FUAD STEPS IN
Posted: Friday, March 8, 2013
FUAD STEPS IN
Legislation coming to regulate fertility treatments following birth of sextuplets
... regional hacking alert
Govt looking to provide a house
FIRST BORN CRITICAL
The firstborn of the sextuplets is critical and doctors at the Mt Hope Women's Hospital (MHWH) are caring for the baby boy who is still not breathing on his own.
Leader: Body to stay 'open for all time'
PM to attend Caracas funeral
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar heads a T&T team attending this morning's funeral for Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, Government said yesterday.
Trini wake for Chavez
A CANDLELIT wake was held yesterday at the Venezuelan Embassy on Victoria Avenue, Port-of-Spain in honour of that country's late president, Hugo Chavez, who died three days ago.
UWI panel: Chavez a champion of the people
The University of the West Indies yesterday held a panel discussion in an attempt to counter what was described as the demonising of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez by the international media in the wake of his death last Tuesday.
Kamla pledges to champion the cause
Today is International Women's Day...
Tim retracts accusation
...against TTUTA official
Fires taking heavy toll on forests
Minister launches prevention programme...
Dr Amery Browne: Mother-to-child HIV transfer low in T&T
PBR going 'green'
New technologies will be used to reduce the amount of air pollution and carbon emissions TT produces.
Large, dangerous waves this weekend
CITIZENS are being asked to exercise extreme caution when visiting the nation's beaches along the north and west coasts as large swells are expected this weekend.
Max pays courtesy call on Beetham school
Outgoing president George Maxwell Richards yesterday paid a courtesy call to the All in One Child Development Centre at Phase Five, Beetham Gardens.
'Flying Squad' cancels news meeting
'Issues to be sorted out before going public'
Warner to probe detainees' beating
National Security Minister Jack Warner says he has initiated investigations into the reported beating last week of detainees at the Immigration Detention Centre, Aripo.
8 held in Clifton Hill raids
EIGHT persons were arrested on Wednesday following increased police and army patrols in the Beverly Hills and Clifton Hill Circular Road communities in Laventille
Resident: Young men burning down houses to see enemies
YOUNG MEN from the Laventille area armed with gasoline and matches are randomly burning down houses in Clifton Hill so they can get a clear view of their enemies when they pass by.
'Laventille parents need to go old school'
Lack of proper parenting is one of the main causes of crime in the Laventille area, according to residents of Block 22, Laventille, who attended a town meeting on Wednesday night.
State witness WPC Clement testifies
THE long-awaited testimony of a policewoman against six policemen charged for murder, got underway yesterday
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