'LIKE A THIEF...'
Posted: Saturday, September 7, 2013
'LIKE A THIEF...'
PNM, Warner, Volney vote against Govt on election boundaries changes
Opposition, MPs slam EBC report 'ambush'
PNM, ILP unite against Govt
Police on reshuffle: Jack was the best
...willing to give Gary Griffith a honeymoon period
Gary: No New Plan
PM wants Crime Results Quickly
We're both professionals
DCP Richardson on whether Griffith is now too close to emailgate probe:
I want to speak to all parties
Gary Griffith on crime plan:
ILP on reshuffle - 9 days of mourning, wear something black
...calling on all citizens to wear something black for the next nine days as we mourn the fate of our nation at the hands of the new Cabinet of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
Warner refuses PM's peace pipe
Kamla defends naming George as Justice Minister
"There is no requirement in law for the Justice Minister to be a lawyer, just like there is no requirement for any other minister..."
Tourism stakeholders upset Cadiz gone
Tourism organisations have spoken out against the Prime Minister's decision to change the Tourism Minister for the third time in three years
2 WOMEN KILLED
EVEN as Gary Griffith was taking the oath of office as the country's new National Security Minister, having received a mandate from Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to immediately deal with wanton crime and lawlessness
JEHUE WINS AGAIN
Trinidad and Tobago's reigning World Championships 400 metres hurdles champion Jehue Gordon continued his impressive form with victory in the Brussels Diamond League meet in Belgium today
Six in court charged with $6 million ganja haul
...five defendants also charged with shooting at police
Get out of the way
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday told Government MPs that his party wanted them "out of the way" so that the PNM could take over running the country
Manning gets another leave of absence
Revised property tax coming
"It was indeed simple to develop an 'Axe The Tax campaign' while in Opposition, but quite a different matter when you are part of a government required to find finances to deliver services to the electorate."
Does Govt collect enough taxes?
The Government is leaving billions of tax dollars uncollected because of its failure to establish a unified tax authority
Technology alone not enough for tax administration
Don't cut research budget—Sankat
University of the West Indies (UWI) campus principal Clement Sankat has called on Finance Minister Larry Howai to allocate more money for the field of research in the upcoming budget
Committee wants $12m to develop building code
We're promoting democracy, says Rambachan
Move to introduce proportional representation
Ex-senator joins the PSC
Former Independent Senator Dr James Armstrong has been appointed as a member of the Police Service Commission (PSC).
Ramlogan: Why no police action against protestors?
ATTORNEY GENERAL Anand Ramlogan has bemoaned the decision of Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Mervyn Richardson to not charge any of the Beetham Estate protestors
Former Canadian cop, out on bail, arrested for gun possession again
...charged with the possession of six hand guns and 187 rounds of ammunition.
Suicide in Couva Magistrates' Court
...prisoner hangs self after being sentenced to 12 months in prison
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