Posted: Friday, August 30, 2013
• Chaconia Gold • Mid-sized HDC house • $800,000 • Free travel on CAL • Annual UWI bursary • UWI track in his name
Jehue to receive Chaconia Medal, a house, $.8m for winning Worlds 400m hurdles race
$800,000, house for Jehue
700 invited to highway opening
AFTER years of promises, protests, and consultation, the first phase of Solomon Hochoy Highway extension to Point Fortin will officially be ready for use tomorrow.
Ramesh: Partnership breaking contract
Panel discusses dealings with Highway Re-Route Movement
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday unveiled ground-breaking reform designed to bolster the power of voters in relation to the system of local government
Kamla: I'm not a coward
Local govt elections set for October 21
Rowley warns against 'false messiahs'
Opposition Leader: No room for dishonesty and corruption in Public Service
Ramlogan insists soldiers must help police fight gangs
'We need more force'
Top soldier backs Govt, Opposition crime talks
Another 16-year-old murdered
Hart to speak at UN forum in Colombia
Chair of the Trinidad and Tobago Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (TTEITI) Steering Committee Victor Hart will attend the first Regional Forum on Business and Human Rights for Latin America and the Caribbean
First Impact on Governance Conference
This country's first Impact on Governance Conference is being hosted by Lifesupport Caribbean at the Central Bank Auditorium on September 18, in Port of Spain
CJ Archie receives nation's top award
Chief Justice Ivor Archie on Wednesday received The Order of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago—the nation's top award from President Anthony Carmona.
Integrity body clears Monteil in HDC case
Former director at the Housing Development Corporation Andre Monteil has been cleared by the Integrity Commission in a complaint filed by former chairman of the Congress of the People Roy Augustus
Khan: Help lift health care standard
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan says the success of the health sector "is only as good as the people in it".
Private prober best for SFGH
Fuad: Hospitals lose equipment too often so...
Ultrasound machine to be replaced
Tim buys 3,300 extra laptops for St Lucia
A total of 3,300 of the 21,500 Lenovo Thinkpad laptops bought by the People's Partnership Government, at a cost of $58 million, will be shipped to St Lucia
'Education our passport to the future'
Student volunteers between the ages 14 to 18 gained first-hand experience in the health sector by conducting non-specialised duties in various health institutions
List of cultural and heritage sites published
THE NATIONAL Trust yesterday published a list of cultural and heritage sites for which it will now have powers and functions
Doubles, food outlets shut down
Persons purchasing food in San Fernando will soon be able to tell when the premises had been inspected by the Public Health Department.
Police find missing mom, baby
MISSING Santa Flora mother Johvanna Jeremiah and her baby, Christiana, were found by police in Sangre Grande yesterday.
Woman charged with rape: accuser, lawyers absent
THE preliminary enquiry into two charges that a woman raped a 17-year-old boy did not begin at San Fernando Magistrates' Court yesterday as planned.
Lucky seeks more teeth for PCA investigators
The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has forwarded recommendations to Attorney General Anand Ramlogan for amendments to the Police Complaints Authority Act
Driver to pay $5,000 fine for fake permit
CARTER SKINNER yesterday admitted to the court he paid $500 at the Licensing Department to get his driver's permit.
Jamaican woman jailed for tampering with passport
JAMAICAN national, Briana Wright, was yesterday sentenced to nine months in jail by a San Fernando magistrate
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