Gay marriage on the rise
Posted: Sunday, October 6, 2013
Gay marriage on the rise
Two Trinidadian gay men recently married each other in the United States where such marriages are legal.
Mystery at National Quarries over how $2m order for excavator ended up with a tractor in the bag
'Stop Orange Grove aquatic centre'
...historian calls for archaeological probe
Chinese firm picked for T&T project faces Corruption Probe
China Railway Construction Caribbean Company... named as one of five Chinese enterprises ordered to investigate shoddy work in the construction of railway projects
Roadblock for AATT
...University: Birju's permission needed for investigation
Staff query OSHA director's hiring
...complaints of high-handed approach and a lack of qualifications
Ramesh: It has collapsed
$20m annually for Witness Protection Programme
PM: Partial scope agreement option to high food prices
Trinidad and Tobago stands to benefit from close to 250 products and commodities from Panama with this country's signing of the Partial Scope Trade Agreement
Stay home if you have the flu
ANY student exhibiting flu-like symptoms are warned to stay away from classes tomorrow in light of the three confirmed cases of swine flu
Govt vehicles 'break' red light
OFFICIAL Government vehicles were among 120 vehicles which "break the light" (cross an intersection when the light is on red) on weekdays at the intersection by the International Waterfront Centre
Al-Rawi wants probe of National Quarries US$317,000 excavator
People's National Movement (PNM) Senator Faris Al-Rawi has raised questions about the purchase of a US$317,000 excavator by National Quarries Company Ltd
PM dismisses allegations made by Jack on platforms
Rowley blames Gary Griffith for OPV fiasco
Crime and emailgate took centre stage on the People's National Movement (PNM) platform in Arima on Friday night
Rowley: PM held hostage by club in Cabinet
Political leader of the People's National Movement (PNM) Dr Keith Rowley says Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar is being held hostage by a club within her Cabinet that has secrets on her.
Prime Minister to reveal evidence of ILP, PNM collusion tomorrow
Warner sets sights on winning general elections
Warner's general election promise- $20 an hour if ILP wins
... and no contract employment in the Public Service under an ILP-led government.
Jack: Senators control budget
Undecideds rule in Tunapuna
It's often been said if a political party wins the Tunapuna seat in an election, that party will more than likely win the overall poll.
PM: UNC has no candidate yet
Battle on for St Joseph seat...
Alleyne, Lalla fall out over St Joseph seat
The race for the coveted St Joseph constituency has caused two friends to fall out, sources have told the Sunday Express.
Ramadhar wades into Jack over firetruck issue
Ag CoP: No need to amend law on police promotions
ACTING Commissioner of Police, Stephen Williams:
T&T's best negotiators worked on Loran-Manatee
The agreement signed between T&T's Energy Minister Kevin Ramnarine and Venezuela's petroleum minister and PDVSA president Rafael Ramirez on September 11
Disgraceful scenario for Haitians
Urgent focus required from Caricom and UN
Affordable health care should be every govt's goal
The politics of health successfully managed to shut down the United States federal government this week.
Doing the maths for election of aldermen
Singh: Water for all in Tobago by 2014
Senator Ganga Singh, Minister of the Environment and Water Resources, has dubbed himself as a warrior for the environment and the country's wildlife.
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