Sextuplets create T&T history
Posted: Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Sextuplets create T&T history
3 boys, 3 girls for Central mom
SIX IN ONE SHOT
History in T&T and Caribbean: Sextuplets born to Centtral woman
Bassaw sweated on decision to proceed
LEAD consultant for the mother who yesterday gave birth via Caesarean section to the country and region's first sextuplets, Dr Bharat Bassaw, had to justify to a medical team from the North Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA)
Review team: Flaws in highway project need attention
Highway Review Committee (HRC) chairman, Independent Senator Dr James Armstrong, yesterday listed a number of deficiencies in the multi-billion dollar highway to Point Fortin project.
...Daly: What really is the role of these 'special advisers'?
It is 'disturbing" that former Ministry of National Security strategic adviser Garvin Heerah was assisting retired police sergeant Mervyn Cordner with his "transport requirement" and the acquisition of a computer and printer...
AG: Nothing wrong with probe by CoP
'Reactivation' of Flying Squad...
Client No.1 - Duprey
TOP OFFICIALS at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), auditors of the CL Financial Group, at a private meeting on December 13, 2008, drew up a list of clients whom they thought they should "satisfy".
Trinidad rattled again
Fourth earthquake in four weeks
Unions rally against education minister's ban on official
The rift between Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh and the executive of the T&T Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) worsened yesterday when the minister said he was not prepared to meet the representatives at the ministry at Alexandra Street, St Clair but at a "neutral" venue.
Gunmen set ablaze four houses, 15 left homeless
At least 15 people were left homeless yesterday afternoon when gunmen set fire to four houses at Clifton Hill, Laventille.
Church leaders go to prayers on crime problem
Leaders of several different religious faiths have called on their respective flocks to intensify prayers for T&T in the face of the recent spike in murder rate and acts of violence.
Senior Counsel on hanging issue: Laws needed to get around Privy Council ruling
Senior Counsel Israel Khan has urged Government to expedite legislation to circumvent the Privy Council's Pratt and Morgan judgment which makes hanging difficult to implement.
Bodies of 2 men missing in Navet Dam recovered
...WASA: Boat trip wasn't authorised
WASA suspend 2 workers
Charged for murdering granny
A MAGISTRATE yesterday turned down a request for the murder accused charged with the February 21 strangulation of Phillipine grandmother Carmen Ramjattan, to be sent to St Ann's Psychiatric Hospital for psychiatric evaluation.
Family wants Kamla to fast-track process
Attempt to identify burnt bodies by DNA profiling
Four to be charged with killing cop
FOUR men are expected to appear in court today charged with the murder of police Sergeant Hayden Manwaring.
Family gets $280,000 damages for detention without charge
A SAN FERNANDO family who was arrested and detained for a weekend at the Chaguanas Police Station in 2009
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