Posted: Monday, September 16, 2013
Questions raised over State company's hiring practices
Appeal Court Too Slow
With the 2013/2014 law term set to open this morning, concerns have been raised in some legal quarters over the Court of Appeal's delay in handing down judgments
Archie to lay out judiciary plans
What PR system means to T&T
KILLERS FOR HIRE
THE HEAD of a private security company has claimed that local crime bosses are hiring contract killers from countries in the region to commit gruesome murders
Met Office: More rains this week
DIEGO MARTIN residents still reeling from torrential rains and consequent devastating floods last Friday
Brace for more showers today
Mohammed: Floods could have been worse
Corporation chairman Nafeesa Mohammed:
Diego Martin residents complain: Assistance too slow, disorganised
PNM hopefuls for Sando Corp presented
The nine People's National Movement (PNM) candidates vying to become councillors in the San Fernando City Corporation
Warner to name candidates soon
THE Independent Liberal Party's (ILP) candidates for the local government elections will be announced in two weeks' time
Rambachan: People want the PP
THE people of Trinidad and Tobago still support the People's Partnership Government and this will be reflected in the results of the Local Government Elections on October 21
Land Tax at 2010 rates
FINANCE Minister Larry Howai aims to have Land and Building Tax that charges individuals the same sums they were paying up to 2010
T&T needs commuter railway system
Rowley's response to Howai's $61b budget…
Removing VAT from food ill-advised
PEOPLE'S National Movement Leader Dr Keith Rowley started debate on the 2013/2014 Budget in the House of Representatives last week Friday by delivering the Opposition Leader's Response...
PNM MP: Ministry paid $180,000 for funeral
THE Sports Ministry, according to an Opposition MP, improperly gave a grant of $180,000 to pay for a funeral.
T&T's history in photos
From 19th century to 1962...
Vindra case top priority as law term opens
THE trial into the murder of business woman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman is expected to begin this week at the Hall of Justice in Port of Spain.
More trouble for Canadian company
Hired to build Penal Hospital...
Jewelry recovered, thieves arrested
QUICK response by Central Division Police resulted in the recovery of over a quarter of a million dollars in stolen jewelry and the arrest of two thieves.
D'Abadie murder makes it six for the weekend
He was in wrong place at wrong time
AFTER a night out liming with his mother and sister...
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