Re-route Movement's talks with PM crash
Posted: Friday, August 9, 2013
Re-route Movement's talks with PM crash: Kublalsingh to hit pavement again
Meeting with Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar resulted in a walkout by Persad-Bissessar yesterday.
Highway talks end abruptly
Outcry after PM says councillors want local govt polls postponed
...Rowley says no
Obey the law and call the local government elections!
I won't compromise court matter, says PM
In a statement yesterday evening, following a meeting with the Highway Re-Route Movement (HRM), Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said:
UNC wants local polls postponed
The UNC parliamentary arm is calling for the postponement of local government elections which are constitutionally due in October.
Fuad: I'm still UNC
Jack: PM scared to call elections
'Now they get a proper cut tail...'
Coker does not rule out move to ILP
FORMER Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) member and chairman Lionel Coker
THE celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr today instead of yesterday by some local Muslims has made Trinidad and Tobago the "laughing stock" of the world.
Couva Hospital on quake zone
Construction of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's prized $1.5 billion Couva Children's Hospital is in jeopardy as seismic and structural experts have called for all work there to be aborted.
Ministers show faith in PM's leadership
A number of proposals are being considered including giving Stacy Roopnarine the Ministry of the People portfolio and shifting Glenn Ramadharsingh to the Ministry of Local Government.
UNC/COP MPs stand by coalition
Ford: Lee Sing can't set agenda for PNM
Outgoing Port of Spain Mayor Louis Lee Sing has no moral authority to set any agenda for the People's National Movement, General Secretary Ashton Ford said yesterday.
Business backs campaign finance reform
BUSINESS associations have supported the call by President Anthony Carmona for campaign financing legislative reform.
Williams cautious on crime stats
Moonilal calls urgent meeting
IN THE aftermath of gangsters evicting a tenant from his Housing Development Corporation (HDC) Duncan Street, Port-of-Spain apartment
10,000 to benefit from $M salary adjustments
ABOUT 10,000 monthly paid Regional Health Authorities (RHAs) workers will benefit from salary adjustments costing Government more than $150 million.
$46M to restore Mille Fleur
CABINET yesterday approved $700,000 to undertake immediate emergency work on the crumbling Mille Fleur building
CAPE students to get results online today—Gopeesingh
PM: Racial discrimination still in TT
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday said many in the country are facing racial discrimination on a daily basis.
D-Day for MATT nominations
AG promises to pay accident victim's bill
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan is offering to pay the bill for Premnath "Leggins" Rampaul's treatment at the private hospital, Gulf View Medical Centre, La Romaine
Woman charged with raping teen
State ready to begin...
Burnt remains could be couple
THE burnt remains of two bodies found near the ForresPark landfill in Claxton Bay last Saturday might be those of a man and a woman.
Gunmen kill one, wound two in Laventille
A shooting in Laventille on Wednesday night has left one man dead and two men warded in hospital.
Trini mom and daughter held as Florida cops crack prostitution racket
A Trinidadian woman and her daughter have been arrested in a
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