LOUIS EYES ROWLEY'S JOB
Posted: Thursday, August 8, 2013
LOUIS EYES ROWLEY'S JOB
Outgoing PoS mayor throws hat in PNM leadership battle
Mayor Lee Sing concerned over PNM leadership
Khan slams silence by cops on emailgate probe
Attorney for Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar in the emailgate matter Israel Khan SC has slammed what he calls the deafening silence by the police on the status of the investigations.
Teachers get $516m in backpay
Primary and secondary school teachers and public servants working at the Ministry of Education received over $528 million in backpay in June, the ministry said in a release
'Expect more defections'
Independent Liberal Party (ILP) interim political leader Jack Warner
UNC bleeding out
Newly-appointed interim deputy political leader of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP), Lyndira Oudit
Analyst: Expect more resignations
Political analyst Dr Bishnu Ragoonath has said.
Kamla upbeat at UNC executive meeting
Beautiful way ahead for UNC, says Rambachan
United National Congress deputy political leader Dr Suruj Rambachan last night described the party's national executive meeting as "successful."
Glenn on Oudit's departure: She's comfortable where she is now
Jack: I also have evidence of corruption
Former minister Jack Warner said like environmentalist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh, he too has information that the multi-billion-dollar Point Fortin highway was rife with corruption.
Emmanuel George ready for 'anything'
Minister on reshuffle talk...
Kublalsingh delivers letter to Carmona
The Highway Re-route Movement, led by Dr Wayne Kublalsingh, is yet to hear word from Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar on a meeting to discuss the proposed Debe to Mon Desir leg of the highway.
Kamla to nation: Let us work towards peace and prosperity
WE are all now "cleansed and renewed" because of the sacrifices made by those who honoured the holy month of Ramadan, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said in her Eid-ul-Fitr message yesterday.
White Paper suggest extra year for Local Govt
Canadians on Penal hospital project: Government got no special deal
Ramlogan and family go to Panama; Moonilal is acting Attorney General
Become computer literate
Minister of the People and Social Development Glenn Ramadharsingh yesterday urged every citizen in every home to become computer literate to combat "information poverty"
Aggressive action against child abuse
Gender, Youth and Child Development Minister Marlene Coudray has signalled a warning to perpetrators of abuse of children in various homes and institutions.
Rent-collection warning for landlords
LANDLORDS should be more careful and use safer methods to collect their outstanding rent from wayward tenants, police warned yesterday.
Gangsters evict family
BRAZEN gangsters have evicted a 62-year-old man, his daughter and five-year-old granddaughter from their east Port-of-Spain Housing Development Corporation (HDC) apartment home.
Three Gulf City food outlets shut down
Cops search for Thompson's killer
No one saw the persons who beat and killed 36-year-old Ryan Thompson outside his Malabar home on Tuesday night.
Colombians freed on prostitution charge
FOUR Colombian women charged with soliciting prostitution were freed on Tuesday
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