10,000 acres Guyana land for TT farmers
Posted: Sunday, September 8, 2013
10,000 acres Guyana land for TT farmers
FINANCE Minister Larry Howai is tomorrow poised to announce in the Budget presentation that 10,000 acres of land in Guyana
AG warns reporter over family visits
Property tax coming back
The good news is the population will not have to face a sudden increase in fuel prices when the national budget statement is read tomorrow ...
Local Govt Bill passed
$400m from Health goes back to Consolidated Fund
Last year, health received the third-largest allocation in the national budget.
Howai: Budget to develop long term economic objectives
Budget expectations 'Govt must account to the people'
No $$ in budget for 'The next Ariapita Avenue'
...TDC orders animator to pull video off the Internet
Are we getting value from our oil and gas industry?
THA to focus on opportunities, not just $$
...in tomorrow's national budget presentation
'PP facing midterm unpopularity'
AATT contracts above board, says ex-deputy chairman
Should two contracts awarded under former deputy chairman of the Airports Authority of T&T (AATT) Kurt Ajodha be canceled
Vote passed to introduce 'PR'
The Corporations (Amendment) Bill seeks to introduce a system of proportional representation (PR) in the selection of aldermen for Local Government bodies
Opposition blanks Government
...as bill on proportional representation passed in Lower House
'...Hare-brained scheme from a bazodee govt'
Proportional representation only became a Government priority after the "greenwash" in Chaguanas West, Diego Martin Central MP Amery Browne said last Friday.
Electoral reform: plan or ploy?
Weighing the benefits of Govt's system of proportional representation...
Brown - Women should represent half of aldermen
Women should represent half of the 56 aldermen now being proposed for Local Government bodies
For three years, no query on EBC report
Three years after the last local government election, no report from the EBC was tabled in the chamber in relation to the upcoming October 21 poll
Rowley rejects PM's call for national unity
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley has rejected the Prime Minister's olive branch for a united approach to building a nation.
Opposition warned about 'fish market' behaviour
Deputy Speaker of the House Nela Khan was forced to warn Members of Parliament about their "fish market" behaviour during last Friday night's debate of the Municipal Corporations (Amendment) Bill 2013.
Volney: Speaker can't move me
St Joseph MP Herbert Volney is maintaining that Speaker Wade Mark cannot "unseat" him in Parliament at tomorrow's first sitting of the House
Mixed feelings about Volney for St Joseph
Griffith visits Ramesar at hospital, discusses crime matters
Minister of National Security Garry Griffith yesterday paid a special visit to the San Fernando General Hospital to check on TT Police Service Social and Welfare Association President
Parents of triplets want help with HDC housing
IN the next few days, Trinidad and Tobago's latest triplets are expected to be discharged from the San Fernando General Hospital
Sai Baba doctors to take over from Caribbean Heart Care
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan is moving to bring in Sai Baba doctors from the USA to perform cardiac surgeries at public hospitals
Muradali: Sando Corp taking care of Manning's constituents
For the past 18 months citizens who elected former prime minister Patrick Manning as their MP have been without parliamentary representation...
Mother: I want a probe
Man found hanging in cell...
Preserving Amerindian heritage
The Santa Rosa First Peoples Community, formerly known as the Santa Rosa Carib Community, continues to promote and support the recovery and preservation of its Amerindian heritage
Doctor fails breathalyser: arrested
A MEDICAL doctor operating out of south Trinidad was among 15 people arrested by police after failing a breathalyser exercise yesterday.
Williams: Criminal charges for rogue cops
Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams yesterday sent down a stern warning to rogue cops
Couple injured in robbery
A man and a woman, both of Sangre Grande, were injured in a robbery early yesterday morning, and are now warded at the Sangre Grande Hospital in stable condition.
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