WHY PAY NO STAMP DUTY?
Posted: Tuesday, March 12, 2013
WHY PAY NO STAMP DUTY?
MINISTER of Finance Larry Howai has launched an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the acquisition of luxury apartments at One Woodbrook Place by partners of the firm Pricewaterhouse-Coopers (PwC) - the auditors of CL Financial (CLF).
Carmona to appoint commissioners
PRESIDENT George Maxwell Richards will let his successor, Anthony Carmona, choose the new Integrity Commission
TICKETS are now available for the Inauguration of the Fifth President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago Justice Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona which will be held next week Monday
Cordner insists: Williams knew about the Squad
Forty-five applications for members of the New Flying Squad Investigation Unit (NFSIU) to be precepted were sent to acting Commissioner of Police (CoP) Stephen Williams last October.
Cordner: I had three meetings with top cop
Former Flying Squad member Mervyn Cordner yesterday claimed he had three meetings with acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams during the setting up of the New Flying Squad Investigations Unit (NFSIU).
Security minister to meet police assoc today
Fitun: Suspend the debate on giving soldiers 'powers'
The Federation of Independent Trade Unions (Fitun) and several non-government organisations are insisting that soldiers should not be given powers of arrest.
JACK MUST GO
National Security Minister Jack Warner should not only apologise for making erroneous statements but should also be removed from office,
Minister has no plan to apologise
National Security Minister Jack Warner is not apologising for saying Vernon De Lima was present at a secret meeting at which plans to destabilise the country were discussed.
TT not in drought
ALTHOUGH other islands in the Caribbean are experiencing drought-like conditions, Trinidad and Tobago is not in any ecological drought.
Seas still rough...so beware
THE waters along the country's coastline remained rough yesterday, as forecasts by the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Services in light of the weather conditions over the central North Atlantic Ocean.
CJ: Kids caught up in abetting violence
Man rapes girl, 7
A PAEDOPHILE has escaped prosecution for the past three years after the mother of a seven- year-old child, whom he is alleged to have sexually assaulted, took the child and left without a trace.
Seetahal on violence against children: Cops careless in their charging
The police are careless when laying charges against offenders who are cruel to children, says attorney Dana Seetahal SC.
Ian Alleyne to be sentenced Tuesday
Crime Watch host Ian Alleyne will return to court next Tuesday for sentencing.
Rape, incest rampant in Central Trinidad
There have been more than 200 reported cases of incest, rape and sexual abuse for the year to date in Central Trinidad.
75 'Latins' in court on prostitution charges
Seventy-five women from the Dominican Republic and Venezuela created a spectacle yesterday when they appeared in the San Fernando Magistrates Court on prostitution charges.
Cops in court charged with assaulting juniors
TWO senior police officers appeared in the Chaguanas Magistrates' Court yesterday charged with assaulting two junior officers who have brought private criminal complaints against them.
Gunman robs Western Union of $100,000
A female cashier at the Western Union outlet at Gulf City, La Romaine, San Fernando, was yesterday robbed at gunpoint of $100,000
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