TT TOASTS CARMONA
Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013
TT TOASTS CARMONA
His "I do have power" speech, has made President Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona the toast of the nation.
Anil faces DPP probe
Sport Minister Anil Roberts, his permanent secretary, Ashwin Creed, and special adviser to the T&T Boxing Board of Control (TTBBC), Boxu Potts, may have a case to answer as allegations of misbehaviour in public office against the trio have been referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions.
'I'm not under house arrest'
Daryan Warner bares his ankles in Miami
President's speech impresses former CJ
Former president of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Michael de la Bastide
Senators praise 'power speech'
SENATORS from across the political divide yesterday warmly praised President Anthony Carmona, and in particular his widely-acclaimed inauguration speech.
Fitun backs Carmona's message to politicians
The Federation of Independent Trade Unions and NGOs (Fitun) yesterday congratulated T&T's new President Anthony Carmona.
Confidence in Carmona
...AG 'vindicated' after President's speech
New President 'brought balance, commanded dignity'
Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Orville London
'A little radical, but from the heart'
Former justice minister and High Court judge Herbert Volney
Heed Carmona's words
Hamel-Smith to parliamentarians:
Seetahal on low detection rate: Blame it on gang-related killings, organised crime
About 20 years ago, there were about 70-100 murders in T&T annually and a detection rate of close to 65 per cent...
Alleyne fined $30,000 for airing rape video
Crime Watch television host Ian Alleyne yesterday escaped a custodial sentence when he was fined $30,000 after being found guilty of three charges under the Sexual Offences Act.
Jack stands firm
QUESTIONS came flying at Minister of National Security Jack Warner during the Senate's Question Time yesterday, over claims of a revival of the "Flying Squad."
Lawsuit could follow
FORMER Deputy Chairman of the Congress of the People (COP) Vernon De Lima, says he is free to file a defamation lawsuit against Minister of National Security Jack Warner
No name on birth certificates
THE PROBLEM of people having no name on their birth certificate affects an estimated 300,000 citizens
John Donaldson dies
FORMER Government Minister, diplomat, and PNM vice-chairman, John Stanley Donaldson, is dead.
Sea Lots residents threaten to 'fog up the place'
...Still waiting on walkover
THE United States Department of State's recently released 2013 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report represents a one-sided position, said National Security Minister Jack Warner.
US 'can take steps' to help stop drugs, guns
IF the United States is serious about combating illicit drugs and guns in the Caribbean region, and Trinidad and Tobago in particular, there are three specific steps it can take to address the situation
Thieves raid Imbert's home, take away $.5m in currency and goods
Two men are now in police custody after Member of Parliament Colm Imbert's house at Hillsborough, Maraval
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