stolen US$1,200
A POLICE OFFICER appeared in court yesterday, charged with misbehaviour in public office after he allegedly took US$1,200 that was stolen from a clothing store on High Street, San Fernando, last Saturday.
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