HIGH TIME PT 3
Posted: Saturday, September 21, 2013
HIGH TIME PT 3
It's not about the glorification of rebel behaviour neither is it merely about getting high.
STOP SCREAMING OR I'LL KILL YOU
THE Pixie Lakhan murder trial took an unusual turn yesterday... woman testified that in 2005, Paul Vincent had attacked and threatened to sexually assault her in Siparia
'It is a sad day when the permanent secretary of any ministry is sent on suspension'
COP wants all of Tunapuna Corporation
COP chairman Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan says her party is "moving ahead" with preparations to contest all seats in the Tunapuna-Piarco Regional Corporation (TPRC)
Khadijah to contest for Tunapuna
Acting United National Congress (UNC)chairman Khadijah Ameen, and incumbent chairman of the Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation...
Rowley vows to keep Point
Dr Keith Rowley, confidently predicted, despite changes in electoral boundaries, People's Partnership Administration would never gain control of the Point Fortin Borough Corporation.
Ganga: I'm still COP
...even though he has been designated by United National Congress (UNC) leader and Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to act as "caretaker" of the St Joseph seat last held by the UNC.
Explain failed crime plans
Deyalsingh to Griffith:
Subhas: 'Caught like a manicou'
The corruption scandal involving Canadian conglomerate SNC-Lavalin is now giving Housing Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal sleepless nights...
Senator: He was not qualified for job
Resignation of former acting general manager Birju
University can't find any record of graduation
Former acting airport general manager Dayanand Birju claims to have a certificate from the United States' University of Massachusetts in Boston
Government going ahead with new PSC picks
Bharath: Port to get $25m scanner by Christmas
Trade, Industry and Investments Minister Vasant Bharath says by December this year the Port Authority will have the capacity to scan some 200 containers per hour
Duke sends warning after Paysheet Department walkout
It is not certain that teachers and other Ministry of Education employees will get their salaries on time this month, following a walk-out at the Ministry's Paysheets and Finance and Accounting departments
Highway injunction to be heard October 18
The High Court will next month hear an application by members of the Highway Re-route Movement to stop work on the disputed Debe to Mon Desir segment of the Solomon Hochoy Highway extension.
High Court rules against Re-Routers
High Court Judge James Aboud ruled not to grant a conservatory order effectively halting works.
Minister: Help desk on Promenade on Monday
Accessing Govt's social programmes...
Desist from cyber-bullying
President Anthony Carmona has urged university students to desist from cyber-bullying by using social media on the internet to harass or degrade persons with whom they have a dispute
Private cars get extra month on PBR
Govt secondary schools continue to lag
...behind in the list of scholarship winners, with denominational schools taking the lion's share of scholarships.
Man commits suicide after stabbing teen
19-year-old daughter Lystra Bridgelal survives being stabbed in the chest by 55-year Morris Toppin on Thursday evening
Public confidence eroded says police association
Collapse of State's case...
Officers nab man with assault rifles
Top cop worried over thriving gun import ring
Trini woman shot dead in New York
A Trinidadian woman who migrated to New York to escape an abusive relationship was shot dead by her estranged lover in the West Indian community in Brooklyn.
Target Daniel's relative
Lawyer on plan to charge cop again:
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