TIME FOR ACTION
Posted: Friday, September 6, 2013
TIME FOR ACTION
GARY GRIFFITH, 48, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's national security adviser, was yesterday announced as the new Minister of National Security in the reshuffled Cabinet.
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PM picks Gary Griffith as new Minister of National Security in third Cabinet reshuffle
Kamla: No one will escape scrutiny
The Prime Minister yesterday promised that no one in her Government would escape scrutiny.
PM offers olive branch to all
Hadeed: Trust me
Promises to always speak the truth; admits the People's Partnership Government has "not been communicating with the people as well as it should."
Moore thanks PM for opportunity
After having her appointment as Minister of Justice revoked yesterday, Tobago-born Christlyn Moore thanked Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar for having given her the opportunity to serve the country.
Jack: Victory for the 'cabal'
Former government minister Jack Warner said the Prime Minister's latest Cabinet reshuffle was a victory for the "cabal".
No reason for changes, says analyst
The Prime Minister's third Cabinet reshuffle gives the country the impression the Government is not stable, says political analyst Dr Winford James.
Rowley: Government falling apart
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday said the Cabinet reshuffle shows the Government has collapsed, and must be replaced at the next general election.
Gopee-Scoon: Syrian conflict can impact on Caribbean
Former Foreign Affairs Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon says the worsening Syrian crisis can impact negatively on members of the local Syrian and Lebanese community
EBC will work out aldermen
The Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) will use a mathematical formula to work out the appointment of aldermen—and control of corporations—under the proportional representation legislation
COP to fight 7 corporations on its own
Local government elections
NP CEO: Remove subsidies on fuel
CEO of state-owned National Petroleum (NP) issued a 1,456-word statement supporting calls for the removal of fuel subsidies
AG proposes no bail for repeat offenders
Howai wants new role for CEPEP
To fill labour shortage in certain sectors
Primary principals: Tim using us as scapegoats
Gopeesingh said the many problems schools faced with the reopening of the new term were a result of principals' failure to notify the Ministry of Education (MoE) early about the repairs needed
Gopeesingh: School maintenance inherited
Doc delivers second triplets in 10 years
No complications for Iere Village mom
SUV flips: Ramesar, wife in hospital
Police Social and Welfare Association president Ag Insp Anand Ramesar suffered serious injuries when his car overturned along the Solomon Hochoy Highway yesterday.
T&T needs ICT opportunities
Information and communications technology (ICT) can play an important role in Trinidad and Tobago's diversification
George warns Beetham rioters
...don't let it happen again
Charge the driver
DESIREE Waddell yesterday called on the police to arrest and charge the man who drove the car which slammed into a bridge, killing her twin daughers Khadijah and Khertima Taylor on June 9
3 more murders
BLOOD continues to flow unabated in this country with three more murders being committed this week
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