'Our ties will be stronger'
Posted: Thursday, March 7, 2013
'Our ties will be stronger'
In a signed letter to Venezuelan Vice-President Nicolas Maduro, Prime Minister Kamla Persad- Bissessar yesterday assured him this country's relationship with the Latin American state would remain strong although its leader, President Hugo Chavez has died.
VENEZUELAN Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago Maria Eugenia Marcano Casado yesterday thanked the people of this country for the outpouring of love and support
T&T 'has lost a great friend'
Hugo Chavez will be remembered for his vision for Venezuela and his unwavering commitment to helping the poor
He is immortal
Dookeran to represent T&T at Chavez's funeral
$300M stash in Swiss bank
THE PROCEEDS of the $300 million sale of CL Financial (CLF)'s Clico Energy Limited (CEL) shares – which was done by CLF officials behind the State's back in 2009 – were transferred to a Swiss bank account
First-time father Keiron Cummings, 29, of Arima, is thankful for his "six blessings," three boys and three girls born in a historic sextuplets pregnancy on Monday.
Sextuplets need home
Teacher is proud mom, but now...
...5 babies already off ventilator
One still critical
Arima, Chaguanas celebrate 6 bundles of joy
The birth of the country's first sextuplets has come as a joyful surprise for the people of Arima and Chaguanas
Ian Alleyne guilty
TV6 Talk show host Ian Alleyne yesterday pleaded guilty before a Port-of-Spain magistrate to charges laid against him under the Sexual Offences Act
Rowley: Local Govt election bell rung
CITING an announcement by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar that almost 800 construction projects will soon start
Rowley retains Ramesh for lawsuit by senior cop
Equity for all
...Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar recalled a time when many felt that because she came from Siparia, she could never become Prime Minister.
THA defers London contract...again
The issue of the Tobago House of Assembly's (THA) proposed hiring of former Finance Secretary Dr Anselm London as a $60,000-per-month senior consultant
Crowd calls for councillor to go
Sando meeting urges recall
Dangerous ocean swell heading for T&T's north coast
Cops, soldiers use force on detainees
Violent protest at Detention Centre...
Resume hangings to stop the killings—De Lima
Police intent on winning Laventille battle
The fight against crime in the Laventille area will continue for some time but the Police Service is intent on not losing the battle.
Another home burnt down in Laventille
Hours after a minimart was firebombed on Tuesday in the Beverly Hills community in Laventille, another home along the adjacent community of Clifton Hill Circular Road went up in flames yesterday.
Patrols fail to dampen Clifton Hill gang war
State witness in headless-bodies case missing
A STATE witness, expected to be cross-examined yesterday in the case against two men charged with killing and dismembering a mother and her eight-year-old son, cannot be found.
Convicted of kidnapping woman and attempted murder- Two sentenced to 67 years each
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