RUSH FOR VACCINES
Posted: Saturday, October 5, 2013
RUSH FOR VACCINES
...but none available at some health centres; Khan assures orders placed for more
Suspected new case in Sando
Swine flu panic spreads across T&T…
Sando patients get screened in tent
'Probe death of relative'
...had same symptoms
ULRIC CROSS DIES
DECORATED war veteran, legal luminary, distinguished diplomat and national icon, retired Justice Philip Louis Ulric Cross is dead.
TT gets vaccines for swine flu virus
Glenn's sister-in-law dies; dengue suspected
The sister-in-law of Minister of the People Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh has died from suspected dengue.
Warner: Clear your name first, Kamla
EBC: Trio broke no rules
NACTA poll on local government elections: PNM, ILP in tight battle for Diego, PoS
Carson Charles keeps election options open
Despite claims by Independent Liberal Party (ILP) leader Jack Warner that Carson Charles is the People's Partnership (PP) choice for the November 4 St Joseph by-election
Rowley: Check all resumes
ILP candidate was jailed in US
Acting PM to follow up on Hazel's sex claims
Acting Prime Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal says he intends to look into allegations that female local government candidates were being asked for sexual favours in return for financial contributions to their campaigns
Cadiz to 'fix' Licensing issues
WITHIN the next year, Transport Minister Stephen Cadiz says he wants to "fix" some of the major issues faced in agencies within his ministry
US blanks Caribbean Airlines…
The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) has blanked Caribbean Airlines in its request to fly non-stop from Georgetown to New York.
Muslim group: Remove Hajj licence system
Relative of murdered Venezuelan found
A MAN, believed to be the brother of murdered Venezuelan Gladys Otize has made contact with officials of the Venezuelan Embassy
New system to be tested in Bamboo
Local engineer comes up with device to beat flooding...
All but one of Myrie's claims shot down
Jamaican national Shanique Myrie, 25, was awarded a total of Bds$77,240 (TT$232,000) of the Bds$1 million (TT$3.2 million) she had initially sought.
CCJ calls for change in immigration laws
Jamaican woman refused entry into Barbados
T&T, Colombia in security talks
Women from South America are lured into T&T and kept in "houses" as virtual slaves throughout T&T.
Wild, wild east
ARIMA ...five persons being murdered within the past three days
DPP to prosecute 70 women
Soliciting case continues...
Duncan Street Police Post to cost $2m
THE Duncan Street Police Post, which would be partly powered by solar energy, is expected to be completed within the next two weeks, at a cost of $2 million.
Duncan Street police post contractor: I'm no gang leader
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