PSA owes state $14m
Posted: Monday, October 7, 2013
PSA owes state $14m
Long Circular townhouse project puts union in red
Man killed in shootout on Nelson Street
Local Churches: We won't marry gays
Roman Catholic Archbishop Joseph Harris yesterday stated that the Church would not be drawn into any debate on whether it would sanction same sex marriages.
DAY-OLD BABY FOUND DEAD IN PLASTIC BAG
A ONE-DAY-old baby was found wrapped in a black plastic bag in a river at Sangre Chiquito on Saturday.
Deyalsingh gets PNM nod
Senator Terrence Deyalsingh has been chosen as the representative for the People's National Movement (PNM) to contest the upcoming St Joseph Bye-Election.
Don't leave us out
COP appeals to Debates Commission:
Rowley: UNC afraid to run in PoS
... that is why they put the "idiots" from the Congress of the People (COP) to contest those corporations in the upcoming local government elections
Prakash comes under PNM fire
...PNM launches manifesto
Fabien to set new date for campaign launch
Errol Fabien: "I feel I should be a legitimately registered candidate before I launch, though. I am learning this as I go along..."
Lara turns down Sport Ministry
Last-minute approach ahead of reshuffle...
Jack: Govt needs more women in top positions
Independent Liberal Party (ILP) interim political leader Jack Warner yesterday donned his feminist cap
PM's lawyer on Section 34 progress: Probe appears at a standstill
Marlene: PP setting stage for instability
Opposition MP Marlene McDonald says the People's Partnership Government is setting the stage for instability in the country.
Griffith: PNM wasted over $5 billion in security
Rowley: PNM dropped candidate with criminal record
Warner's ILP should follow pattern
Browne, Fuad at odds over swine flu
MP for Diego Martin Central, Dr Amery Browne, says Khan has completely messed up the protocols to deal with such scenarios and should come clean with the people of T&T
Swine Flu vaccines distributed to hospitals
APPROXIMATELY 15,000 Swine Flu vaccines have been already distributed to hospitals and health centres across the nation.
Tobago on swine flu alert
Tobago is ready to deal with any cases of the H1N1, swine flu virus.
Activist still waiting for new San Juan library
...which the PP had promised the community during the election countdown in 2010.
Principals object to curriculum changes
US warns of increased drug trafficking in Caribbean
... more cocaine is being smuggled into the United States after passing through the region.
ITCZ brings rain
Trinidad and Tobago is currently experiencing weather conditions associated with the Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ).
Poachers held with 18 Scarlet Ibises in Felicity
DAYS after government imposed a two-year moratorium on hunting
Permits for parrots
Last train to Rio Claro
August 30, 1965:
AG proposes categories for murder
GOVERNMENT is considering introducing categories of murder as it seeks to strengthen laws which deal with such crimes
Girl beaten at PoS school
The mother of a 15-year-old girl who was reportedly beaten by a group of her classmates on Thursday night
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