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President Anthony Carmona's address to Parliament
Posted: Friday, August 2, 2013

President Anthony Carmona's address to Parliament

A Nigerian literary great, a Ugandan king, a Liberian diplomat and other African dignitaries felt moved by yesterday's Emancipation Day celebrations in Port-of-Spain

Govt snaps up Clico
Cabinet agrees to transfer $8 billion insurance business to new company

Jack, new Independents to steal show as New Parliament session opens
Launch of the Fourth Session of the Tenth Parliament at the Waterfront Complex, Port-of-Spain

President Carmona to speak at first Parliament opening
TRINIDAD and Tobago's President, Anthony Carmona, will today, address his first Parliament opening with the beginning of the fourth session of the Tenth Parliament.

'It was an honour to have served'
Senators on their mid-term removal:

Jack plans motion on death penalty
The first motion re-elected Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner intends to bring to the Parliament, which opens today, is on the death penalty.

Integrity Commission considering probe into Warner's 'money pit'
An official request for a probe into former government minister Jack Warner is being considered by the Integrity Commission.

I will make them 'green with envy'
Warner back in Parliament today:

Warner not taking ILP into PP

Samuel: Fasting has nothing to do with PP I'm praying for nation's soul
Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister and Congress of the People (COP) member Rodger Samuel said yesterday that his prayer and fasting have nothing to do with the Government.

Richardson writes Google again
Deputy Police Commissioner Mervyn Richardson who is leading a team of investigators in the email probe has written to global search engine, Google

Howai: Govt strong for Budget

Manning in US for check-up
PEOPLE'S National Movement (PNM) San Fernando East MP Patrick Manning will miss today's ceremonial opening of the Fourth Session of the Tenth Parliament.

Eight passengers suing CAL
More than two years after they were injured when a Caribbean Airlines (CAL) plane overshot the runway at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA)

Increased utility subsidies for needy

PM 'not well': Douglas fills in at Emancipation event
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar's absence from yesterday's Emancipation Day celebrations left many who gather­ed to view the procession disturbed.

'Share the land'
Minister of the Arts and Multiculturalism, Dr Lincoln Douglas, says distribution of State lands should be done in an equitable manner.

Angry protester disrupts Emancipation procession

Soyinka: Africa still not emancipated
UNTIL the continent of Africa and others have been emancipated there can be no true emancipation

Fuad did not keep word
Sextuplets' granny:

Woman accused of dumping baby has history of mental illness, say police
THE 34-year-old mother of seven, who is alleged to have placed her two-day-old daughter in a dumpster last week is currently receiving treatment at the St Ann's Mental Hospital.

Man, 54, shot dead
'Fake soldiers, police' storm house...

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