Bye Max, Hello 'TC'
Posted: Monday, March 18, 2013
Bye Max, Hello 'TC'
It was to a Defence Force band rendition of Bunji Garlin's We Ready for the Road, that outgoing President George Maxwell Richards and his wife Jean headed home yesterday after the armed forces bid farewell to the commander-in-chief.
US report knocks T&T war on drugs; not enough political support
Max bows out
Max says farewell to troops
Plans for swearing-in of Carmona kept under wraps
...Prime Minister says thank you
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar has sent an official letter to outgoing president George Maxwell Richards thanking him for his "decade of dedicated and committed service"
...Fyzabad contingent for inauguration
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Responding to scores of requests from its paying patrons over the last month...
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Petrotrin protest goes into 5th day
Osha report condemns forensic science centre
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National Consultation for Constitutional Reform in Centre Pointe Mall, Chaguanas
We're making proper promises
...in response to a suggestion from a participant at Saturday's constitutional reform consultation that manifesto's put out before an election should be a legal document
Time to get your act together
Rambarran tells credit unions:
Rough seas bring hard times
Toco fishermen want protection for boats...
Devotees flock to Golconda as Hindu murti 'drinks milk'
Colourful history of Sando wharf
From Water Raleigh to Norwegians...
An arrested person has rights
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